New clay roofs for Hungary – Tondach Gleinstätten AG produces large-size roofing tiles at its new Csabai II plant

Tondach Gleinstätten has been actively involved with operations in Hungary since 1992, following its acquisition of shares in Jamina AG in Békéscsaba. 1993 saw a second phase of expansion with Tondach taking a stake in Csorna-Beled AG. In 2002 the Austrian company bought 100% of shares in the Tata roofing tile factory. On 27 March 2009, Tondach AG opened its most modern and largest project in Hungary – the Csabai II roofing tile plant – and with this, Tondach has set new standards.

1 Introduction

Employing around 3 100 people in 11 countries, Tondach Gleinstätten AG now produces around 500 mill. roofing tiles and around 305 mill. standard-size masonry bricks. In 2008, its 34 plants at 28 locations generated a turnover of € 258 mill. In the years 1992 to 2008, Tondach invested around € 470 mill. in new plants and the modernization of existing sites, € 155 mill. of which in Hungary alone. Here the company is currently operating at six locations with eight plants:
› Jamina, Békéscsaba
› Csabai, Békéscsaba
› Csorna, Csorna
› Beled, Beled
› Tata, Tata
› Budapest, Budapest (sales...

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