Diehl Aircabin starts production at Hungarian base
Germany's Diehl Aircabin has started production at an aircraft parts manufacturing base in Nyírbátor (NE Hungary), the local council's advisor for investments told MTI on Tuesday.
Diehl Aircabin is investing €5 million at the base over three years, said Antal Máté.
The plant will make sidewalls and ventilation systems for Airbus and Boeing a well as Eurocopter and Embraer aircraft.
Production is starting with a single shift of 70 workers, but two more shifts, also with 60 workers each, are expected to start within a year, Máté said.
Annual revenue of the base is expected to reach €15 million.
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