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Vetropack buys Skloobal packager

The Swiss firm Vetropack Holding on July 1 signed a purchase contract for Slovak packaging maker Skloobal Nemšová. While details of the deal were not released, Vetropack said it wanted to invest 25 million Swiss francs in three years into Skloobal, which employs almost 600 people but is in bankruptcy.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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