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Ericsson is developing its cloud-based IMS system in its Budapest headquarters - VIDEO REPORT

Ericsson Hungary supplying telecommunications and IT systems and also engaged in research and development, will develop the next generation of the cloud-based IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) in the framework of an almost EUR 8.4 million R&D project, which will be the cornerstone of cutting-edge telecommunications systems. The investment to be realized by September 2022 will create 200 new jobs requiring higher education.


Japanese Nissin Foods is to further expand its capacity in Kecskemét - VIDEO REPORT

The Japanese Nissin Foods, which makes instant pasta dishes, is expanding its capacity in Kecskemét. During the project, new machinery and equipment will be installed in the plant and the storage area will be expanded. The project of EUR 12 million to be realized by 2024 creates 20 new jobs while retaining 314 existing ones.


Seiren is to establish its first European synthetic leather car seat cover factory - VIDEO REPORT

The Japanese Seiren company specializing in the manufacturing of automotive interior materials and textiles establishes its first European manufacturing unit in Hungary. With an investment of more than EUR 42 million creating 170 jobs by 2022, the company will provide synthetic leather car seat covers for the European automotive market from its plant in Pécs.


NT Kft. is going to increase its sunflower-seed processing capacity - VIDEO REPORT

The sunflower-seed processing and refining plant of the Czech-owned NT Food Producing and Trading Ltd. is launching a capacity expansion investment in Kiskunfélegyháza. As a result of the investment the company will process an annual quantity of 450,000 tons of sunflower-seed and will thereby be able to produce 210 million litres of sunflower oil per year. 55 new jobs will be created, in addition to the existing 175 ones, thanks to the development worth more than EUR 31 million.


One of the most innovative high pressure aluminium foundries in Europe has been completed in Apc

The new plant of CSABAcast has been officially delivered in Apc, and has been equipped with state-of-the-art technology and fleet of machines of the highest quality. The about 17,000 square metres manufacturing base built during the greenfield project serves the expansion of the activities of the company so far, i.e. light metal casting. The EUR 15 million project implemented with the participation of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) will create 130 new jobs.


One of the world's leading medical technology companies has long-term plans in Hungary

World-leading global medical technology company, Becton Dickinson's (BD) new plant has been inaugurated in Tatabánya where, as a result of the EUR 20 million investment, the manufacturing of research reagents required for the production of medical products will be launched. Relying on the skilled Hungarian labour and its excellent productivity, the product portfolio and production capacity expansion creating 107 new jobs help BD to serve its pharmaceutical customers around the world.


Kühne+Nagel is the most recent strategic partner of the Hungarian Government

The Hungarian Government and Kühne+Nagel have concluded a strategic cooperation agreement. The Swiss-based freight forwarding and logistics company already has significant logistical capacities in Hungary, and will regard our country as an important partner in its international strategy also in the future, since its excellent geographical location and advanced infrastructure together represent a major competitive advantage for both Hungary and the companies present here.


New logistic centre of Révész Group has been delivered in Nyíregyháza

The latest project of Révész-Nyírlog Logisztikai, Kereskedelmi és Szolgáltató Kft. owned by Révész Logisztikai Holding Zrt. has been completed. As a result of the development implemented from EUR 28 million, a more than 52,000-square metre logistics centre has been established, supplemented with a warehouse hall, an office building and accessory rooms. As a result of the expansion, more than 260,000 square metres of warehouse capacity is available in total to the Group and 85 new jobs have also been created.


NASA-supplier Swiss company to expand with new technology in Veszprém

Maxon Motor develops its Veszprém unit to the value of about EUR 13.3 million. Under the project, the Swiss company also supplying to the NASA will install a new technology in Hungary, its production and development capacity will increase, 900 square meters will be added to its manufacturing hall, and 102 new jobs will also be created by 2020.