03/02/2012

County Armagh Haulage Firm Shuts

Noel Zwecker International Transport, based on the outskirts of Armagh, has closed.

More than 50 jobs have gone as a result.

The family-run haulage firm blamed increased fuel costs and the economic downturn.

It was founded in 1970 by Noel Zwecker to service both the National and International Transport and Haulage Industry, transporting all manner of perishable goods throughout Ireland, the United Kingdom (UK) and Europe.

(GK/DW)

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