Jobs Boost for County Monaghan

AIBP Monaghan has announced that it will create more than a hundred new jobs in Co. Monaghan with a new development.

The company, which is a subsidiary of Anglo-Irish Beef Processors, expects to eventually employ an additional 120 people as a result of the commissioning of a major development at its facility in Clones.


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