Kellogg's is reportedly planning to move its European HQ from Airside Business Park in Swords to Dublin Central Airport.
The US multinational food company is to relocate its 220 Irish and European office staff to Three Dublin Airport Central, where the six-storey block will be located close to Terminal 2, reports the Irish Times.
Kellogg's will reportedly take 3,600sq m (38,750sq ft) of the 8,500sq m (91,494sq ft) in the first block at a rent of €363 per square metre (€33.75/sq ft). Car parking spaces will cost an additional €1,750 per space.
Speaking with the Irish Times, Dalton Philips, chief executive, DAA said, “Ireland is well recognised as a world-class location for business and Dublin Airport Central can accommodate the requirements of major multinationals such as Kellogg and also Irish firms seeking a modern, flexible location with unmatched connectivity.”
Record-Breaking Passager Numbers
Recent research conducted earlier this showed that 29.6 million passengers travelled through Dublin Airport last year.
A significant increase in long-haul traffic, and a robust performance from continental European routes, were the main elements of a 6% increase in passenger numbers in 2017, which was the seventh consecutive year of growth at Dublin Airport.
About 27.8 million passengers started or ended their journey at Dublin last year, while a further 1.8 million passengers used Dublin Airport as a hub.
Dublin Airport has flights to 191 destinations in 42 countries operated by 47 airlines and is now the 11th largest airport within the European Union.
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