Engineering company evopro to cooperate with peer AKKA
The biggest Hungarian-owned engineering company, evopro, on Wednesday said it signed a cooperation agreement with AKKA technologies, a high-profile European peer. evopro's engineers will work with AKKA on developments for the automotive and railway industries at the start, but negotiations on expanding the cooperation are ongoing. evopro employs more than 1,000 engineers. The company had revenue of almost €50 million in 2012.
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