Arte Brotto to expand its Hungarian production base

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Italian luxury-furniture company Mobili D’Arte Brotto Sante Giorgio is intending to expand its production base in Hungary, the business daily Napi Gazdaság reported on Monday.

Arte Brotto will transfer treatment of inlaid furniture surfaces to its Lumber-fa Kft facility in Kerta (west-Hungary), where the company plans to make significant technological developments, Napi Gazdaság wrote. Arte Brotto presently employs 58 people at its Hungarian unit, though this number is expected to rise following the completion of the technological developments at Lumber-fa, the newspaper reported. Arte Brotto recently purchased a wood mill in Kerta, Világgazdaság noted. The Italian luxury-furniture company processed more than 13,000 cubic meters of raw material last year, the newspaper wrote. (MTI-Econews)

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