I. G. Gasket International building HUF 810m plant in NW Hungary

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Automotive industry supplier I. G. Gasket International is building an HUF 810m plant in Rajka, near Hungary’s borders with Austria and Slovakia.

The company won a HUF 213m grant from the New Szechenyi Plan for the project. I. G. Gasket International will hire 60 new workers as a result of the investment.

The company’s Italian parent is a member of rubber manufacturing group IG Holding.

MTI learnt I. G. Gasket International started building a 3,300sqm production hall on a 6.5 hectare plot last December. Construction is expected to last until March, after which the factory will be outfitted with equipment.

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