Balluff, Csetény village council partner on HUF 650 mln plant
The Hungarian unit of Germanyʼs Balluff, a maker of sensors used in automated industrial applications, and the village council of Csetény (some 81 km west of Budapest) inaugurated a more than HUF 650 million plant on Monday, creating more than 80 jobs, state news wire MTI reported.
Some of Balluffʼs sensors.
The local council paid HUF 450 million for the construction of the 1,600 square-meter plant, which Balluff-Elektronika outfitted with a HUF 200 mln state grant.
Balluff-Elektronika is only using half of the plant at present, but aims to ramp up production and start using the rest of it by yearʼs end, said Managing Director Tamás Ötvös.
Ötvös estimated the unit generated revenue of more than HUF 30 billion in 2018, up from HUF 28.2 bln in 2017.
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