110 jobs are expected following the opening of Ricoh’s new headquarters in Co. Dublin, Ireland.
According to independent.ie, the new roles will be technical engineering, software solutions and business development.
Gary Hopwood, General Manager of Ricoh Ireland, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation and Phil Keoghan, CEO of Ricoh UK and Ireland were present at the opening of Ricoh’s €6.5million (US $6.87 million) headquarters in Airside Business Park, Swords.
With 80 people in its staff currently, the Japanese OEM claimed to bring the total workforce in Ireland to 190 by 2019. In addition, Ricoh Ireland also intended to double its revenues there to €32million (US $33.8 million) over the next three years.
Gary Hopwood, general manager of Ricoh Ireland, said: “Today’s announcement underlines Ricoh Ireland’s success in embracing digital transformation and helping our customers to do the same. The new HQ truly is the feather in our cap, showcasing how we have used technology to pioneer the workforce of the future.”
Ricoh started operation in Ireland since 1980.
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