Monday 23 October 2017

€10m investment by Topaz to create 110 jobs

Irish Fifa Puskas award finalist Stephanie Roche and former Munster and Ireland rugby star
Alan Quinlan at the launch of the new service station at Northern Cross in Dublin. Photo: Conor McCabe
Irish Fifa Puskas award finalist Stephanie Roche and former Munster and Ireland rugby star Alan Quinlan at the launch of the new service station at Northern Cross in Dublin. Photo: Conor McCabe
Gavin McLoughlin

Gavin McLoughlin

Service station operator Topaz will create 110 new jobs with a new €10m investment in two new filling stations.

One of the stations, located at Northern Cross in Clonshaugh, Dublin 17, was officially opened yesterday with 45 new jobs created there. A further 20 jobs will be created at the location by Supermac's, which has opened a new outlet with a drive through restaurant.

"The Clonshaugh service station, as part of our Re.Store network, is helping to revolutionise the customer experience with the highest quality artisan foods on offer as people refuel both their vehicles and their bodies," Topaz spokesman Paul Candon said.

The second station, which is located in the Ballacolla region of Co Laois on the M8 motorway, will officially open on Monday with 65 new jobs in place.

Irish Independent

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