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June 29, 2022

Germany's Stihl to build EUR 125 mln plant in Romania
Jun 29, 2022

Germany's Stihl to build EUR 125 mln plant in Romania.

German manufacturer of chainsaws and other handheld power equipment Andreas Stihl, through its Romanian subsidiary Andreas Stihl Power Tools, intends to invest EUR 125 mln in a new production facility in Romania. The new plant would be located in the western part of the country at Oradea, in (...)

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