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90 Jobs for Mayo with PanelDuct and BNI

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90 Jobs for Mayo with PanelDuct and BNI

Monday, February 22, 2016 

90 Jobs for Mayo with PanelDuct and BNI

90 jobs have been announced for Mayo. PanelDuct, based in Castlebar says it anticipates hiring 80 extra people at its facility over the next three years.

PanelDuct produces flat-pack pre-insulated air ducting technology. Invented by local man Pat Walsh, the company already employs 20 people.

In a seperate announcement, International referral organisation BNI is opening its first office outside the US, also in Castlebar, with the creation of ten jobs. The business already has 1,200 members and more than 50 groups in Ireland.


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