HUNGARY: Lingerie Maker MEY Hungaria Invests $3m In Plant
Lingerie maker MEY Hungaria Divatfehernemukeszito Kft has revealed plans for a major investment drive at its plant in Veresegyhaza which will boost production capacity.
The firm, which is owned by Germany's MEY Group, will invest $3.3 million in the factory and take on another dozen workers as it looks to hit its 2003 turnover target of $2.2m.
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