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Femtonics Set to Close 2023 With Turnover of Over HUF 4 bln

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Hungary's Femtonics, which makes laser scanning microscopes, expects turnover to more than triple in 2023, the company told MTI.

Femtonics had net sales revenue of HUF 1.3 billion last year, public records show.

Richárd Kozma, a director at the company, said Femtonic's main markets were in the United States, Canada, and European Union member states. 

The company targets a 20% increase in orders in 2024.

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