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De'Longhi to build new factory in Jucu

June 2013 - From the Print Edition

De'Longhi, the Italian manufacturer of home appliances, will build a second factory in the Tetarom Industrial Park III in Jucu, Cluj county, where it will produce components for espresso machines that will be assembled in the first production unit purchased from Nokia. The president of Cluj County Council, Horia Uioreanu, said in mid-May that the De'Longhi team had submitted the approval documents for the construction of the second factory in Tetarom Industrial Park III in Jucu. "The second production unit should be completed by fall this year," Uioreanu said. "The decision to build the second unit was taken in order to no longer have to import the components for the espresso machines, but to produce them in Jucu. The new plant will create new jobs, which means that the De'Longhi investment in Jucu is developing." Italian company De'Longhi began its production on the local market in March through the Jucu factory, where household espresso machines are assembled.



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