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Toro builds micro-irrigation factory in Ploiesti

March 2011 - From the Print Edition

Turf maintenance equipment and precision irrigation system supplier The Toro Company will build an 11,000 sqm manufacturing plant in industrial park Ploiesti West Park, Prahova county. Construction will start in the first half of 2011 and the facility will include production and assembly, warehouse and office space, employing a staff of 100. Toro’s new facility will manufacture micro irrigation products for growers of vegetables, field crops, orchards and vineyards in east Europe, Russia and the Ukraine.



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