Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster today officially opened Creative Composites' new factory extension in Lisburn and announced that the company has created 30 new jobs.
Primepac enter a collaboration deal with Cherry Polymers which will see recycled high density polyethylene being re-used in retail packaging.
The Cogent SSC Women and Work programme is a successful and established initiative for the science - using industries to support the skills development of women, particularly into non-traditional technical roles*. Employers are encouraged to review the skills development needs of their business and where a skills gap or a career progression opportunity is identified among female staff they may be eligible for a maximum £600 grant (per person) for their development.
As the winner of the award for Best Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) for Northern Ireland, the Cherry pipes/PPRC KTP is now a finalist for consideration for the Best UK Knowledge Transfer Partnership Award.
Boomer Industries in Lisburn has won significant business from a new customer in Saudi Arabia for its PVC products including pre-hung door systems.
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