The German company’s factory in Debrecen, eastern Hungary, is taking on an increasingly spectacular form, and is scheduled to start production in 2025 with more than 1,500 employees, reportsVilággazdaság.
European Parliament Vice President, Katarina Barley, warned German companies this week to be careful with their investments in Hungary, because of the experience of being blackmailed by the Orbán government. She said BMW should move its investment to Romania instead of Hungary.
Although the politician did not say what German companies think about the tax environment, as is usually the case, the Hungarian answer was not left out.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Péter Szijjártó, called the accusations ridiculous, while stressing that BMW is not going to Romania.
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Mostly because its factory in Debrecen is taking on an increasingly spectacular form, with a local news portal publishing spectacular drone footage.
The newspaper reports that the plant is currently looking for 93 new employees.
As is known, the BMW Group is building a full-scale car factory in the northwest of Debrecen on an area of more than 400 hectares, with press, bodywork, and paint shops and assembly hall, as well as a unique battery assembly plant for the in-house assembly of battery cells for electric cars.
This is the first unit in the group to be developed entirely along the iFACTORY concept from the very first design phase, with the aim of efficient, environmentally friendly, and digitalized production.
The BMW Group Factory in Debrecen is scheduled to start production in 2025, with more than 1,500 employees, when the first model of the purely electric-powered Neue Klasse will roll off the production line and make its debut.