Levice-Géňa attracts new investors

THE SOUTHERN Slovak town of Levice has signed a contract with the Swedish company Nefab Packaging and the Indian investor Steel Strips Wheels, who have both pledged to situate their production operations in the Levice-Géňa industrial park in the second half of next year, the SITA news agency wrote.

The companies' investments will create 320 jobs.

Nefab Packaging will produce wooden transport containers for the engineering and automotive industries in the Levice-Géňa park and Steel Strips Wheels plans on building a plant to produce steel wheel discs for passenger cars.

The industrial park covers 49.8 hectares.

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