The new factory unit implemented under a 15 months’ investment, totalling HUF 15 billion, was opened by Mihály Varga and Attila Vajda in the presence of their key partners, suppliers and the heads of the companies participating in the investment in Dunaföldvár, on 9 November, 2018. Hungary’s most modern tissue paper manufacturing and processing factory provides more than 100 new jobs in the region. The Hungarian company exports its products to more than 20 countries, it has had a separate factory unit in Norway since 2013, and is highly committed to using environmentally friendly technologies.
After a long and severe examination process, the Hungarian Ministry of National Economy had selected our investment plan for an integrated hygiene paper manufacturing site as from national economical perspective preferred one and decided to support it with 4,5 billion HUF non-refundable contribution in the program of the National Enterprise Investment Scheme. From the total 11 billion HUF investment, we will build Hungary’s biggest and most modern integrated hygiene paper production site
Thanks to the new, innovative OPEN&CLOSE technology our three-ply Ooops! handkerchiefs come in a convenient, resealable package even in the pack of 90 category.
One June 11, 2014, 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 converting capacity of Vajda Papír Kft. was unveiled, which is to open up new vistas for the company.
The start button of the new state-of-the-art production line installed by early June was pressed by Péter Szijjártó, deputy minister of foreign affairs and trade and Attila Vajda, founder, owner and managing director of Vajda Papír.
According to a mini-survey conducted by HR Portál the top priority in 2013 was strategic human resource planning at most companies, with some companies naming increasing the commitment of employees as their top priority. It seems that managing change becoming increasingly more important, but the ranking of priorities has not changed in recent years.