Leier Hungária announces HUF 6.5 bln development project


Leier's Hajdúszoboszló plant under construction.

Leier Hungária announced a HUF 6.5 billion domestic development project, which entails the renewal of the company's concrete element production plants in Jánosháza and Pécs, as well as the construction of a new concrete tile factory in Hajdúszoboszló.

The new factory will be completed in August this year and will enable the company to produce flat and corrugated concrete tiles in different colors, with different surfaces and higher capacities. Trial production is already underway on the production line, which has arrived from Sweden.

"Leier concrete tiles can be used for both renovation and new construction. They will be available in all Hungarian building material retailers from autumn as part of a launch promotion," said Andor Komlós, the company's managing director.

According to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal, only natural raw materials are used in the production process, meaning that the concrete tiles are fully recyclable.

Leier Hungária is a family-owned company, founded 37 years ago. It currently has nine building materials production plants and more than 1,000 employees. The recently announced investments will create a further 20 jobs. 


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