CZECH REPUBLIC: Minerva Boskovice Plans 10 Per Cent Growth
Minerva Boskovice, a producer of industrial sewing machines, plans a growth in revenues by around 10 per cent this year, up from a preliminary Kc1.249bn ($33.5m) for 2000, board chairman Miroslav Ostadal told CTK Business News. Sales are also expected to grow. Sales of sewing machines designed by the company's majority owner Duerkopp Adler (DA) should grow from 18,450 to 23,000 units. Sales of Typos machines for the leather processing industry should rise from 3,430 to 4,100 units, the company said.
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