Overhaul, the supply chain technology company, is to create 50 new jobs in Dundalk by 2023 as part of a major expansion into global markets, the company announced today.
The Texas-based business revealed the plans on Tuesday as part of a wider announcement that included a $17.5 million investment, led by growth equity investor Edison Partners. Overhaul already has an existing facility in Dundalk, which acts as its European headquarters.
The company plans to hire as many as 50 new technology-focused team members in Dundalk over the next three years.
The investment announced today, which also included participation from Overhaul’s existing investors Abbey International Finance Group, will bolster their product offerings, as well as grow their teams across Europe and in particular in Dundalk – where the 50 jobs will be created.
Barry Conlon, a former member of the Irish Defence Forces and the Irish Special Operations Unit, is Overhaul’s CEO and founder. He moved from Ireland to Texas, before becoming a US citizen in 2011.
“Ireland is a natural choice for our expansion into Europe due to its focus on manufacturing within the healthcare and consumer electronics industries, and we are looking forward to joining and contributing to a strong local innovation ecosystem,” Conlon said.
“We are looking forward to embracing the talent pool in Ireland and offering exciting career paths to support the growth of the next generation of innovators,” David Broe, Overhaul’s Chief Financial Officer said. The company expect their revenue to double in 2020 and 2021.
Overhaul leverages visibility to detect and automatically correct noncompliance within supply chains and has grown to be a trusted provider of integrity solutions for pharmaceutical, high-tech and food industry Fortune 100s moving freight globally.
Among the roles already advertised for their Dundalk facility include Product Manager, DevOps Engineer and Mobile Technical Lead. Other roles including UX/UI Designers, Program Managers, Architects, QA, and Data Scientists are also set to be created in Dundalk.