Lenovo opens its first European manufacturing plant in Üllő

The new facility will primarily produce server infrastructure, storage systems and high-end PC workstations for sale in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

As MTI reported, the factory already employs more than 1,000 full-time staff in various engineering, management and operational roles, and the number will continue to grow as the facility moves toward full capacity.

According to the company’s statement, strong infrastructure, a skilled workforce and Hungary’s central location in Europe make it the perfect location for Lenovo’s first European manufacturing facility. A part of the investment has been supported by local government incentives from the National Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA).

The new facility of almost 50,000 square meters is one of Lenovo’s largest manufacturing plants. The production line has the capacity to manufacture more than 1,000 servers and 4,000 workstations per day, all tailored specifically to customer needs. The new purpose-built building is equipped with 0.5 megawatts of solar panels.

The local production of the equipment significantly reduces the time and distance of product delivery, allowing for more efficient and sustainable delivery of goods. This, coupled with innovative manufacturing processes such as Lenovo’s patented low-temperature soldering process, will help the company achieve its climate goals, they said.

Lenovo is a global technology company with annual sales of USD 70 billion, employing 75,000 people worldwide and serving millions of customers in 180 markets every day.

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