Video: German Manufacturer SICK Continues To Expand In Hungary

  • 2 Nov 2020 1:02 PM
Video: German Manufacturer SICK Continues To Expand In Hungary
German SICK, a manufacturer of electronic cards, is increasing its capacity in Hungary by building a new production hall and warehouse.

The market-leading company in the field of intelligent sensor production will create 266 new jobs with a greenfield investment of EUR 25 million.

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Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency

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