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Borsodi Műhely sees revenue climbing to HUF 1.4 bln in 2011

Industrial

Hungarian automotive and aircraft industry supplier Borsodi Műhely targets revenue of HUF 1.4 billion in 2011, up from HUF 1.2 billion in 2010, managing director of the family-owned business László Borsodi told MTI.

Borsodi Műhely recently won its status to deliver to aircraft industry companies after six years of preparations, Borsodi said. One of the conditions for supplying the industry was getting its AS 9100 quality management system certification, he added.

Borsodi Műhely's main business partners are the Hungarian manufacturing units of German carmaker Opel and German automotive industry supplier LuK.

The company plans HUF 100 million of technology developments at its base in Győr (NW Hungary), Borsodi said.

Borsodi Műhely employs 130 people at its bases in Győr, Szombathely (W Hungary) and Kisújszállás (E Hungary).

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