LMC Group set to create 200 Jobs in Tipperary
LMC Group is delighted to announce that its Modular Manufacturing Division is to take over the former Procter & Gamble factory in Nenagh in County Tipperary and plans to expand its workforce by more than 200 people.
We currently employ more than 100 people at our facility in Birdhill in Tipperary, but demand for our products has meant that we will expand our workforce over the next three years.
We plan to move from building modular rooms to full turn-key housing solutions over the next 12 months in our new Nenagh facility.
Tipperary Labour TD Alan Kelly welcomed the good news for the local economy and said that the company had been planning to expand in Limerick, but had been convinced to instead invest in the new site in Nenagh.
Martin Lydon of LMC said: “It is a testament to the versatility and hard work of our current staff that we have decided to expand locally - the goodwill of the local Tipperary people combined with the support of Tipperary County Council, the planning office and the recent engagement of Enterprise Ireland have all combined to make the expansion to Nenagh the perfect fit for LMC.”
Stephen McConnell of LMC Group added: “The Infrastructure in Nenagh combined with its long successful history in manufacturing and access through the M7 to the national motorway system makes Nenagh the perfect location for LMC.”
Photograph: LMC Group's Martin Lydon and Stephen McConnell with Deputy Alan Kelly at the new facility in Nenagh.