10/10/2018

Fleming Agri Products To Create Over 30 New Jobs

Fleming Agri Products in L'Derry has announced it is making a £4million investment and creating 34 new jobs in the North West.

Making the announcement, George Fleming, Chairman of Fleming Agri-Products said:"This £4million investment will help us to meet our strategic growth plans and boost sales in external markets.

"Over the past few years, we have developed new products which have helped to significantly improve our sales performance. With this new investment and the addition of 34 new staff, we hope to break into new markets, including the US and expand our existing sales in Europe.
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"Our main goal is to increase sales in external markets and put in place the necessary resources and infrastructure to enable us to service the increased demand for our products. This investment is a major commitment to the North West region and to our existing staff to help us build long-term sustainability and we look forward to welcoming new people on board to help us drive the future of our business."

Invest NI has offered the company £220,000 of support towards the new roles which include Production Operatives, Sales Executives and Managers. The 34 staff will be in place by 2020, with 15 of the roles already in place.

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