Irish firm creates 70 new NI jobs

Published Tuesday, 13 August 2013
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Seventy new jobs are being created by a facilities management business.

Irish firm creates 70 new NI jobs
The move will create 70 new jobs and secure 230 jobs. (© UTV)

Noonan Services, an Irish-owned company which has its local headquarters in Lisburn, will bring its total Northern Ireland workforce to 1,012.

It comes after the firm secured new contracts and invested £500,000 in new equipment.

Group CEO John O'Donoghue said: "Our team has worked exceptionally hard to deliver a first-rate service for clients.

"This investment represents a vote of confidence in them and the Northern Ireland economy".

The company employs more than 7,000 people across Ireland. It said the new positions will be based at locations across Northern Ireland.

The new contracts include an international corporate law firm and a major government department, Noonan Services said.

A further 230 jobs will be secured as part of the move.

© UTV News
Comments Comments
AK in Ireland wrote (495 days ago):
Great news
Acknow in Philadelphia PA wrote (495 days ago):
Thank you.
Dorothy in Kansas wrote (496 days ago):
Where are the usual suspects who moan that UTV shouldn't be reporting on any Irish business?
Vinny EIRE32 in Finglas Dublin wrote (496 days ago):
Lets see whos the first to complain about this good news for the north of Ireland!!!
John in Belfast wrote (496 days ago):
Great news for us. Ireland economy is on the up again. One of the few in Europe.
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