Találatok a következőre: - Pécs


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.


Honsa has become market leader thanks to its 20 years old plant in Pécs - VIDEO REPORT

4900 square metres production and storage building inaugurated in Pécs as the first step of the 20 year old Honsa's newest investment of EUR 10 million. Thanks to the Hungarian unit, the German company has become a dominant entity in the field of automotive loadfloors and parcel-shelves and complete trunk systems, producing 4 million products yearly.


ALDI coordinates the substantial part of its European IT network from Pécs - VIDEO REPORT

ALDI substantively expands the competence and headcount of its Information Technology service centre in Pécs. The headcount of the centre nearly doubles, therefore the operation of the IT system of 3,800 European ALDI stores, as well as 55 logistics centres is provided from Hungary in Hungarian, German, English, Italian, Slovenian and French languages.


BAT aims to lead the transformation of the tobacco industry from Pécs - VIDEO REPORT

The first production line of the British American Tobacco factory in Pécs was handed over, which is to produce potentially reduced-risk, innovative products compared to the traditional tobacco products. In the framework of the EUR 23.8 million investment even tobacco-free nicotine pouches are soon to be produced on five additional production lines. As a result of the development creating 60 new workplaces, the production of the unit in Pécs might increase more than threefold.


thyssenkrupp is building its fifth Hungarian unit in Pécs - VIDEO REPORT

thyssenkrupp chose Hungary again: the German technological concern is establishing its newest production plant in Pécs, which will supply European automotive partners with next generation camshafts and e-motor parts. In the framework of the investment, worth over EUR 55 million, a new production line will be introduced relying on Industry 4.0, which will also create some 200 new jobs.


Hauni to start development for technology and capacity expansion in Pécs - VIDEO REPORT

Another investment is to be launched at the Pécs site of Hauni Hungaria which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. The industrial equipment and machinery manufacturing division of the German Körber Group is going to spend EUR 18.5 million on the expansion of its manufacturing and service area. By modernising its machinery park and applying Industry 4.0 technologies, it is going to move towards digitised and paper-free production. The majority of the 100 jobs created in the framework of the development are positions demanding high qualifications.


The foundation stone for the new FOSS biotechnology research centre has been laid - VIDEO REPORT

In the framework of a development project of EUR 6.3 million, a brand new, modern building complex of over 2,000 square metres is to be built in Pécs, based on Scandinavian design. As a result of the investment, Soft Flow Hungary, which belongs to the Danish company of FOSS, will create more than 90 new jobs, thus quadrupling the number of its professionals.


Leading biotech research company is developing in Pécs - VIDEO REPORT

FOSS quadruplicates their employee number in Hungary by adding 88 new, high added value R&D jobs to the existing 30 positions. Moreover, Soft Flow, the subsidiary of the Danish biotechnology company is building a 2000 square-metres, complex, Scandinavian-style office. The Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) assisted the EUR 6.3 million project with comprehensive project management services.


Hungarian aircraft manufacturer to build new plant in Pécs

Hungarian aircraft maker, manufacturing sport and training airplanes, Magnus Aircraft, builds its new plant in Hungary in the immediate vicinity of the Pécs-Pogány Airport with an investment of over EUR 16.6 million. Both innovative sport airplanes of the company developed by itself, the petrol-powered Fusion 212 and its fully electric pair, eFusion, having received an award at the Aero 2016 Airshow, will be assembled in the 7,500 square metre manufacturing unit.