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When Cathal Shevlin from Belmullet set up his company in 1999, he had two employees and a small workshop. Today he employs 37 people from the local area in a 25,000 sq foot factory. He supplies  structural steel to the construction industry all over Ireland and has started exporting to the UK and the Middle East. Cathal says it was the opportunity to work on the Corrib project that set him on his way.


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