Csányi Winery to make HUF 200 million technological investment
Csányi Winery plans to make a HUF 200 million technological investment next year to develop the wine-making equipment at its base in Villány, to top up investments of HUF 600 million made from 2009 to this year, the company informed national news service MTI yesterday.
With an annual revenue of more than HUF 1 billion, the privately owned company increased its sales by 15% this year in Hungary, and strengthened its presence in foreign markets as well, according to a company statement.
The owner of Csányi Winery is Sándor Csányi, chairman/CEO of OTP Bank, deputy chairman of oil-and-gas company MOL, and Hungarian Football Federation (MLSz) president.
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