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Woodmarque has created 16 new jobs amid plans to increase business in the Republic of Ireland and Britain. The company, based in Dungannon, Co Tyrone, has invested in new equipment ahead of plans to triple its turnover over two years.
Woodmarque is a family-owned manufacturer of internal door sets and specialist joinery for commercial projects. The company works with contractors and architects on projects including the Lyon Square apartment project in London.
“We have ambitious sales...
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