Japanese car giant Toyota has announced 70 new jobs at its plant on Deeside.
The operation, which employs over 500, makes engines for the firm's Avensis and Auris cars.
Last September the company marked 20 years of manufacturing in North Wales.
Toyota is celebrating its' 20th Anniversary on Deeside.
The engine plant began manufacturing in 1992 and now employs more than 500 people.
Richard Kenworthy is the Director at Toyota's Engine Plant at Deeside, and he spoke to our Business Correspondent Carole Green about the challenges and highlights of the past 20 years.