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IBM is growing in Hungary - VIDEO REPORT

IBM Client Innovation Centre in Székesfehérvár, which provides IT services, server operation, system management and development, and cloud-based services, has decided to create 300 new jobs. The almost EUR 9.7 million investment to be realized by 31 December 2021 will be carried out while retaining the current number of employees.


Denso's technology-intensive development has been completed in Székesfehérvár - VIDEO REPORT

Denso's latest investment is now over, which resulted in the modernisation and expansion of its vehicle component manufacturing activities. The EUR 65 million technology-intensive project has brought semi- and fully automated production lines to the plant in Székesfehérvár, raising not only the production volume but the flexibility, too.


Hungarian cities among the European investment locations of the future

fDi Magazine, investment issue of the Financial Times Group with high prestige in investor circles, has published again its bi-yearly "European Cities and Regions of the Future", in which it gathers and ranks the most important investment locations of the Europe according to pre-defined criteria. It is a gladsome tendency that in addition to Budapest and the Central Hungary region that were selected to the latest edition, three other cities have been recommended to the focus of the investors as new players: Debrecen, Kecskemét and Székesfehérvár. As it can be concluded from the results, the Hungarian investment environment awaits new investors and re-investors alike with consistently high service standards.


Arconic starts another huge expansion in Székesfehérvár - VIDEO REPORT

Arconic Wheel and Transportation Products – producing Alcoa Wheels - as a global key actor serves the commercial transportation and city bus market with a range of fully forged aluminum wheels announced another expansion in Hungary to double the capacities of the Székesfehérvár unit, which is the European centre of the wheel product division. The greenfield investment representing a high quality and high added-value manufacturing of wheels of heavy duty vehicles results in the building of a new manufacturing hall of 17,000 square metres and in 200 new jobs.


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.


IBM expands in Székesfehérvár by employing over 400 people

With a HUF 3.2 billion investment, IBM Data Storage Systems Kft. is to expand its service centre in Székesfehérvár. The investment creating 410 new, highly skilled jobs to be implemented by one of the world's leading information technology companies also reinforces the tendency that shared service centre (SSC) investments are increasingly being implemented outside Budapest.