Hengelo


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Hengelo

(hĕng`əlō), city (1994 pop. 77,514), Overijssel prov., E Netherlands. Manufactures include heavy machinery and metal products.

Hengelo

 

a city in The Netherlands, in the province of Over-ijssel. Population, 72,000 (1975). Hengelo is a railroad junction and port on the Twenthekanaal, which flows to the Rhine. A center of the textile and garment industries, it also has enterprises of the machine-building industry, which mainly produce electrical equipment, and chemical plants, which use local rock salt.

Hengelo

a city in the E Netherlands, in Overijssel province on the Twente Canal: industrial centre, esp for textiles. Pop.: 81 000 (2003 est.)
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