125 new jobs created across Omagh and Dungannon

Ready to welcome new team emmbers at Terex: Kieran McCrossan, operations director, Eimear Holland, senior manufacturing engineer, Nathan Fox, assembly fitter and Richard Thompson, quality engineer.

TYRONE’S burgeoning engineering sector has this week delivered a timely antedote to political and economic uncertainty with the announcement of 125 new jobs.

The UH can reveal that Terex will create 100 new positions spread across their Omagh and Dungannon bases and will bid to attract prospective employees with a major jobs fair at the Silverbirch Hotel in Omagh next week.


And Telestack in Omagh which also manufacture material handling machinery are creating 25 new jobs.

They too, are hosting a jobs fair in an effort to fill the vacancies.

Both firms have continued to enjoy major success with order books filling up with new customers from around the world, reaffirming Tyrone’s reputation as a global leader in the material handling equipment sector.

Newly elected West Tyrone MP, Barry McElduff hailed the new jobs.

“This is fantastic news and very positive. It’s a reflection of the central role which Omagh and Tyrone is playing in terms of engineering solutions and I am always struck by the strength of the sector,” he said.

“I would like to congratulate Terex and Telestack for creating these jobs and the spin-off work which it will create for smaller firms.”

Meanwhile, the Dromore-based company Euroauctions have just announced further expansion with a new base established in Dubai.


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