Ireland has 40 of the top 50 pharmaceutical companies with facilities in the state. Of these global players, seven of the top ten are based in South Dublin County. These companies include Pfizer, Roche, Johnson & Johnson, Merck & Co Inc., Sanofi, AbbVie, and GSK.
Ireland has 53 of the top 100 IT companies with facilities in the state. Of these global players, seven are located in South Dublin County. IT companies located in Dublin include Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, Intel, IBM, Cisco Systems, SAP, and Dell.
Ireland has 48 of the top 100 Financial and Insurance companies with facilities in the state. Forty-two of them are based in the greater Dublin area. As Dublin is not only the capital of Ireland is has become a major international hub for financial institutions. South Dublin County provides a Dublin location with many benefits over the city centre, including less expensive development land and office building availability, reduced traffic congestion, and access to the Airport while only 9K from the city centre.
Financial and insurance companies that have chosen Dublin include Berkshire Hathaway, Ping An Insurance Group, Allianz, AXA, JP Morgan Chase, and Bank of America.
30 of the top 100 global players in the Logistics industry have chosen Ireland for their operations. South Dublin is located on the two major roads in the Dublin Network. The M50 provides access to all areas of Dublin and the primary route to the Airport and Northern Ireland, and the N7, which offers access to over 90% of the country in less than two and a half hours.
With two of the largest Logistics business parks, Greenogue and Mountpark Balldonnel, South Dublin County have solutions to meet all logistic business requirements.
Companies that have chosen the Greater Dublin area include DHL, Blenders, Cardinal Logistics management, and CH Robinson.
South Dublin County has five of the top fifty Global Engineering and Manufacturing Companies in the region. Ireland has over 40 of these international engineering companies.
Nestle, Mitsubishi, Procter & Gamble, Unilever, and Pfizer are among the companies with facilities in South Dublin County.
The greater Dublin area is also home to the top five global medical device companies, including Johnson & Johnson, Abbott Laboratories, Medtronic PLC, Baxter International, Novartis, and AG. These companies are supported by local industries that have grown and adapted to meet this specialist industry’s demand.