Stadler expects steady revenue for the year

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The two Hungarian units of Swiss Stadler Rail Group anticipate revenue in 2015 to remain the same as last year, the companyʼs local businesses head Zoltán Dunai told Hungarian economic daily Világgazdaság today.

The head noted that Stadlerʼs rolling stock producer in the country is likely to see revenue of HUF 12.5 bln, slightly down from last year’s HUF 12.6 bln, while turnover is expected to double. Revenue of Stadlerʼs maintenance unit is set to reach HUF 6 bln this year, up from HUF 5.6 bln in 2014, he added.

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