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Eagle Ottawa to raise headcount in Hungary

Telco

American automobile interior maker Eagle Ottawa is planning to raise headcount at its base in Szolnok to 1,200 by the end of the year. 

The company is expecting the rise of the numbers as the result of a recently completed capacity expansion, Eagle Ottawa Hungary managing director Bryn Kahrl said on Friday.

The company has established a HUF 2 bln expansion, which wound up in the beginning of this year and have already boosted capacity by 60%.

Headcount at the unit reached 600 by the end of 2012. According to public records, Eagle Ottawa Hungary had revenue of HUF 26.9 bln in its business year ended in November.

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