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Knaus Tabbert to start production in Hungary

Automotive

Germany-based motor-home, campervan and caravan manufacturer Knaus Tabbert is planning move production to its Nagyoroszi plant (northern Hungary), as it is closing in Obermeitingen-located plant in Germany, at the end of March next year, the company said yesterday.

 The Nagyoroszi plant has an annual production of approximately 2000 vehicles. The Hungarian unit, Knaus Tabbert Kft, had inaugurated new production and logistics halls at a cost of €1 mln in October, 2012. Before the development the unit had manufactured 970 camping buses annually.

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