„The availability of skilled workforce with good languages kills , mature shared services presence in the market, developed infrastructure, central location and time-zone”

Joerg BAUER

Joerg BAUER ge
bd Claude DARTIGUELONGUE

„Establish this important production facility in Hungary because of the proximity to the important European customers it will serve. The availability of a highly skilled workforce, access to qua lified subcontractors”

Claude DARTIGUELONGUE

INNOVATION


 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY IN HUNGARY
100 YEARS IF INNOVATION

1918
 
Industrial scale manufacturing of X-ray machines commenced.
1929
 
Philips founded a trading company and later established its X-ray factory in Hungary. In the 1920s and 1930s a number of domestic manufacturers produced various types of medical devices.
1948-49
 
Small enterprises were nationalized and Medicor Művek was formed from Hungary’s medical technology companies. Medicor manufactured 450 types of equipment and 1,500 different kinds of medical instruments. A tits peak, the company employed 10,000 people and had representatives in 35 countries around the world
1960s
 
In the 1960s, another company - Medical Aids Factory - played a significant role in patient’s rehabilitation by large scale manufacturing of a range of assistive medical devices for people with disabilies.
Present
 
150 companies are engaged in medical device manufacturing in Hungary.

Labour Force

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TERTIARY EDUCATION IN HUNGARY

Academic year 2014/2015

 

NO. OF INSTITUTIONS
67

 

UNDERGRADUATES (BA/BSC)
AND POSTGRADUATES (MA/MSC)
271,480
of which 203,576 are fulltime

THE EF ENGLISH PROFICIENCY INDEX 2014 (%)

Medical