The city of Tatabánya has added 1500 new jobs in the last four years, said Csaba Schmidt (Fidesz-KDNP), mayor of the city, reported news agency MTI. The city has seen immense development from local economic and government sponsored projects. The mayor toured the new Tatabánya Industrial Park, where he said that the government allocated EUR 32 million (10 bln HUF) to the development.
Scmidt added that companies like Henkel, Samsung, Mivisa and Rudolph Autóipari Kft. have already moved into the new industrial park. Previous tenants like Bridgestone also increased their capacities with a EUR 232 million (72 bln HUF) investment, providing an additional 500 jobs to the region.
Delphi, a manufacturer of automotive electronics, also built a new facility, costing EUR 10 million (3.4 billion HUF), which also increased the number of employees from 1000 to 1500 in the last year. Japanese windshield maker AGC also unveiled its new facility this year, as now 730 people work for them. Becton Dickinson, manufacturer of medical supplies, also plans further development, while US company Sanmina-SCI has expressed an interest in the Tatabánya Industrial Complex. (MTI)