Engineering CIMA to invest EUR 16.5mn in expanding production in Slovakia.

By bne IntelliNews July 13, 2010
Italian engineering company C.I.M.A. planned to expand its activities on the Slovak market through its plant in Spisska Bela in the northern part of the country, according to the investment plan of the company. The expansion would include the construction of a new production hall and administrative premises on a total new area of 2.86ha. Total built-up area would take up 47.2% of the new space. Construction works for the expansion project were scheduled to start in May 2011 and should be completed for a two-year period. The project should create around 330 new job positions and its total investment cost was estimated at EUR 16.5mn. C.I.M.A. supplies spare parts and components for the Slovak plant of white-goods producer Whirlpool in Poprad.

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