DAKK bus order exceeds HUF 3.5 bln
DAKK, the State-owned bus company operating in southeastern Hungary, has purchased 52 new Volvo buses for more than HUF 3.5 bln, CEO Antal Fekete announced on Friday.
Eighteen of the buses will serve the areas in and around Kecskemét, offering a means of transport to employees commuting to German carmaker Daimler's plant in the city, Fekete said. DAKK operates more than 900 buses and the company’s current headcount is 2,700.
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