A&M Belting to move to new premises in Letterkenny

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A Letterkenny company has announced it is moving into a new premises as part of a major expansion expansion.

Optibelt Eurethene Belting, known locally as A&M Belting makes timing belts for gear boxes, ATM machines and other power transmission operations.

A&M Belting is part of the German based Arntz-Optibelt company. It started operations in Letterkenny in 1990, and currently employs 26 people at its plant on the Ballyraine Industrial Estate.

IDA Ireland's Head of Regional Business Development for the Border John Nugent says the number of new jobs the expansion will bring is unclear at this stage: