Equip Test Hungarian company opens a factory in Moldova on October 1 with 50 workplaces for the production of electronic equipment testing systems
This was stated at a meeting that Minister of Economy and Infrastructure of Moldova Chiril Gaburici held with representatives of the Hungarian company. The head of the Moldovan department welcomed the decision of Equip Test to invest in Moldova, even despite the fact that neighboring countries look more attractive against our background. "We will provide all possible support so that it can take advantage of all the opportunities and privileges of free economic zones and develop this project in our market. I know that Equip Test produces equipment for famous world companies, including Fujikura, which also operates in our country. This is a good opportunity to win the trust of other large companies that could invest in Moldova," Chiril Gaburici said. During the meeting, the executive directors of the Hungarian company Zoltan Kadar and Csaba Kadar stressed that they carefully studied the investment opportunities of our country for their business after attending the Moldova Automotive Days 2018. They also stated that Equip Test is the world's manufacturer of measuring and testing systems for printed circuit boards and cables. In recent years, Equip Test has launched production facilities in Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland and Serbia and is planning to expand further. "We highly appreciate the efforts of the Moldovan government in carrying out economic reforms and providing conditions for investment. We want to open a factory for the production of electronic devices testing systems in "Expo-Business-Chisinau" FEZ. In the next 2 years we plan to provide jobs to 50 qualified specialists, engineers and workers. In 3-4 years the number of employees will reach 100 people. We look forward to the assistance of the authorities in the development of business and the introduction of modern technologies in the development and production of test equipment for printed circuit boards and cables. In spite of what we considered as an option for the production of Romania, the choice eventually fell on Moldova," Zoltan Kadar said. //10.09.2018 - InfoMarket.