Carraig Donn to create 40 jobs in Co Mayo

Carraig Donn to create 40 jobs in Co Mayo

40 jobs are to be created by Carraig Donn in Mayo over the next two years.

The fashion retailer has announced plans to open a new outlet and warehouse in Castlebar.

The 30,000 square foot logistics centre will be established at Moneen.

Meanwhile, the company is to open its latest store at Hopkins Road in the centre of the town.

The jobs will be created over a two-year period.

The company currently employs 470 people across 40 stores nationwide.

Managing Director of Carraig Donn, Pat Hughes, said; “We are delighted to facilitate further job creation in Mayo because of the continued development of our retail business. This expansion is required to service the logistical demands of carraigdonn.com, in line with the significant growth of our ecommerce operations over the last number of years.

“The new warehouse will also serve as the primary logistics centre for our nationwide network of stores. It is envisaged that 20 jobs will be created in Castlebar this year and a further 20 roles will be added in 2020.

“We are thrilled to be opening a second outlet in Mayo to complement our existing store at Bridge St Westport. We have established a strong brand identity and customer base within the county over the last 54 years of trading."

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