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February 19, 2024

Metallic Tile Maker Metigla Sees 2023 Turnover Rise YOY
Feb 19, 2024

Metallic Tile Maker Metigla Sees 2023 Turnover Rise YOY.

Metallic tile manufacturer Metigla, with a plant in Prahova county, ended 2023 with higher turnover from 2022, with structures needed for the installation of photovoltaic parks as one of the growth engines.

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