SRF, a large Indian manufacturing company will be constructing its first facility in Europe, which will employ 100 people and cost 18 billion forints (EUR 56 million), in the town of Jászfényszaru, which is also home to plants owned by Samsung and ThyssenKrupp. Managing Director of the SRF Group, Asis Bharatram announced that production of packaging materials on the 15 hectare facility will begin in 2019 using state-of-the-art technology.
Mr. Bharatram explained that he expects the construction of the Hungarian production facility to make SRF the world’s largest producer of packaging film and bring the company closer to its European clients, whom it will be able to serve more rapidly and efficiently as a result. The Ground Breaking Ceremony has been held on the 15th of June on site with the presence of the core management team of the company as well as the Mayor and the local team of the Municipality and the representatives of Tomlin. Tomlin is providing design, project management, QS and on site technical supervision services to SRF.