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£3m investment creates 51 new jobs for Causeway Coast and Glens

Published 20/01/2016

Pictured, (front) Michelle Knight-McQuillan, Mayor and Enterprise Trade & Investment Minister, Jonathan Bell. (Back row left to right) Karen Fryer, Seating Matters, Michael Devine, Annies Traditional Food Ltd, Stephen OÕHara, RCDS, Philip Smyth, P&L Electricals Ltd, Hugh OÕBoyle, Carnroe Supplies Ltd and Alan Barr, Limavady Roller Doors Ltd.
Photo by William Cherry/PressEye
Pictured, (front) Michelle Knight-McQuillan, Mayor and Enterprise Trade & Investment Minister, Jonathan Bell. (Back row left to right) Karen Fryer, Seating Matters, Michael Devine, Annies Traditional Food Ltd, Stephen OÕHara, RCDS, Philip Smyth, P&L Electricals Ltd, Hugh OÕBoyle, Carnroe Supplies Ltd and Alan Barr, Limavady Roller Doors Ltd. Photo by William Cherry/PressEye

More than 50 new jobs have been created by a £3million investment in Causeway Coast and Glens based businesses.

P & L Electrics Limited, Reinforced Concrete Detailing Services,  Carnroe Supplies Ltd, Limavady Roller Doors Ltd, Seating Matters,   Worldwide IPGenie and Annie's Traditional Food Ltd have each worked with Invest Northern Ireland to grow their businesses and create new employment opportunities.

Announcing the major investment Enterprise Minister Minister Jonathan Bell said: “This substantial investment of £3million across seven local businesses is testament to the commitment and drive of these companies to prosper and grow and will enhance their overall competitiveness in an ever challenging marketplace.

“The 51 new jobs, across a range of roles and industries, will contribute over £1million annually in additional salaries to the local economy.

“One of my Department’s core priorities is to help local businesses develop and flourish and to create the conditions that will allow businesses in all sectors to achieve targeted growth. Creating jobs and growing a prosperous, thriving economy to benefit the whole of Northern Ireland is at the heart of this work.

“With Invest NI support, these businesses will drive exports and deliver excellent benefits not only to the local area but to the wider Northern Ireland economy.

“My Department and Invest NI will continue to work with local stakeholders, businesses and the Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council to encourage further growth within this region.”

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