TEREX has announced it is finalising plans for a new investment at its Ballymoney fabrications facility in Northern Ireland which will create 60 new jobs.
The site has already seen a multi-million pound investment this year with new laser cutting equipment and robot welding cells.
2023 will see a further expansion and facility upgrade. A new assembly hall and cranes will be added alongside a new powder coating line, modern office space and employee facilities.
Jonathan Hanna, director of fabrications, crushing and screening, said, “This is an opportunity for us to further expand our team at Ballymoney. The team here have been performing to the highest standard and this investment is further evidence that Terex is willing to improve and build upon our success to date.
“This upgrade will give us a world class operation where we can create a safe, productive environment and a great place to work. With this multi-million local investment on the site we hope to create further 60 new jobs here in Ballymoney and the surrounding area.”
Terex added the planning has already been submitted and it is hoped that work on the expansion can begin as soon as possible.