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Bau-Trans 2000 to manufacture passive windows

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Hungarian family business Bau-Trans 2000 wound up a HUF 362 mln development to manufacture passive windows in Cegléd, central Hungary, co-owner Éva Kassik told Hungarian news agency MTI.

The project, which involved the installment of new technology and construction of a new production hall, was supported with a HUF 144.8 mln European Union grant, MTI reported.

MTI added that Bau-Trans 2000 employs has a headcount of 200 at several locations and had revenue of HUF 3.4 bln in 2014.

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