Midlands firm to create up to 30 new jobs

Up to 30 jobs are set to be created in the midlands as a result of €1m investment by a company that makes control systems for emergency vehicles.

ATSR has made the announcement to coincide with the opening of its new headquarters in Tullamore, Co Offaly.

The company says it plans to expand research and development operations at its midlands plant, which already employs around 20 people.


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