Nestlé starts production at expanded Hungary unit

Food

Nestlé Purina has started production at its newly expanded unit in Bük, where pet food production capacity has been doubled with a HUF 13 billion investment, the company told MTI on Wednesday. Nestlé Hungária managing director Michael Nixon said Nestlé has invested HUF 35 billion over 15 years at the unit, and the number of employees tripled over the past three years. The newly completed investment created 165 jobs, raising headcount to 780. The company exports pet food to Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Russia and Ukraine, in addition to domestic sales.

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