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Keystone Group aims to ‘Brexit-proof’ its business

The company is on target to reach over €93 million in revenues this year

20th November, 2016

Keystone Group, the Tyrone-based steel lintel and support system manufacturer, is aiming to increase its turnover in Ireland to €20 million by 2017, from the present €15 million.

The company is on target to reach over €93 million in revenues this year, with 1,000 staff across Britain, Ireland and Poland, according to Keystone Group chief executive Eithne Kelly.

Keystone is investing €1 million in Ireland and is set to hire an additional three staff to add to...

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