It could put thousands of jobs at risk.
The firm is one of Northern Ireland's largest employers.
The brand says it is assessing all parts of the company.
The mining industry is shedding jobs with the closure of shafts across several companies.
Union chiefs say redundancies are 'unnecessary'.
The department for work and pensions is set to make more than 800 staff redundant, union chiefs say. A programme of office
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