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AMADA invests EUR 10 million in Lower Austria

Amada plant in Lower Austria © AMADA Austria

The company, which specializes in the production of band saw blades and tools, thus has sent a clear signal of its intention to strengthen its business location in Austria.

“Thanks to the additional resources which will be created, we will not only triple capacity but also fulfil demand, shorten delivery times, avoid production bottlenecks and enable a continuous extension of our product portfolio”, stated AMADA Managing Director Katsuhiko Kawabata.

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