Acheson & Glover Precast Ltd Enters Into Administration

Over 100 jobs are at risk at Acheson & Glover Precast Limited after the firm has been placed into administration.

The building firm currently employs 105 people and 20 of the jobs are in Great Britain with the remainder at Ballygawley in Co Tyrone.
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The Group's other trading company, Acheson & Glover Limited will not be affected.

The firm also said it will do all it can to "minimise the impact".


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