Omagh firm to expand factory and create jobs

Posted on 16 Feb 2020 and read 670 times
Omagh firm to expand factory and create jobsOmagh-based Naturelle Consumer Products Ltd has announced a £4 million investment in its manufacturing facility and is creating 50 new jobs to meet export demand.

The company is a leading manufacturer of disposable contamination control, infection control and hygiene products for the industrial, medical, pharmaceutical and retail markets; it currently employs 60 people at its Omagh premises.

Along with providing expert business advice, Invest NI has offered the company £435,000 of funding towards the new jobs, the purchase of equipment, and support to extend its factory and analytical laboratory.

Gabriel Bradley, Naturelle’s managing director (, said: “2019 was a significant year for our business, securing new contracts in Norway and Canada.

"To deliver these and meet the projected increased demand from our existing customers world-wide, we believe now is the right time for us to expand our manufacturing capability and increase our workforce.

"This new investment represents our on-going commitment to the Omagh area and to continuing innovation, which is ensuring that we stay ahead of the competition in an increasingly fast-paced global industry.”

Kevin Holland, Invest Northern Ireland CEO, said: “Global health-care spend is increasing due to major challenges, including the ageing population. This in turn is driving the industry to invent new ways to better treat and manage patients.

"In recognition of this, Naturelle has grown into a globally innovative company over the last 25 years, with its pioneering products now distributed in over 100 countries and across 14,000 European retail outlets.”

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