Johnson Controls invests in development
Automotive industry supplier Johnson Controls on Monday said it is spending HUF 1.5 billion on developments at its unit in Mezőlak. The investment will boost efficiency and create 50 jobs. At present, 734 people work at the base which makes car seat mechanisms. The base had revenue of HUF 25 billion in 2012.
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