Találatok a következőre: - Miskolc

11.01.2018

E-mobility is strengthened in Hungary with a new battery factory

Hungary has again been chosen by a major East Asian lithium-ion battery manufacturer: GS Yuasa will build its first plant on the European continent in Miskolc. The Japanese company, which is a major supplier for the hybrid and electric cars of its automotive industry partners, will invest EUR 28 million and create 51 new jobs, helping to support the progress of the Hungarian vehicle industry as electromobility will be one of the most important areas of development in the near future.

02.11.2017

Spinto is to build its tool factory of regional importance in Miskolc

Spinto Hungária Kft. is constructing an automotive tool factory in Miskolc. With the about EUR 19 million project, a unit manufacturing large tools will be established in Hungary, for the products of which there is huge demand throughout the region. In a specific government decision, the Hungarian government provided a subsidy to the project of the fully Hungarian-owned company, which will create 140 new jobs.

02.10.2017

Battery supplier of Bosch chose Hungary as European location

Ten Pao Group has selected Miskolc for its first production site outside of China. The strategic decision, arrived at with a view to facilitate overseas expansion, is expected to optimize the production and transportation processes of the company's activities significantly, thus leading to enhancement of operational efficiency. The investment, valued at over EUR 14.3 million, is foreseen to lead to the creation of 300 jobs in the county seat of Borsod, yet operational successes could result in further expansions even in short term.

25.07.2017

The logistics and service centre of Bosch in Miskolc is at full speed

In Miskolc, the investment of Robert Bosch Power Tool Elektromos Szerszámgyártó Kft. in the amount of EUR 5.1 million has been concluded. In the Regional Service Centre operating at full capacity, 260 new jobs have been created, this number is larger by 55 than the number expected at the beginning of the project. Under an individual government decision, the Hungarian Government provided a subsidy through the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) to promote the investment.