Isoplus wins €1 mln tender in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Hungarian and German-owned Isoplus won a two-year contract worth €1 mln to supply pipes for the heating network of the city of Banja Luka in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Hungary’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade told national news agency MTI late yesterday.
Budapest-based piping system manufacturer Isoplus has successfully participated in several tenders in Bosnia-Herzegovina and other countries in southern Europe over the past ten years, the news agency said, adding that it saw a revenue of €21.5 mln last year.
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