Shannon-based aviation services company Eirtech will create 124 jobs in Northern Ireland over four years with the opening of a new composites repair centre in Belfast.
The company will get more than €1.1 million in financial support from Invest NI towards the creation of the new jobs.
“This Belfast facility is part of our strategy to future-proof the business, ensuring we have access to the British marketplace post-Brexit,” said David Kerr, chief executive, Eirtech Aviation Composites....
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