Groundbreaking ceremony at Chervon Auto factory in Hungary


On 18th November, 2021 the groundbreaking ceremony was held at the future Chervon Auto factory in Miskolc, Hungary. With Bilfinger Tebodin on board, the Chinese automotive components producer received the building permit and starts the construction of their new factory.

The 50 million euro investment is a greenfield facility of 27,000 square meters. Once operational, it will create over 130 new jobs and produce two million parts for electric vehicles annually. The company's products are mainly applied to middle and high-end cars.

Chervon developed the concept design in their home country, so Bilfinger Tebodin team in Hungary ensured its validation in accordance with local regulations. Even though such approach is common among some investors, it is always beneficial to have a final revision and validation from a trusted local partner. Bilfinger Tebodin provided engineering design and support for obtaining the building permit.

Gyorgy Peter, Engineering Director at Bilfinger Tebodin: “Bilfinger Tebodin traditionally serves the original equipment manufacturers (OEM), Tier 1 & Tier 2 and tire producers. In recent 10 years, we carried out projects for over 150 automotive plants in Central and Eastern Europe. I must say, Chervon Auto project was very time driven. Together with the client, keeping constant communication and flexibility, we managed to find solutions and ways to have quick balanced decisions to move the project forward faster.”

Simon Waechter, Strategic Projects & Business Development Manager at Chervon Auto: “Chervon Auto is dedicated to world class manufacturing and high quality products. We have started to build this state-of-the-art facility, and I am happy to have Bilfinger Tebodin as a partner. We received an outstanding dedication from the management, the open communication between Chervon Auto and Bilfinger was crucial to the project’s success. Bilfinger Tebodin team provided us with stable timely deliveries and extensive local experience, which was essential to us.”

See the official press release by clicking on the image below: