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Bosch to open regional service center in Hungary

One-source HR administration provided from Vecsés

  • Bosch Group's first Central-Eastern European Service Center supports colleagues in HR matters
  • The Vecsés investment expected to create more than 200 jobs over the coming years
  • Customer service in-house: more efficient processes and digital solutions help the organization and the associates
Bosch to open regional service center in Hungary

Budapest, Hungary – Bosch, a leading international supplier of technologies and services, is investing in a new regional shared service center in Vecsés, Hungary. The center will provide HR administration for Bosch associates in five countries with a focus on Central and Eastern Europe, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade announced. The investment is expected to create more than 200 jobs over the coming years. The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Péter Szijjártó and Daniel Korioth, representative of the Bosch Group in Hungary attended the event announcing the investment. The total amount of the investment is HUF 6 billion for which the Hungarian State provides HUF 2.1 billion. “The opening of the Vecsés service center is another important milestone for Bosch in Hungary and the region. It also demonstrates the strong confidence we have in the competence of Hungarian professionals,” Daniel Korioth said.

Customer service in-house – simple, efficient, digitized processes
The new HR service center was created as a result of collaboration and multiannual work of five Central and Eastern European countries and the company's worldwide services business division as part of the Bosch Group's global initiative launched in 2019. This aims to further strengthen cooperation within the company group and to further drive Bosch's business ambitions by exploiting synergies.

“Due to its innovative, digital solutions and automated processes, the Vecsés Service Center provides simpler, more efficient and more convenient services for Bosch associates” emphasized András Somogyi, human resources director of the Bosch Group in Hungary and the Adriatic Region. At first, the center will carry out HR and customer service work in the fields of labour administration, project management, payroll, international assignments, HR-IT, as well as recruitment and training. The scope of services may be expanded later. The center will also support colleagues in all HR administration-related topics in a quick and easy way with new digital solutions. Employees can modify some of their data with just a few clicks, request HR services, or request quick online or telephone help from the service center colleagues.

Strategic role in the activities of the Bosch Group
The investment will further strengthen the presence of the Bosch Group in Hungary, which has nine Hungarian subsidiaries employing more than 15,000 associates. Bosch has a wide and diverse portfolio in Hungary. The Robert Bosch Elektronika Kft. in Hatvan, founded in 1998, is the largest manufacturing center in the world for the Bosch Group's Automotive Electronics division. The Robert Bosch Power Tool Kft. in Miskolc, which produces DIY and gardening equipment, is Bosch's largest power tool factory worldwide, while the Robert Bosch Energy and Body Systems Kft. in Miskolc produces drives and motors for electric bicycles. Steering gears and columns are manufactured at the Robert Bosch Automotive Steering Kft. and at the Automotive Steering Column Kft. in Eger and Maklár. The company's Engineering Center Budapest has become one of Bosch's flagships in recent years and is now unavoidable in the international automotive industry.

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