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29.07.2016 Modified: 2016.10.13 10:02

The new Mercedes-Benz plant in Kecskemét is the largest greenfield investment ever made in Hungary

Costing around EUR 1 billion (HUF 313 billion1), the new Mercedes-Benz plant in Kecskemét is going to use flexible manufacturing system (FMS) that makes it possible to produce both front-wheel and rear-wheel drive models of different vehicle architecture. The megaproject, which is going to create 2,500 new jobs, is a clear sign of Mercedes-Benz’s commitment to this location. Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) provides extensive support to the company during the preparation of the project, expected to be concluded by the end of the decade.

21.07.2016 Modified: 2016.10.13 10:03

India and Hungary to strengthen economic cooperation

Hungary was the special guest at a business forum organized by The Financial Express, a well-reckognized leading Indian business magazine, in New Delhi. The conference was focused on the importance of European markets for Indian companies and presented the most attractive and investor-friendly foreign destinations.

21.07.2016 Modified: 2016.10.13 10:03

Investments still on the rise in H1 2016

Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) successfully negotiated 38 investment projects in the first half of 2016, a 27% increase compared to the same period in 2015. The projects may create as many as 8,529 new jobs, and generate inward flows of foreign direct investment of € 1.33 billion, almost as much as in 2015 (€ 1.4 billion). In terms of sectoral distribution, the automotive industry has remained ahead, followed by the SSC (Shared Service Center) sector and the food industry. The US and Germany have been the two largest investors.

21.07.2016 Modified: 2016.10.13 10:04

Another development at the BAT Tobacco Factory in Pécs

British American Tobacco (BAT) plans to invest about HUF 3 billion, as a result of which the number of factory workers is expected to significantly increase, up to 150 to 200, by the first half of 2018. As a result of a decline in volumes in Western Europe and rising production costs, it has become necessary to carry out a strategic review and to rethink the production structure of the Group in Europe. As a result of the new strategic guideline, the role of Pécs is further strengthened in the European supply chain of BAT. 

1.07.2016 Modified: 2017.01.10 11:16

New automotive expansion in Kecskemét

The German Freudenberg carries out a capacity expansion investment worth of HUF 4 billion in its Kecskemét plant. The multi award-winning Hungarian production unit within the Group is expanding to 6,000 square metres in order to ensure an ever larger production. To the investment creating nearly 80 new jobs the Hungarian government - with the participation of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) - by way of an individual government decision provides support in the amount of HUF 411 million.

27.06.2016 Modified: 2016.10.13 09:59

HUF 10 billion development project in the Veszprém plant of Valeo

Valeo Auto-Electric Hungary Kft is to carry out a HUF 10 billion development project in the company’s plant in Veszprém, creating 180 new jobs and becoming one of the major employers in the Central Transdanubia region in Hungary. The Hungarian government, with the assistance of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA), supports the project with a HUF 1 billion non-repayable investment subsidy.
24.06.2016 Modified: 2017.06.30 16:29

First aluminium beverage can factory in Hungary to be built by HELL in Szikszó

QUALITY PACK Zrt., member of the HELL group, is going to build the first aluminium beverage can factory in Hungary for HUF 30 billion. After the implementation of the development, the project is going to increase the production capacity of the company to 1.2 billion 250ml aluminium beverage cans and ends per year. Unlike any other company in Europe, Hell is going to have both the can and beverage production in-house. The Hungarian government, with the assistance of Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA), supports the project with a HUF-7-billion non-refundable subsidy under an individual government decision, thanks to which, the company may carry out significant developments in bottling, logistics and commercial capacity. By the end of 2019, the company will have created 320 new jobs as a result of the expansion.
13.05.2016 Modified: 2016.10.13 10:00

BT is the most recent strategic partner of the Hungarian Government

The Hungarian Government and BT (British Telecom), one of the world’s leading companies offering communications services and solutions signed a strategic partnership agreement. The 67th agreement was signed in Budapest by Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade on behalf of the Government and Zoltán Szabó, Managing Director of BT’s Regional Service Centre in Hungary. BT’s Regional Service Centre in Hungary has earned both Hungarian and European awards recently.