Engineering firm Camlin creates jobs in Lisburn

Northern Ireland is to be boosted by the creation of around 300 new jobs.

The BBC reports Lisburn-based engineering firm Camlin is creating 298 jobs as part of a £28m expansion of its headquarters.

Camlin develops and supplies engineering products, primarily for the electricity and rail industries.

According to regional development agency Invest NI, 98 of the roles are already in place, while Invest NI is offering £5m in assistance to the firm to aid its expansion and job creation.

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