Video: 'Master Good' Invests In Speedy Chicken Slaughter Technology In Kisvárda, Hungary

  • 30 Aug 2018 8:27 AM
Video: 'Master Good' Invests In Speedy Chicken Slaughter Technology In Kisvárda, Hungary
Through a major, technology-intensive development, Hungarian Master Good aims the global top 5 with its increasing poultry slaughter and processing capacity.



The majority of the EUR 48 million investment concerns machinery, automation and robotics meaning that products can leave the plant at a higher processing stage besides the increasing capacity.

Source: Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency - HIPA

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