Rodeport to build port, ethanol and power plants
Rodeport Kft will spend about Ft 55 billion building an agricultural distribution center, ethanol and power plants and a port in Hungary, Napi Gazdaság said, citing a company executive.
Rodeport, owned by Swiss and Hungarian investors, is about to finish construction on a grain storage and drying facility and river port in Fadd-Dombori along the Danube, managing director Róbert Deák told the paper. The company will expand the port and storage units later this year and will start building an ethanol plant and a power plant in 2007. Deák refused to reveal how much power the plant would generate.
The center in Fadd-Dombori will have more than 100 employees from 2008, Napi Gazdaság said.
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