Huhtamaki (Lurgan) Limited
About Huhtamaki (Lurgan) Limited:
Huhtamaki Lurgan Limited is a world leading manufacturer of quality, consumer-friendly packaging to a portfolio of globally renowned brands such as McDonald’s, Tesco, M&S and Nobel Foods.
Headquartered in Espoo, Finland, Huhtamaki Lurgan Limited consists of 61 manufacturing units located across six continents, with over 14,000 experienced members of staff specialising in engineering, production, transport management, marketing and customer service.
Operating within the Group’s moulded fibre segment, Huhtamaki Lurgan Ltd is the sole producer of egg cartons and coffee cup carriers to the UK and Ireland.
As a global packaging giant, Huhtamaki has some of the most specialised international expertise in the packaging and manufacturing sector.
By utilising the latest technology to create innovative solutions that meet the ever changing demands of customers and always exceed their expectations, Huhtamaki Lurgan Ltd. is an extremely exciting challenge for any graduate or prospective employee.
With a range of company benefits such as the option for cross continent travel, paid sick and annual leave, bonus scheme, childcare vouchers, a defined contribution pension scheme, staff health and wellbeing days and an employee assistance programme, every employee is truly valued at Huhtamaki and a priority is placed on the professional development of each individual.
Currently employing over 200 at the Lurgan plant, located in Dollingstown, Huhtamaki Lurgan Limited seeks to share its expertise spanning more than 80 years with likeminded individuals who are passionate about manufacturing and eager to further their careers.
Huhtamaki personnel strive to develop the company, and its products, even further on both a local and international scale.
For potential employees, Huhtamaki Lurgan Limited really is the ‘golden egg’ of the Northern Ireland manufacturing industry and presents unrivalled opportunities for progression through Huhtamaki Lurgan Limited and through its global network of manufacturing units.