Frances CCN Group considers new plant in Slovakia - report.

By bne IntelliNews March 20, 2013
France-based CCN Group, a supplier of components for turbines and automobiles, considers building a new plant in Slovakia in the town of Belusa, Hospodarske Noviny daily reported citing unnamed sources. The mayor of Belusa confirmed that a foreign investor has already secured a land plot for a new plant but did not disclose the name of the investor. CCN Group currently has two plants in Slovakia in Povazska Bystrica, 20km away from Belusa, where it employs 300 people. CCN Groups financial director Martin Pacek said that a final decision on investments in Belusa has not been taken. According to Hospodarske Novinys source, CCN Group will move production from Povazska Bystrica to the new plant in Belusa dn employ as many as 900 people in total.
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