HUF 856 million investment in Győr completed by Igm Kft

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Austria-based robotics systems manufacturer Igm Kft has completed an HUF 856 million investment at its base in Győr, announced Igm Managing Director Béla Fenyosi yesterday. 

Some HUF 164 million in funds from the European Union and central government were deployed in the investment, which included technology development and the addition of 1,600 square meters in floor space for the Győr operation; 15 new jobs were created to bring company rolls to 154 employees.

In 2012, Igm reported revenues of HUF 7.3 billion and projects to earn about HUF 7 billion this year.

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