24/03/2015

Dunbia To Create Over 200 New Jobs In Dungannon

Dunbia Northern Ireland is to create over 200 new jobs in Dungannon, County Tyrone over the next three years.

Dunbia NI’s Dungannon facility employs almost 1,000 people in the procurement, slaughter and de-boning of cattle and sheep, as well as wholesale distribution and retail packing of beef and lamb.
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A £27m capital investment by the company will create an intelligent boning hall and upgrade production lines to increase output and support export growth.

Dunbia NI is part of the Dunbia Group which employs around 4,000 people over 13 sites.



Image by Harrison Photography



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