Paul Hartmann sets its sights on eastern Europe
This article was originally published in Clinica
German surgical and hygiene products manufacturer Paul Hartmann has opened new subsidiaries in Slovenia and Greece as part of its long-term strategy to expand internationally and establish at least two foreign subsidiaries per year. "In 2003 we plan to set up one European subsidiary and one outside Europe," a spokesperson for Paul Hartmann said. The company also intends to expand its business interests in the Ukraine and Romania.
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