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Over 200 jobs to go with Brinks Ireland cash-in-transit closure

It comes just weeks after an agreement designed to secure jobs at the company was reached.

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OVER 200 JOBS are to go with the closure of the Irish operation of Brinks cash-in-transit security.

Staff found out this evening that the company will end its Irish operations by the end of July.

The 201 jobs will go at the company’s bases in Dublin, Cork and Galway. Most of the operation is based in Cloughran in Dublin.

It comes just weeks after an agreement designed to secure jobs at the company was reached.

SIPTU organiser Brendan Carr told TheJournal.ie that “it came as a big blow to everyone”.

“To do this job, you have to be licensed and all the workers would be licensed to do it so we’ll try to secure employment for as many as possible.

“We’re meeting with management tomorrow morning and we’ll try to settle an agreement for anyone going.”

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