GE’s Hungarian unit produces 250,000 LED lights

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General Electric reached a manufacturing milestone at its plant in Nagykanizsa, western Hungary, producing 250,000 LED lights since the launch of production two years ago, the plantʼs director István Magyar said yesterday, according to news agency MTI. 

GE began producing LEDs at the plant after a European Union directive phased out conventional, low-efficiency lighting. The current headcount at the Nagykanizsa plant is between 1,800 and 2,200.

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