28/07/2005

Armagh firm to create 20 new jobs

Armagh based company ADL Group has announced the creation of 20 new jobs at their recently established sister company ADL Stoneworks.

ADL Group is one of Northern Ireland’s leading tile and marble suppliers to both the retail and contract markets. It said ADL Stoneworks had been established in response to customer demand for affordable high quality bespoke items.

Over £350,000 has been invested in a state of the art 25,000 sq ft factory to set up ADL Stoneworks Ltd which will manufacture a wide range of marble products such as vanity units, staircases, kitchen worktops, window sills and skirting. Distinctive mosaic tiles will also be designed and cut to order.

ADL owner Adrian Donnelly said: “This is a new and exciting venture for us, but one that has been created following extensive research.

"The vast knowledge and experience we have gathered over the years in marble and natural stone products will give us a real advantage in this sector as we build up our client base and make this new company a success."

Marshes Shopping Centre in Dundalk, a project worth €1.2 million, and Beacon Court Complex, Dundrum, which includes 150 marble vanitytops, skirtings, mosaic marble and a staircase.

(MB/SP)

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