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Northern Ireland’s Almac Gets OK to Build on 5.4-Acre Parcel Near HQ

Northern Ireland drug maker Almac has secured permission for an expansion plan that could see the company create more than 500 jobs during the next five years.

The company, which provides integrated research, development, and manufacturing services to pharmaceutical and biotech companies has acquired a 5.4 acre site adjacent to its Craigavon headquarters, and will “shortly embark on the first phase of development” there, the firm said in a statement.

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