26/02/2015

60 New Jobs In Aerospace Company Expansion

Sixty new jobs are to be created in Deeside, north Wales, by American aerospace company, the Triumph Group.

The company is creating the jobs with a £5m investment in an expansion of its current site, after it won a new contract to supply Airbus with aircraft landing gear components, prompting the development.

It is understood that production is being moved from China to north Wales.

(MH/JP)

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