Ganz Holding to double staff

Automotive

Ganzeg, a unit of Hungarian engineering group Ganz Holding, announced that it would double headcount at its plant in Zalaegerszeg in western Hungary, in 2015 in order to fill a large railway order form Egypt, the local paper Zalai Hírlap reported.

Ganzeg will deliver 26 engines and 200 carriages to Egypt over 5-6 years, with the help of 180 new hires.

The company is partnering with the Hungarian joint venture of Bombardier, state railway company MÁV and Stadler to fill the order. Ganzeg manufactures welded structures and machined parts for the vehicles.

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