Creagh Concrete To Create 80 New Jobs

NI manufacturing firm Creagh Concrete is to create 80 new jobs as part of expansion plans.

The Toomebridge-based company will create 50 new jobs in Northern Ireland and 30 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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The firm has secured a £27 million contract to supply ISO concrete containers for use in the decommissioning of the Dounreay Nuclear Power Station in Scotland.

The contract will run until 2023.

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