Record-level expansion in the Bük plant of Nestlé

Nestlé is renewing the technology and product portfolio of its animal food production plant in Bük in the scope of an investment project worth more than HUF 20 billion. Consequently, the plant in Bük will become the largest animal food production centre of the 150-year-old Group, which will supply the markets of more than 30 countries, and also create 70 new jobs.

This project is another significant stage of the continuous development, during which Nestlé has invested more than HUF 80 billion into the expansion and modernization of its Hungarian plants. More than half of this is made up of the investments implemented in Bük. Since 2010, the company has spent more than HUF 40 billion on the development of Hungarian animal food production, and created more than 500 new jobs.

The planned date of the opening of the investment project, which has been the greatest in the history of Nestlé Hungária Kft., being concluded by the third round of capacity expansion after two previous ones in 2011 and 2013, is the end of 2017, by when the number of employees in the production unit will reach 1000 people.