Terex proposes facility expansion with expected major investment

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Global manufacturer of lifting and material processing products, Terex, is completing its planning for a major new investment at its Ballymoney fabrications facility.

Terex’s Ballymoney factory has recently seen a multi-million-pound investment in 2022, with the introduction of new laser cutting equipment and robot welding. The finalisation of plans is happening now for a further expansion and upgrade in 2023. Alongside the investment and expansion, 60 new jobs will be created, as confirmed by Terex.

Terex’s site is expected to be home to contemporary office space, a new assembly fall and cranes, as well as a new powder coating line.

Jonathan Hanna, director of fabrications for Terex Crushing and Screening, said: “This is an opportunity for us to further expand our team at Ballymoney […] This upgrade will give us a world class operation where we can create a safe, productive environment and a great place to work. With this multi-million local investment on the site, we hope to create a further 60 new jobs here in Ballymoney and the surrounding area.”