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Mar 14, 2017
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Coty to close plant in Ireland, putting 250 jobs at risk

Published
Mar 14, 2017

Leading beauty company Coty is planning to shutter a former P&G plant in Nenagh, Ireland, only months after taking over the facility.


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The multinational company assumed control at the plant, which manufactures Max Factor products, in October last year following the merger with Procter & Gamble’s Speciality Beauty Business. The deal made Coty into the third-largest beauty company in the world, with approximately $9 billion in revenue. 

The Nenagh plant is expected to be wound down over the next 12-18 months, with operations transferring to another plant in Ashford, Kent.  

Procter & Gamble opened the plant in Nenagh in the early 1980s and it employed 650 people at its peak. The factory  currently has 250 employees.

Coty is behind well-known beauty and make-up brands including Covergirl, Max Factor, Rimmel, Sally Hansen and Wella.

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