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Electronics Production | April 23, 2008

Doncaster and Saygrove to invest in Wales

The US-American Doncasters Group and Saygrove will invest in facilities in Wales, UK to produce for the aerospace and defense segment.
Doncasters will create 125 additional jobs as part of its ÂŁ16m expansion of its Blaenavon plant. This is followed by the announcement of Buckley-based Saygrove, which has won ÂŁ25m-worth of new contracts, reports the icWales.

The aviation sector is one of the biggest employers in the region and the industry gives work to around 10% of the UK workforce. Companies such as EADS, BAE, GE, General Dynamics, Raytheon and Thales have established production facilities in Wales.

Doncaster had previously considered moving production to a new facility in Poland before opting for Blaenavon, Wales instead.

North Wales aerospace and defence group Saygrove has won ÂŁ25m-worth of contracts and plans to expand its operations with an additional 25,000 sq ft unit and a total workforce of 70.
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