Borg Warner to develop Oroszlány plant in Hungary

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Machinery maker Borg Wagner is to kick off a Ft 1 billion development project at its turbocharger factory in Oroszlány (N Hungary).

The investment is to add another 5,000 square meters to the current production area, providing for the manufacture of 2 million turbocharger engine components annually. To date, Borg Wagner has spent €20 million ($29.6 million) on developing the premises due to the constantly increasing number of orders over the years. Consequently the initial headcount of 35 has risen to 530 since 2001. BorgWarner Turbo Systems is a division of the globally active automotive supplier BorgWarner, Inc. (NG)

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