Celtica Foods set to invest £2.8m in new meat processing facility

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Celtica Foods, an associate company of Castell Howell, will invest £2.8m in a new meat processing facility at Cross Hands Food Park in Carmarthenshire, in a bid to extend its business.

As a new report in the local media has revealed, the company plans to merge its boning plant with the Castell Howell butchery department, which will involve the company relocating to a 37,000 sq ft purpose built facilty at Cross Hands Foods Park.

The move will safeguard 49 jobs and create 32 new roles over the next five years and is supported by £1m grant assistance under the Welsh Government’s repayable business finance scheme.

Brian Jones, managing director of Castell Howell Foods, said that: "Support from the Welsh Government has been invaluable in enabling this expansion project go ahead now in order to meet the growing demand, in particular for premium Welsh beef. We will double our capacity as a result of this investment, be able to introduce efficiencies and new technologies to meet that demand."

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