2018 New integrated tissue paper mill with the latest technology is being opened at Dunaföldvár. This will be Hungary’s biggest and most modern integrated hygiene paper production site and also creates over 100 new jobs. Beyond playing a significant role as converter in the region, now by further increasing our capacity and becoming a tissue base paper manufacturer also in Hungary, thus as an integrated supplier, we can ensure even more secure operations and service towards our customers and consumers.
|2017||Three new, modern strech-film palletizer machines for the safe and professional product palletization.|
|2015||Investments into two paper handkerchief machines.|
|2014||In the first half of 2014 Vajda Papír Kft. made several important investments. In spring 2014 the tissue manufacturing capacity was increased by the installation of a new production line. In June nearly in the presence of 100 guests – including national and local government representatives, diplomats, partners, clients and suppliers as well as the press – the new major investment project of HUF 1.8 billion to increase the production capacity of Vajda Papír Kft. was unveiled, which is to open up new vistas for the company.|
|2013||Vajda Papír Scandinavia, a subsidiary to increase the production capacity of the company now going international, was set up in May. The company founded in Norway employs 100 people and has a production and processing capacity of 25 thousand tonnes, to which the management bought a new production line and contracts as well.|
|2012||Vajda Papír Kft. is to meet the steadily increasing consumer demand by purchasing and installing a new napkin machine.|
|2011||The year the first office abroad was opened. From now on a sales representative will help increase sales in Romania.
There has been major restructuring at the company in Hungary as well; the team now includes more sales representatives, and the company has set up an independent management board, which means that five executives have joined the top management of the company.
|2010||New technology has been introduced, bringing innovation to the making of rolled products (paper towel and toilet paper).
Plant development has also continued: energy-saving and environmentally friendly production and a centrally controlled heating, cooling and lighting system have developed together.
|2008||Time has come for plant development. The production units which were scattered across the plant have been collected to one place, and not only that: but as a greenfield investment. In addition to the real estate investment the technology has been developed once more. Innovation involved mainly the buildings of the plant; the foundations for the top notch energy recycling production, the connection of the heating to the electric supply of the machines and the environment-sensitive power control system found in smart houses were laid then.
The year MSZ ISO 9001:2008 was introduced.
|2004||In addition to the modernization of existing equipment new, high-capacity machines have been added. Capacity multiplied, while the assortment expanded to include a full range of household paper products.
During development the main focus was on process-centeredness and catering to the needs of customers to the highest degree of excellence; therefore we introduced the MSZ ISO 14001:2004 management system.
|2001||The year of the first major investment. The founders have given up all their other activities in order to concentrate fully on the development of the company. They purchased a high-capacity production line suitable for the production of paper towel and toilet paper, and the product range started expanding rapidly. As the production increased so did the number of staff.
The same year – as soon as the first opportunity arose – the company entered the international market. The first orders came from Slovakia and Poland.
|1999||Mr. Attila Vajda and Mrs. Szilvia Vajda Csata, still having full-time jobs, bought their first toilet paper making machine, and set it up garage they rented for the purpose. They entered the market with one single product, but as it was well received and in order to meet increasing demands they started investing in new machinery.|