CETRA to grow Limerick operation
Language translation company CETRA is to establish its European Service Centre in Limerick with the support of IDA Ireland.
Up 20 jobs are expected to be created in management, administration, project managers and sales. The company will initially locate in the Limerick Institute of Technology Acceleration Centre.
CETRA offers translation, localisation and interpretation services to the market research, legal and life science industries.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton said: "Today’s announcement is great news for Limerick and for Ireland. This is a high-growth international company which has chosen to locate in Ireland with the creation of jobs due to the graduate output of one of our universities. With the right policies we can replicate this announcement across the country over the coming years. I am determined to achieve the high levels of jobs growth we so badly need, and that is why in January with the Action Plan for Jobs we will start implementing radical reform across the economy to help get people back to work".
President and CEO of CETRA Dr Jiri Stejskal said: "We were attracted to Limerick primarily due to the graduate output of the University of Limerick and the ability to collaborate with the Localisation Research Centre in UL to develop a technology localisation offering. We’re excited about expanding our business into EMEA from our Limerick base."