Danish VELUX Launches $48m Window Plant

Date: 14 July 2009
Source: Marchmont News
Danish firm VELUX has launched a $48m plant to produce windows in Yaroslavl region, Interfax reports.

The plant is reportedly built on a 10,200-square-meter site in the region’s town of Rostov.  The plant is equipped with processing and assembling lines, it’s capacity is about 1,000 windows a day, the agency said.Danish firm VELUX has launched a $48m plant to produce windows in Yaroslavl region, Interfax reports.
 
The plant is reportedly built on a 10,200-square-meter site in the region’s town of Rostov.
 
The plant is equipped with processing and assembling lines, it’s capacity is about 1,000 windows a day, the agency said.

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