Hajdú sees flat revenue in 2013
Hungarian industrial group Hajdú expects revenue this year to remain around the HUF 13 billion in 2012, CEO István Novotni told MTI. Hajdú Hajdúsági Ipari, which makes hot water boilers, household appliances and renewable energy products, had revenue from exports of HUF 2.45 billion last year, or almost half of total turnover, Novotni said. The group's automotive industry supplier, Hajdú Autótechnika Ipari, will wind up a five-year plant development this year, he said. The unit is delivering starters and generator parts to a new partner as well as expanding its product portfolio and output volume, he added. Hajdú is developing further its partnership with General Electric and delivering truck parts to French peer Faurecia, he said. Hajdú operates nationwide service networks in France and Germany.
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