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Order book in Hungary increases to almost 100 million euro


Gouda - Imtech (technical services provider in Europe) is announcing that its order book in Hungary has grown in a short time to almost 100 million euro. At the end of May 2011, Imtech acquired the Hungarian activities of YIT, since renamed Imtech Hungary Industrial Services. In June 2011, Imtech announced the first Hungarian orders for Audi and Ceva, valued at 27 million euro. Now Imtech is announcing that it has received new orders to the value of approximately 57 million euro from Audi again as well as from Infineon. Together with various smaller projects this has resulted in a well-filled order book.

René van der Bruggen, CEO Imtech: ‘The combination of local presence and German technological competences makes it possible that Imtech has immediately become one of the strongest technical players in Hungary. This makes it possible to fulfil with verve the role of technology partner for prominent European customers that are, or will be, active in Hungary. It fits with our 2015 growth strategy of also building a strong position in Eastern Europe.’

New orders from Audi in Gyōr: sustainable power plant and technical infrastructure for bodywork and assembly plant
Car manufacturer Audi is considerably expanding its production capacity in Gyōr. The aim is to produce around 125,000 Audi cars per year here by 2013. As one of Audi’s permanent technology partners in Germany and with its new Hungarian site, Imtech is now also capable of fulfilling this role to expand Audi activities in Gyōr. Imtech will realise a new decentralised power plant with a thermal capacity of 100 MW. This highly efficient plant, forming the heart of the new production facilities, covers the entire energy provision needs for media distribution purposes (heating, cooling, electricity, compressed air, natural gas, water etc.) required to produce the desired number of Audi cars. The energy-efficient plant is characterised by its extremely low CO2 emissions. At the same time, Imtech will provide the complete technical infrastructure for the new bodywork plant, with all the facilities required for media distribution purposes. Imtech had already received a similar contract for a new assembly plant, but is now also responsible for fire protection, specific aeration, process air and the removal of harmful gases using specific Imtech technology, and numerous other technical facilities. All technical solutions for the bodywork and assembly plant will be operational within a year. The sustainable power plant will also be delivered in 2012.

Expansion and energy upgrade for Infineon in Cegléd
In Germany, Imtech is one of the permanent technology partners of semi-conductor producer Infineon Technologies. This company also has a manufacturing facility in Cegléd in Hungary. The facility is being expanded and, at the same time, specific electro technical adaptations are being utilised to provide an energy-efficient energy supply. Imtech will provide all technical solutions, including the high-tech building automation, safety and fire protection. The project will be completed within a year.


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