Concash relocate western European ops to Hungary

31 May 2004

Press reports in Budapest say that Concash International in the United States are planning to relocate their Western European leather processing operations to Hungary, according to the Interfax news agency. This will be on the grounds of reducing costs. Concash's Hungarian subsidiary, Seton-Lindgens, will reportedly establish a 400 square metre plant and logistics centre in an industrial park in Papa in western Hungary. The new plant is expected to be completed by September this year and will employ 18 people.

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