AMI investment creates new jobs for Belfast

A Belfast-based company is creating 30 new roles as part of a £3.5m investment.

The Belfast Telegraph reports Newtownabbey-based AMI, which specialises in the secure disposal and recycling of IT equipment, has announced plans to create the new jobs.

The firm, which has grown from 25 to 60 staff in the last three years, plans to grow headcount to 90 staff by 2021, with the new roles created at Mallusk and Dublin locations.

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