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Siegling opens in Malacky

GERMAN company Siegling opened a new plant in the western Slovak town of Malacky.

The plant started making conveyor and processing belts for the Central and Eastern European market on April 14, the TASR news agency reported.

The German company has its headquarters in Hannover and operates plants in more than 50 countries across Europe, America and Asia, employing a total staff of some 1,700.

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