HAJDU Autotechnika expects revenue to climb over HUF 5.5bn in 2011

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Hungarian automotive industry supplier HAJDU Autotechnika expects to close 2011 with revenue of more than HUF 5.5bn, almost HUF 1bn more than last year, the company told MTI.

Revenue will be lifted by a HUF 200m contract HAJDU Autotechnika recently won. The order will add lorry spare parts to the company's product portfolio, György Simon of the company said.

HAJDU Autotechnika exports 40% of its output. Its biggest export markets are the Czech Republic, France, Italy and Germany.

The company is a member of the HAJDU group, which expects to close 2011 with revenue of more than HUF 11bn.

The group employs 700 people, including 150 at HAJDU Autotechnika.

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