Orosháza

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Orosháza

 

a city in southeastern Hungary, in the megye (county) of Békés. Population, 33,300 (1970). A railroad junction, Orosháza has a large glass factory that utilizes local natural gas. The city’s food-processing industry produces flour and wine.

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Assets included in the agreement are the CHS inland silo at Oroshaza, Hungary, and the InVivo river terminal at Baja on the Danube River.
In addition, we're adding important infrastructure to our global supply chain capabilities with a deepwater port in Constanta, Romania, a barge-loading facility on the Danube River at Giurgiu, Romania; and an inland grain terminal at Oroshaza, Hungary.
Romance brought the striker, who played professionally in Hungary with Oroshaza, to Birmingham and now he is set to make his Moors debut in today's home game with Burscough.
o a glass container plant in Oroshaza, Hungary, which was purchased from Orosglas Kft.
In January, CHS acquired AgriPoint Limited, adding 60-70 million bushels of grain volume and important infrastructure on the Black Sea to its global supply chain capabilities with a deep-water port in Constanta, Romania, a barge loading facility on the Danube River at Giurgiu, Romania, and an inland grain terminal at Oroshaza, Hungary.
In addition, we're adding important infrastructure to our global supply chain capabilities with a deep-water port in Constanta, Romania, a barge loading facility on the Danube River at Giurgiu, Romania, and an inland grain terminal at Oroshaza, Hungary.
Guardian's Oroshaza, Hungary, float glass plant was built in 1988, and its Thalheim facility in eastern Germany was built in 1995.
The contract provides for the installation of 7,500 DECT wireless local loop telephone access lines for HTC's majority owned concession company, Hungaratel; serving the Oroshaza and Bekescaba Primary Regions in southeastern Hungary.
AMEX: HTC) announced today through its Chairman, Robert Genova, that it has completed its acquisition of the operating telephone systems in the Bekescaba, Oroshaza and Papa areas of Hungary.
The five concession areas owned are Raba Com, Papatel, Kilet-Nograd, Bekescaba and Oroshaza.
Klenner, that HTCC has acquired telephone concessions for three additional primary districts in Hungary: Papa, Bekescaba and Oroshaza, having a combined population of 478,000 people.