Wiesbauer Dunahus sees revenue climbing to HUF 2.7bn in 2011
Meat company Wiesbauer Dunahus expects to close 2011 with revenue of HUF 2.7bn, up from HUF 2.1bn in 2010, managing director Jens Hillebrand told MTI.
Wiesbauer Dunahus, based in Gonyu (NW Hungary) plans to start building another plant with about 2,000sqm of production space in 2012, Mr Hillbrand said. When completed the company could make 40 new hires, he added.
Wiesbauer Dunahus’s revenue is expected to exceed HUF 4bn in 2014, according to plan, he said.
The company exports about 20% of its output, mainly to Austria and Germany.
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