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Industrial manufacturer eyes Zilina

A DUTCH investor is planning to establish a heavy machinery production plant near the northern Slovak town of Zilina. The new servicing and assembling plant, Hollandia Central Europe, will serve the central European market.

According to the SME daily, Hollandia wants to settle near the villages of Mojs and Predmier near Zilina, and invest Sk300 million (€7.5 million). The Dutch company expects to employ 150 people at Hollandia Central Europe.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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