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Machinery firm to arrive in Vráble

AN UNNAMED machinery firm has promised to settle in the IGP industrial park in Vráble, the park's representatives said.

Eva Čankyová from IGP Vráble said that the identity of the firm would not be disclosed until a contract was signed, the business paper Hospodárske noviny wrote.

The IGP Vráble park currently houses the plastics and metal parts processor Teleflex Automotive Slovakia, while another firm, Slomedical, is expected to start health sector production there by March 2005. Slomedical plans to employ 500 people by 2007.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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