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HE-DO launches HUF 300m investment

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Road construction and civil engineering company HE-DO has started an almost HUF 300m investment at its bases in Salgotarjan and Abasar (NE Hungary), project manager Tamas Kobzi told MTI.

HE-DO has expanded its base in Salgotarjan with a cement-mixing plant with a Liebherr cement mixer and it will buy two Vogele asphalt pavers for the bases by the spring of 2013.

HE-DO had revenue of more than HUF 4bn in 2010. It employs 130 people.

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