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Italian Farmol eyes new production hall in Hungary

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The Hungarian subsidiary of Italian-owned Farmol, which makes and fills aerosol cans, is investing €3.5 mln in a new production hall at its base in Nyírbátor, northeastern Hungary, QSHE manager Erzsébet Cziczer said on yesterday.

The company will spend €2.5 mln on construction and €1 mln on production technology, Cziczer said. The production hall is set to be inaugurated in December, she added. The investment will raise headcount at the base from 138 to 304. Revenue is set to double from a little more than HUF 3 bln last year when the expansion is completed, Cziczer said.


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