Engineering jobs boost for Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is to be boosted to the tune of almost 50 new roles created by an engineering firm.

The Belfast Telegraph reports Lisburn-based KME Steelworks has begun a recruitment drive for nearly 50 jobs due to growing global demand for its products and services.

The firm secured £338k from regional development agency Invest NI to support the recruitment of 47 jobs – most of which are in engineering.

A third of the new jobs are already in place, with the rest recruited for over the next two years.

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