Vajda Papír carrying out HUF 1.2 bln capacity expansion

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Hungarian paper product manufacturer Vajda Papír is spending a combined HUF 1.2 bln on two tissue production lines at its plant in Soroksár, near Budapest, the company told Hungarian news agency MTI. 

The company expects the investment to boost output by 30% and create 24 jobs. Vajda Papír began operating the production line for pocket packets of tissues already in January, and it will put the other line for manufacturing 100-tissue packets into operation in June.

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