Forty News Jobs At Steel Plant

Forty new jobs are to be created by steel firm AIC Steel in Newport.

The firm will be seeking engineers, project managers, surveyors and steel fabricators for its factory in Lliswerry.

The company hopes to fill the jobs by December.

It added that it is seeking a £20m turnover by next year and plans to create more jobs and start an apprenticeship scheme in 2015.


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