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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.

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.

EGLO to create almost 200 new jobs in Pásztó

EGLO Magyarország Kft. will realise an investment of more than EUR 12.9 million this year at its Pásztó facility. The development project will double the current production and logistic capacity, while creating 190 new jobs in this disadvantaged region of Hungary.


Flowserve creates a shared service centre in Debrecen

One of the world's leading providers of fluid motion and control products and services for the global infrastructure markets, Flowserve, based in Texas, is opening a shared service centre (SSC) in Debrecen. With an investment of HUF 4.3 billion, the company will provide financial and accounting services in 10 languages to 20 countries in the North America and EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) regions. Graduates of the university will be recruited to take the approximately 400 new jobs.

Yanfeng creates 450 new jobs in Pápa

Yanfeng – leading automotive supplier from China – is expanding its plant in Pápa within the framework of an investment valued at HUF 7.4 billion. The capacity increase of the company – manufacturing upholstered vehicle interior components exclusively for exports – has been qualified by the Hungarian Government as a major priority for the national economy; it provided funding – with the cooperation of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) – in the amount of HUF 1.85 billion based on an individual government decision.


OTTO FUCHS implements an expansion in Tatabánya

With over 100 years of history, German-owned OTTO FUCHS is expanding its plant in Tatabánya within the framework of an investment worth more than HUF 12.7 billion. With this development, the company manufacturing wheel rims will create 180 new jobs and will increase its annual capacity by 50% - from 1.2 million to 1.8 million units. The new machines will enable production of larger diameter wheel rims, and the range of products will also expand by the production of wheel rims for trucks. Based on an individual government decision and promoted by the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA), the investment received a support from the Hungarian government in the amount of HUF 1 billion.


Over five hundred new jobs created thanks to the investment of FAG

FAG Magyarország Ipari Kft, a Debrecen based member of the Schaeffler Group, is to increase its manufacturing capacity with a greenfield site investment. The foundation ceremony is expected to take place before the end of the year, with the first products rolling off the production line and delivered in the second half of 2017. With the active support of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA), the investment project of HUF 25 billion is expected to create 510 new jobs in the following years, and FAG may become the largest employer in the region. The project is also supported by the Hungarian government.

Record-level expansion in the Bük plant of Nestlé

Nestlé is renewing the technology and product portfolio of its animal food production plant in Bük in the scope of an investment project worth more than HUF 20 billion. Consequently, the plant in Bük will become the largest animal food production centre of the 150-year-old Group, which will supply the markets of more than 30 countries, and also create 70 new jobs.

Bosch creates 600 new jobs in Hatvan

Thanks to an additional development project, the Bosch group will create a total of 600 new jobs at the Robert Bosch Elektronika Kft. located in Hatvan. The project is the latest element in the series of continuous developments carried out in Hungary by the leading international supplier of various technologies and services. The total value of the investment taking place between 2016 and 2018 is HUF 18.9 billion, from which – thanks to the involvement of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) – the Hungarian government is providing HUF 4.7 billion in the form of a non-refundable cash grant, based on an individual governmental decision.