Lufthansa Technik AG, Germany’s leading aircraft maintenance and engineering company, opened a new Aircraft Engineering Services Center at Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt International Airport on Friday, according to a press statement issued by operator Budapest Airport.
While governments across the globe embrace renewable sources of power and implementation is growing, the sector still lags behind in Central and Eastern Europe due to the lack of an appropriate legal framework, says a white paper released jointly by KPMGʼs Energy & Utilities Advisory practice in Budapest and the local office of international law firm Kinstellar.
After declining for three consecutive months, industrial production finally picked up in August.
The Hungarian real estate market is getting greener, property firm CBRE says in a report sent to the Budapest Business Journal today. One-quarter of modern office buildings in Budapest have gained sustainability evaluation certification, while even among older office buildings a growing number are applying more sustainable technologies, the report finds.
Germany’s ThyssenKrupp has accredited its research and development base in Budapest as a global center, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó told Hungarian news agency MTI yesterday, after meeting with management at the company’s headquarters in Essen.