Eagle Ottawa expands capacity at base in Hungary

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American automobile interior maker Eagle Ottawa is expanding capacity at its base in the Hungarian city of Szolnok to meet increased demand, the company told MTI. Eagle Ottawa will expand the base by 60% by the autumn, creating 150 workplaces. Interiors made at the plant in Szolnok go into vehicles made by BMW, Daimler, Ford, Honda, Hyundai-Kia, Land Rover, Renault-Nissan and Toyota. Eagle Ottawa's Hungarian unit had net income of HUF 1.9 billion on revenue of HUF 15.7 billion in its 2010/11 business year.

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