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Ei Electronics temporarily cease manufacturing

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Ei Electronics is to temporarily close for two weeks. Staff were informed on Saturday morning that the company whose headquarters are in the Shannon Industrial Estate would temporarily cease manufacturing until Tuesday April 14th. Over 700 people are employed by the company in Clare where its entire manufacturing operation is carried out. Management have confirmed …

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Acquiring new skills considered important by Shannon workforce

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*Pictured at the Mid-West Regional Skills Forum event held in Ei Electronics, Shannon (sitting l-r): Peter Murphy, Ei Electronics; Helen Downes, Shannon Chamber and Joe Leddin, Mid-West Regional Skills Forum. Standing (l-r): Padraic McElwee, LEO, Clare; Patricia Haugh and Eimear Brophy, Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board; Carmel O’Dwyer, University of Limerick; Veronica Walsh, …

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UN Director General concerned by Shannon’s missing European hub

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*Mr. LI Yong, Director General, UNIDO (centre) pictured during a tour of Shannon Free Zone with (from left): Mr. Shichun Wang, Chief of Cabinet, Office of the Director General; Kevin Thompstone, director, Shannon Chamber; Mr Kai Bethke, director of external relations and Mr. Conan Doyne, external relations expert, UNIDO. Photo: Eamon Ward. Shannon Airport’s struggles …

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Shannon set the example for China’s economic development

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*LI Yong and Michael Guinee. Photograph: Eamon Ward China’s economic development was inspired by the innovation and enterprise witnessed by delegations visiting Shannon, Director General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, LI Yong stated during his visit to Co Clare this week.

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