‘We’re here to stay’: new owners of glass plant allay fears for jobs

Date: 2 February 2015

The top boss of a Spanish company which has bought over the former Quinn Glass has pledged to invest over £200m in the Derrylin and Cheshire plants – sending out a strong signal that it’s here to stay.

In a bid to allay employees’ fears, the CEO of Vidrala met with union and community representatives in Derrylin last week to outline the company’s long-term plans.It follows growing concerns from staff and the local community who feared the sale would mean closure of the glass factory.See more at: fermanaghherald.com/2015/01/were-here-to-stay-new-owners-of-glass-plant-allay-fears-for-jobs/The top boss of a Spanish company which has bought over the former Quinn Glass has pledged to invest over £200m in the Derrylin and Cheshire plants – sending out a strong signal that it’s here to stay.   

In a bid to allay employees’ fears, the CEO of Vidrala met with union and community representatives in Derrylin last week to outline the company’s long-term plans.

It follows growing concerns from staff and the local community who feared the sale would mean closure of the glass factory.

See more at: fermanaghherald.com/2015/01/were-here-to-stay-new-owners-of-glass-plant-allay-fears-for-jobs/

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