NABI to suspend production at plant at end of May
Hungarian bus manufacturer NABI will suspend production at the company's plant in Kaposvár after filling an order for 150 buses from the city of Los Angeles, the website Sonline.hu reported on Tuesday, citing NABI communications consultant János Kovács-Gajdács. NABI restarted production at the plant in the first half of 2012 in order to fill the order. Kovács-Gajdács noted that the company has suspended production at the plant in the past. NABI is employing 170 workers at the plant to manufacture the 150 45-foot composite buses for the city of Los Angeles.
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