21/06/2018

Irish Firm To Create Over 120 New Jobs In Belfast

An Irish firm is to create over 120 new jobs in Belfast.

Eirtech Aviation Services headquartered in Shannon Airport has set up a new Composites Repair Centre, Eirtech Aviation Composites Limited, on Queen's Road.

The firm plans to create 124 jobs over the next four years.
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Invest Northern Ireland CEO Alastair Hamilton said: "Northern Ireland is a global leader in aerospace technology and this investment by Eirtech adds a welcome new dynamic to our vibrant aerospace industry.

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