Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister, Jonathan Bell, has announced that a Ballymena window manufacturer is to create 25 new jobs in the town as part of a £1.7million investment.
Apeer has successfully launched its new maintenance-free ‘Lumi’ window system for the residential housing market and is now investing in additional equipment, skilled personnel and marketing to maximise sales.
Invest NI has offered the business £399,000 to support its investment.
Jonathan Bell said: “Apeer is an ambitious company, undertaking a comprehensive growth strategy to boost its market share across Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland.
“Its investment in innovation and continuous improvement measures, supported by Invest Northern Ireland, will ensure Apeer has the resources, skills and equipment in place to maximise the sales potential of its new window range.
“The 25 new jobs to be recruited in the coming months, the majority of which are manufacturing roles, is very positive news for Mid and East Antrim and will generate £375,000 annually in additional salaries to the local economy.”
Apeer manufactures and supplies a range of uPVC door panels, GRP external composite doors, fire doors, decorative glass units and commercial glass.
Credit: Invest Northern Ireland