Találatok a következőre: NEW Jobs

22.09.2017 Modified: 2017.09.26 16:56

Manufacturing is to begin in the largest project of Wuppermann so far

The Wuppermann Group established a unit with a turnover of 500,000 tonnes/year at the Győr-Gönyű port, comprising four manufacturing and logistics halls with a total floor area of 33,000 square metres. The products made at the hot-dip galvanising and steel cutting plant will be primarily used in the automotive and construction industry. The four manufacturing and logistics halls can be accessed by road, rail and water. The project implemented with the assistance of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) will create about 200 new jobs.

21.09.2017 Modified: 2017.09.22 10:53

The complex development of the Béres pharmaceutical factory has been completed in Szolnok

Béres Gyógyszergyár Zrt. has carried out expansion and technology development at its Szolnok production unit to the value of EUR 10.3 million. As a result of the project, the production and logistics area increased by almost one and a half times, a new technology is applied, and 60 new jobs were created. Through an individual government decision, the Hungarian Government provided a grant to the project with the assistance of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA).

20.09.2017 Modified: 2017.09.22 11:18

Samsonite has delivered its second plant in Szekszárd

The Luxembourg-based Samsonite has carried out several developments in Szekszárd in the past years, of which the most recent is a manufacturing hall built at a cost of about EUR 12 million. As a result of the capacity expansion project warranted by constantly increasing demand, 100 new jobs are created and the European market can be supplied with the products of as many as 15 assortments from Hungary.

15.09.2017 Modified: 2017.09.18 18:02

Foundation stone of the unique waterfowl and feather processing plant has been laid in Mélykút

The foundation stone laying ceremony for the new complex unit of Hunent Zrt. triggers the construction of a waterfowl slaughterhouse and feather processing plant in Mélykút. The investment project, worth some EUR 40 million, will create 350 new jobs in the food industry, which is one of the leading economic sectors in Hungary. This expansion of HUNENT is already the fourth food industry investment project this year to be completed with the support of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA).

14.09.2017 Modified: 2017.09.18 18:02

New printing plant of M-Flexilog has been inaugurated in Békéscsaba

The 8,500-square metre new plant built as a greenfield project, which will manufacture flexible packaging materials, has started its operation under the name of M-Flexilog Kft. in Békéscsaba. The Hungarian Government provided a cash grant – in cooperation with the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) based on an individual government decision to project of the Austrian company.

12.09.2017 Modified: 2017.09.12 11:37

Diehl Aircabin expands with an engineering centre in Hungary

Based on the successes achieved by the Nyírbátor unit in cockpit element and aircraft parts manufacturing, the German Diehl Aircabin adds another activity in Hungary: it establishes an engineering centre to the value of about EUR 9 million in Debrecen. The 150 high value-added jobs created as a result of the project will provide support primarily to the company's own internal departments.

7.09.2017 Modified: 2017.09.07 10:54

Sapa is to install new technology in Székesfehérvár

Hungary has obtained another reference in connection with electromobility: the Székesfehérvár unit of Sapa Profiles won the intra-company competition for the production of alloys developed for electric and hybrid cars. Under the EUR 21.8 million project, presses and precision machining stations will be installed and 120 new jobs will also be created. Taking advantage of the development and its existing know-how, Sapa's plant in Hungary will become a prominent expert in the manufacturing of individual structural components for electric cars in Europe.

31.08.2017 Modified: 2017.09.01 13:45

Hungary is at the forefront of creating high added value jobs

The Hungarian investment environment has received yet another prestigious international recognition: based on the remarkable IBM Global Location Trends 2017 report, from among the three most important categories, in two Hungary ranked among the world's top 10. According to the report, thanks to foreign direct investments (FDI), 18,900 new jobs are being created in Hungary based on 2016 investor decisions, which is the 9th best result in the world per inhabitants. However, what is even more important that Hungary ranked 5th based on value of new jobs created, ahead of countries, in addition to the competitors in the region, such as Switzerland, Japan or Sweden.