Bürkle Celebrates Plant Expansion Carried Out At Record Speed in Debrecen

Bürkle Celebrates Plant Expansion Carried Out At Record Speed in Debrecen

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Bürkle Hungary Kft.’s new machine manufacturing plant was inaugurated in Debrecen as a result of a EUR 1 million investment that is projected to create 20-30 new jobs. The Germany-based Robert Bürkle Group, a world leading specialist in surface technologies, can now produce on an area of over 5,000 sqm at its Hungarian site.

The Group primarily produces machinery for wood processing, electronics, PV and automotive, and its main products include presses, laminating systems and surface treatment machinery.

The Debrecen site is Bürkle’s fourth production location, and since its establishment in 2019 it has become one of its most important European manufacturing bases. The workforce there is specialized in assembly of components, machines and conveyor systems.


Bürkle's site in Debrecen is of key importance in the operation of the company

We want to thank our entire team for their dedication in the past three years and for getting the new site up and running in record time during these challenging times,

said Robert Bürkle GmbH COO Olaf Hartwig.


Olaf Hartwig COO praised teamwork and efficiency

The objective of the company is to produce more complex components, machine units and equipment parts that also fulfill tailor-made customer needs. The current expansion serves this purpose perfectly.

At our 5,000+ square meter facility designed for world class production, testing and administration, we offer attractive working conditions,

added Bürkle Debrecen plant manager Gábor Laczkó.


Plant Manager Gábor Laczkó is optimistic about the company's future

According to Mr. Hartwig, with this expansion Bürkle reached a very important milestone in direction competiveness, primarily in the wood-based materials industry.

We aim to increase our local supplier rate, and thus gain from less costs and more flexibility with the purpose of Bürkle customer fulfillment on every continent,

the Bürkle Group COO concluded.