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First phase of Samvardhana Motherson plant in Kecskemét to cost HUF 30 bln

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Indian automotive industry supplier Samvardhana Motherson Group (SMG) will spend HUF 30 bln on the first phase of the construction of a plant in Kecskemét, central Hungary, project manager Péter Takács said yesterday, according to Hungarian news agency MTI. 

The company will build the plant on a 100,000 sqm plot next to Daimlerʼs base in Kecskemét by 2017. It will supply bumpers for Mercedes models from 2018. The plant will employ 400-500 people. SMG said in April that the order would be worth around €2.2 bln over its lifetime.

SMG has been present in Hungary since 2009. It makes rearview mirrors at a plant in Mosonszolnok, has a logistics base in Hegyeshalom, and a second plant in Mosonmagyaróvár, all in the west of the country. SMG employs 1,600 people in Hungary.

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