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Hungarian mineral water bottler completes HUF 1.2 bln investment

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Hungarian mineral water bottler Spiller yesterday opened a bottling plant in Csákvár, northern Hungary, which was built through an investment of HUF 1.2 billion, according to reports.

(Photo: Aqvital Facebook page)

The investment received a HUF 480 million European Union grant and is expected to create 30 jobs at the facility. 

The plant will have a capacity of turning out 8,000 bottles an hour, Sándor Nagy, owner and managing director of the company, said, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

Spiller will sell the Aqvital branded mineral water in small shops at first, then in supermarket chains at a later date, the managing director added, according to MTI.

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