Randox Laboratories, the Northern Ireland-headquartered, clinical diagnostics company, is to create 30 new production jobs at its Donegal subsidiary Randox Teoranta after securing an €8 million deal with a healthcare company in Mexico.

The trade agreement between Randox Teoranta and Central de Diagnostica e Industria, will be signed today at the Palacio Nacional, the headquarters of Mexico’s executive government, and will be witnessed by the Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto and President Michael D Higgins. Randox established its Donegal manufacturing and research facility, which produces the company’s clinical chemistry analysers and biochip technology, in Dungloe in 2008.