Teva Ireland moves to new offices in Swords-Dublin

Teva’s commercial team moved into a new site on the outskirts of Dublin today

The new site is conveniently located close to Ireland’s capital city and the seat of the State institutions and partners we speak to as we continue to work with policy makers to increase access to high quality, accessible generic medicines.

Paul Neill, Director Generics said: “Teva is the largest supplier of medicines to Irish pharmacies, and the vast majority of the medicines we supply are generics. 01 Ireland’s use of generics has increased to 58% from 2013 to 2018, largely thanks to the generic substitution introduced by the health service executive in 2013. 02 Now I’m really proud to say that one in seven prescription packs supplied to Irish pharmacies is a Teva pack. 03 We look forward to continuing our work with the HSE and Pharmacy to make better days for patients in Ireland”.

Clodagh Kevans, Director Specialty said: “Teva is a major employer in Ireland with hundreds of highly skilled staff working in our respiratory focused research and development and manufacturing facilities in Waterford, as well as our Baldoyle manufacturing site for the over-the-counter medication Sudocrem®. We’re delighted to be moving to the brand new Digital Office Centre in Swords and I’m sure the team will continue to build on the success of the business over the last decade.”

The new address is

Teva Ireland
Digital Office Centre Swords
Suite 101-103
Balheary Demense
Balheary Road
Co. Dublin

Freephone: 1800-201-700

Original Teva Ref: IE/CPE/19/0006
Date of preparation: April 2019

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Date of preparation: December 2020
Reference: COB-IE-NP-00028

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