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Hajtó-Mű to build €6 mln production hall

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Hungarian electric motor producer Hajtó-Mű plans to invest approximately €6 mln to build a new production hall at its base in Devecser in northwestern Hungary, managing director Szabolcs Kozma told Hungarian news agency MTI.

When the project is completed in two years time, headcount is expected to rise from the current 60 to approximately 100. According to MTI, Hajtó-Mű exports most of its motors to Germany.

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