26/04/2019

Seagate Creates 25 New Jobs With £57m L'Derry Investment

Seagate Technology has announced plans for an investment of £57.4 million in its L'Derry factory.

Supported by £10 million of Research and Development funds from Invest NI, the development at the Springtown plant will see the creation of 25 new highly skilled jobs, furthering the firm's world-class technology and innovation.
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The data solution company's L'Derry operation currently employs over 1400 people in a variety of roles.

A statement from the Northern Ireland Office said the Secretary of State, Karen Bradley, was "delighted to hear the positive news".



(JG)

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