18/02/2015

200 New Jobs Created By Engineering Firm

Two hundred new jobs are to be created as part of a £2 million investment by engineering firm, Universal Engineering in Rhondda Cynon Taf.

The company, which makes components for the off-shore oil and gas, car, defence and aerospace industries, is setting up a centre of excellence in Llantrisant.

Welsh Economy Minister Edwina Hart announced the investment during a visit to the company.

(MH/CD)

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