12/10/2018

CM Precision Components Opens New Manufacturing Facility

CM Precision Components Ltd in Downpatrick has officially opened its new 16,000 sq ft manufacturing facility at Invest Northern Ireland's Killough Road Industrial Estate.

The advanced engineering firm has invested almost £1million in the construction project, to expand its production capabilities and meet the growing demands of its customers.
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Mr Kieran Cooper, Managing Director of CM Precision said:"This is a milestone achievement for us and we are tremendously proud of our new premises. We aim to build on the momentum gained in our target markets in recent years and are committed to building on the existing strengths of the business to expand our customer base and achieve further success in export markets."

Invest NI offered CM Precision over £240,000 of property assistance towards the construction of its new factory.

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