Phillips Medisize announced as main sponsor of St. Marys GAA Club

Phillips Medisize Sligo, a Molex company, have been announced as main sponsor of St. Marys GAA Club in an agreement which brings together the global medical technology company and the Sligo town based club.

“We are proud to partner with St. Marys GAA Club” said Louis Macken, Site Director at Phillips Medisize, Sligo. “At Phillips Medisize, we are committed to investing in our local community and we share a passion for health and well-being and our local GAA club St. Marys was an ideal partner for us. We look forward to continuing to grow our talented and diverse workforce in Sligo and supporting St. Marys GAA Club all the way as they begin their new season.” According to Gary Molloy, Human Resources Manager “From the very start of our conversations it was clear that St. Marys and Phillips Medisize are aligned in our focus on community, teamwork and health and well-being. Having our site just down the road from Kent Park, was a major factor in our decision to partner with St. Marys, as it gives us a tangible connection and the feel good factor of supporting a local sporting volunteer led organisation.”Niall Phillips

“Phillips Medisize shares our commitment to building links with the local community” said Niall Murray, Chairman of St Marys GAA Club. “We look forward to working with Phillips Medisize and to winning trophies in this new St. Marys jersey, which should prove very popular with our supporters.”

Since acquiring ProTek Medical in 2015, the Finisklin Business Park facility has been a source of innovation for Phillips Medisize customers around the world.

Phillips Medisize is currently hiring in Sligo and Letterkenny for roles including Production, Engineering & Quality, while they have also recently launched an exciting new EU Graduate Engineering Rotation Programme across their sites in , Ireland, Czech Republic, Poland, Finland and Denmark. Visit https://jobs.kochcareers.com/search/jobs/in/country/ireland?cfm4=Phillips-Medisize for full information.

Eamon Luke Phillips