28/02/2006

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.

(EF/SP)

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