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Szentgotthárd

(sĕnt`gôt`härd), town (1991 est. pop. 8,680), W Hungary, on the Rába River near the Austrian border. In 1664, Montecucculi defeated the Turks at Szentgotthárd. The town is also known as St. Gotthard.
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To accommodate demand outside North America, the company also started building the transmission at its facility in Szentgotthard, Hungary in 2005.
In addition, the company's sites in Ellesmere Port, UK, in Gleiwitz, Poland, and in Szentgotthard, Hungary, will also not be affected by the workforce reduction.
manufactures and repairs tools in Szentgotthard, in western Hungary.
The measure will affect 150 out of 700 workers at the Hungarian car parts producer in the western town of Szentgotthard.
GM, which had already established a $150 million Hungarian auto factory, was also in final negotiations with the Hungarian government to build a second one in Szentgotthard.
Stahlcord Austria has two production sites: one in Fuerstenfeld in Austria, and the other in Szentgotthard in Hungary.
Principal battles: Saint Gotthard (Szentgotthard) (1664); Seneffe (1674); Kochersberg (near Strasbourg) (1677); Gengenbach (1678); Vienna (1683); sieges of Buda (1684 and 1686); Harkany (Nagyharsany) (1687).
It will be produced at the same Szentgotthard plant in Hungary as the firm's new MGE petrol engine, which debuts in the Vauxhall Cascada.
(This transmission, incidentally, is produced at a GM Opel plant in Szentgotthard, Hungary.)
Connecting rods manufactured at Kidderminster will go into a new family of petrol engines manufactured at Opel's Szentgotthard plant in Hungary.
Born the son of Nicolas de Neufville, Marquis of Villeroi, a marshal and King Louis XIV's governor (1644); growing up at court, gained the friendship of King Louis XIV; first in combat at the battle of the Raab (Szentgotthard or St.