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Pannon Lézer Műhely completes HUF 250 mln base

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Hungary-based sheet metal processor Pannon Lézer Műhely inaugurated a HUF 250 mln base in Tata in northwestern Hungary, managing director Endre Paulik informed Hungarian news agency MTI.

The investment was supported with a HUF 100 mln grant, Paulik added.

Pannon Lézer Műhely currently employs a staff of 47, and is in a business partnership with Siemens, Guntner, Knorr-Bremse and General Electric. The company saw a revenue of more than HUF 780 mln last year.

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