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Terex's £12m Campsie manufacturing hub opens

From left: Kieran Hegarty and Tony Devlin with new recruits Elisha Gallagher, Damian Liddy and John Tyre
From left: Kieran Hegarty and Tony Devlin with new recruits Elisha Gallagher, Damian Liddy and John Tyre

By Staff Reporter

US materials giant Terex has opened its new £12m facility in Londonderry with the creation of 100 jobs.

The 105,000 sq ft site makes mobile conveyors and heavy equipment for Terex Ecotec, which specialises in waste management and recycling.

Kieran Hegarty, president of Terex Materials Processing, said: "As people, businesses and governments become more aware of their carbon footprint we're seeing enormous growth in demand for environmental equipment globally.

"We're excited that Terex Campsie has started producing equipment to cater for this market - the type of equipment capable of processing construction and demolition waste or everyday waste from your home - to be exported all over the world."

Nearly 40% of the 100 roles have been filled.

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