Galway Firm To Create 100 New Jobs

A shed manufacturing company is to create 100 new jobs in Tuam, Co Galway.

Steeltech Sheds is to relocate its business from Headford Road in Galway to the former Coca-Cola factory in Tuam and will recruit new staff between now and 2017.

The company currently employs 100 staff at bases in Cork, Dublin, Carlow and Athlone.


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