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Italian Datalogic opens €9 mln plant in Hungary

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Italian-owned electronics producer Datalogic opened its €9 million plant on Friday in Balatonboglár, Hungary, near Lake Balaton, according to reports.

Magellan 9800i, TDR - Loyalty Card, manufactured by the company. (Photo: Official website of the company)

Approximately 200 people are expected to work at the 7,000 sqm factory, Hungarian news agency MTI reported. The company reportedly purchased land from the local council to expand the plant. 

Datalogic Group chairman-CEO Romano Volta said at the inauguration that the investment in Hungary is part of the company’s growth strategy to make its supply chain more efficient, MTI reported.

The plant is expected to turn out more than 1.2 million units annually, which will be exported to more than 70 countries, said Volta.

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