Netwatch opens €3 million facility in Newry
Irish-owned remote security firm Netwatch has “aggressive plans” to double its business within three years, creating up to 50 jobs, the company’s chief operations officer has said.
Wendy Hamilton was speaking at the launch of the company’s second remote monitoring facility in Newry, Co Down.
The €3 million facility had its official opening last week in Carnbane Business Park, creating 15 jobs initially.
Netwatch employs 160 staff at its Carlow headquarters and in sales offices in Britain, as well as in Boston and New York.
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