Daimler supplier invests HUF 675 mln in Kecskemét

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The Hungarian unit of German automotive industry supplier Brose has completed a HUF 675 million investment at its base in Kecskemet, home to German peer Daimler's plant in Hungary, Brose Hungary Automotive told MTI on Wednesday. Brose Hungary Automotive won HUF 106 million in European Union funding and state co-financing for the investment, which created 35 jobs. The Brose unit supplies the Daimler plant in Kecskemet with doors. It can make up to 2,200 units a day.

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