What we do.
We design, develop and manufacture assemblies and components that are the essential ingredients in some of the world’s most famous, popular and innovative products.
From automotive components to medical devices to industrial products, you’ll find Mergon-made components are part of the solution that brings ideas that matter to life.
for a sustainable future.
For 40 years, our experience and expertise has been trusted by many of the world’s most successful brands to help them adapt and reinvent. With our global operations we have the capacity to meet today’s most challenging production requirements. And our culture of innovation supported with state-of-the-art technology ensures we’re ready for the challenges of the future.
Because at Mergon, we’re doing more than just making plastic parts; we’re moulding ideas for a sustainable future.
What a journey! From a single plant in Ireland established over 40 years ago, we now have operations in Ireland, UK, South Carolina, Czech Republic, Mexico and China.
Founded in 1981 by Pat Beirne, a plastics engineer, the company has expanded from a handful of machines and employees to a leading international manufacturer employing 1,100 people across the globe.
A word from Pat Beirne, CEO Mergon
We always had ambitions to be a significant company. But it wasn’t just about being big and global and successful; we wanted to do work that was rewarding and meaningful. That drove us to go out into the world and find customers, suppliers and partners who felt the same. We were always drawn to working with the innovative disruptors, wherever they were and whatever it took.
In 1992, at a time when Japanese companies were just starting to come to Europe, we completed a technology transfer with Takagi Seiko. We could see the opportunities, invested in learning their ways, hired people who spoke Japanese, learned about their culture.
We’ve always been open-minded and curious. We were early and enthusiastic adopters of technology and automation. We invested in our own Innovation Centre to challenge conventional approaches to production. Today, we’re at the forefront of digital adoption and acceleration. It’s very natural for us to be restless – constantly changing and trying new things.