Abbeydorney-Based Company To Create 80 Jobs Over Next Six Months

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Part of the new fleet of vehicles purchased by TLI Group.

TLI Group are have invested in a new fleet of vehicles from a local dealership as they prepare to create another 80 jobs over the next six months.

TLI Group is headquartered just outside Abbeydorney and employs over 700 staff across Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK.

It has grown and expanded considerably over the last year, having recently added a further 45 vehicles to their fleet. This fleet expansion of Peugeot vehicles was undertaken in association with Des Adams Tralee and Glin.

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This 45-vehicle addition is part of a recent TLI Group 115 vehicle expansion strategy to cater for new growth and opportunities and represents an overall investment of over €1.7m by the company. The TLI Group fleet now comprises of over 400 vehicles, in addition to a large portfolio of specialised plant and equipment.

The company will create a further 80 jobs over the next six month period, as it expands and grows to cater for committed infrastructure investment plans from clients such as ESB Networks, NIE Networks, SIRO and National Broadband Ireland.

The company was founded in 2000 and is owned by Abbeydorney man Thomas Fitzmaurice. John Tuite, TLI Group’s Managing Director, commented: “I would like to acknowledge and thank the entire team at TLI Group, who contributed by helping secure and deliver vital infrastructure services on behalf of our customers. Our people ultimately have been the main driver in the company’s growth and this has underpinned our ability to reinvest in the company’s future by expanding our fleet, investing in equipment, training and the expansion of our team”.

The company currently has a variety of employment opportunities available. These are long term career opportunities within the utilities industry.

TLI Group design, construct and maintain critical utility infrastructure including electrical assets, substations and telecom networks.


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