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Trojan could create graduate vacancies in Swansea

Published: Wednesday, 19 January 2011   Category: Science, Engineering and IT

A Welsh electronics firm is set to create 60 new jobs in Swansea and new graduate vacancies may be created as a result.

Trojan Electronics - one of the United Kingdom's leading refurbish and repair companies - is to lease a 33,381-square-foot premises at the Swansea Vale Central Business Park.

The building was prepared by the Welsh Industrial Partnership (WIP), a joint venture between the Royal Bank of Scotland and the Welsh Assembly Government.

Ieuan Wyn Jones, minister for economy and transport, said WIP was established to ensure local businesses could secure industrial buildings.

"This Assembly Government is committed to supporting business and ensuring the infrastructure is available to facilitate the growth of companies," he said.

"It is good news to hear of a local business expanding with the potential to create a significant number of new jobs."

Trojan Electronics was established eight years ago and currently employs around 100 people. The new jobs will be created in the next 18 months.

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