Jobs saved at Tyrone Crystal

Workers at Tyrone Crystal in Dungannon have won a repreive following the sale of the business.

It is reported that two Northern Ireland businessmen have purchased the company, however their identity has not yet been revealed.

Earlier this month, it was announced that jobs would be lost after the company was forced to shut down one of its glass furnaces.

However management promised to try and salvage the remaining 35 jobs and sell the business as a going concern.


Related Northern Ireland News Stories
Click here for the latest headlines.

14 November 2019
Polish Chef Wins Racial Discrimination Case
A Polish chef who began working in Magherafelt, Co L'Derry three years ago has been awarded £15,000 in a racial discrimination case. Damian Anysz was subjected to racial discrimination and abusive language while working at Sizzlers Restaurant between November 2016 and July 2018, when he eventually resigned over the matter.
04 November 2019
UUP Stand Aside In North Belfast
The Ulster Unionist Party has confirmed it will not put forward a candidate in North Belfast for the upcoming Westminster election. Sunday's announcement followed news that the DUP will stand aside in Fermanagh and South Tyrone and support the UUP's Tom Elliot in an attempt to re-take the seat.
02 July 2015
Over 280 Jobs To Be Created In L'Derry
OneSource Virtual is to create over 280 jobs in L'Derry by 2017. The Texas-based firm is to establish a HR Outsourcing Centre and the 289 jobs include payroll administration, benefits administration and application management services.
13 November 2019
Other News In Brief
UUP's Tom Elliott Opts Against Election Posters In FST Ulster Unionist Party candidate in Fermanagh and South Tyrone Tom Elliott has pledged not to erect any election posters in town centres. Mr Elliott will contest the seat currently held by Sinn Fein's Michelle Gildernew.
10 October 2008
Pork Processing Factory Forced To Close
Stevenson's has announced their food processing plant in Cullybackey is to close. It is understood that up to 100 jobs will be lost. A statement released by the company blamed increased trading costs and adverse business conditions for the factory shut down. The statement said: "The price we pay for pigs has risen by £32.