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15 April 2008

Spanish manufacturer Matilsa will more than double its production capacity when it moves to a custom–built, 4500 m2 million facility near Zaragoza in March this year year. The shift from its existing nine year old facility will “give us what we need to better sell in foreign markets,” Matilsa's sales manager, Amancio Lebrero, told Access International. The €6.5 million, three–storey factory represents a major change from the set of rented and owned “garages” that has been Matilsa's manufacturing base for nine years. “When we started manufacturing we focused on the Spanish market, which at some time

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