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Moy Park


Moy Park is planning to create 59 jobs at a new 8,000 sq m egg-hatching facility off Stephenson Way in Newark.
07-Apr-2016


Moy Park is to invest £10m in the upgrade of its Derbyshire-based poultry plant, with the creation of 100 jobs.
25-Nov-2015


Moy Park, the Craigavon-based poultry processing firm with 13 sites, is to be sold by Marfig to JBS for £945m.
06-Jul-2015


Moy Park is creating 628 jobs at food processing plants in Dungannon, Craigavon and Ballymena over the next four years, as part of a £170m investment.
08-Jul-2014


Moy Park has secured £1.5m from Invest NI's Skills Growth Programme to invest in training for the 5,000 staff at its Armagh-based food processing business.
25-Feb-2013


Moy Park is to invest £20m in the expansion of its convenience foods plant in Grantham, with the creation of 150 jobs.
11-Feb-2013


Moy Park's Rose Energy consortium has won permission to develop a chicken litter-fuelled biomass power plant at Glenavy in County Antrim, with the creation of 30 jobs.
01-Sep-2010


Moy Park is to acquire O'Kane Poultry to create a combined poultry processing group with 5,000 of its 8,500 staff in Northern Ireland.
26-May-2010


Moy Park, the poultry processing group with sites in Northern Ireland, East Anglia and Lincolnshire, is to be sold by OSI Group to Marfrig of Brazil.
24-Jun-2008


Moy Park is forming a joint venture with Rose Energy and O'Kane's to seek permission to build a £100m power station fuelled by chicken litter near Glenavy in County Antrim.
08-Jan-2008


Moy Park has secured £6m from Invest Northern Ireland to support a £40m investment in the expansion of its poultry processing plants in Craigavon, Dungannon, Moira and Lisnaskea.
19-May-2005


Moy Park is to invest £14m in the expansion of its three food factories at Craigavon, Moira and Dungannon, with the creation of up to 200 jobs.
02-Nov-2000