Thyssenkrupp launches another electromobility-related development project in Veszprém, where the company will establish an engineering service centre with an investment of slightly more than EUR 6 million. As a result, 80 new engineering positions will be created within two years.
Thyssenkrupp Components Technology Hungary Kft. was founded in 2007. It operates branches in many places throughout the country in addition to its headquarters in Budapest with a total of more than 2,300 employees.
The company carries out both R&D and production activities in Hungary: it manufactures electromechanical steering servos and camshafts in Jászfényszaru, produces stabilizers and springs in Debrecen, while operates a chassis assembly plant and a Steel Service Centre in Győr.
The company develops electromechanical power steering systems at its Budapest competence centre, which are able to cooperate with a wide range of driving support or self-steering systems. In just a few years, the centre has become an international leader and it is now considered one of the best in the world in its field.
The engineering service centre in Veszprém will support the special automotive R&D activities of the German large enterprise in Hungary, which is unique in the whole world.