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Calor to create 13 new jobs with €10m growth programme

Calor employs over 250 staff in 6 sites across its all island operations.

Minister Richard Burton and Tom O'Carroll
Minister Richard Burton and Tom O'Carroll
Image: Paul Sharp via Paul Sharp Photography

CALOR IS TO invest €10 million in an All-Island growth programme and 13 jobs will be created as a result.

The strategic investment programme will be provided by parent company, SHV Energy, over a three year timeframe.

The programme will see investment across its all island operations, specifically targeting an enhanced offering through investment in sales, customer support, engineering IT and marketing.

Calor employs over 250 staff in 6 sites across its all island operations, and a further 200 indirectly.

Parent company, SHV Energy operates in 27 countries and supplies LPG to tens of millions of customers worldwide.

CEO of Calor Tim O’Carroll said that this programme highlights the confidence SHV Energy has in Ireland:

Securing of this investment is an important strategic win for Calor and Ireland, seeing the creation of 13 jobs across our all-island operations.

Welcoming the announcement, Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton said that today’s announcement is a welcome boost:

This investment represents a vote of confidence in the domestic economy and will result in the creation of 13 jobs. I wish Calor every success with this project.

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