Vehicle Industry

Bosal is to Expand its Hungarian Plant

International automotive group, Bosal, operating in Kecskemét (central Hungary) since 2004, has decided to expand its plant further.

Jato: In Hungary the Car Registrations Fell by 50.04 Pct

According to JATO Dynamics, the world’s leading provider of automotive data and intelligence, latest analysis, in Hungary the car registrations fell by 50.04 pct (-33,716 units) to 33,668 from Year to date May 2008 to Year to date May 2009.

Magyar Suzuki Managed to Close the Year with Great Performance

Despite the severe market conditions of the domestic and European car industry in 2008, Magyar Suzuki Corporation managed to close the financial year with great performance.

Csaba Metal Presents New Midibus

Hungary's Csaba Metal on May 15 presented its new CsM Urbanus midibus, which took a year and a half to design and cost HUF100 million.

Stadler Inaugurates HUF 5 Billion Train Body Plant In Hungary

Swiss rolling stock maker Stadler Rail Group has inaugurated a HUF 5 billion aluminum train body plant

Audi Starts Serial Production of New Sports Car Engine at Plant in Hungary

Audi AG has started the production of a novel engine known as TFSI. Besides TT and A3 cars Audi produces engines in the West Hungarian town, Gyor.

Alfa Busz Delivers First Vehicles of EUR 10 Million Russian Order

Alfa Busz, Hungarian manufacturer of vehicles has fulfilled its contract obligations signed with the council of Leningrad Oblast in Russia.

Car Registrations Feb 2009 - Breakdown by Make and Model

Most popular make: Opel, best selling model: Opel Astra. Overall market registrations fall by 45.97 pct.

Jaguar Sales Grow Even as Vehicle Market Contracts

As overall car sales dropped about 10 pct in 2008, Jaguar brand sales grew 11 pct.

Government support to retain R+D staff

The government will soon offer support to companies to retain their R+D staff, National Development and Economy Minister Gordon Bajnai said after a meeting of the Auto Industry Competitiveness Working Group on January 21st.


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