Hella Saturnus to build EUR 108 million logistics centre in Slovenia
• Lighting • News • South-East European INDUSTRIAL Мarket - issue 1/2022 • 22.03.2022
Hella Saturnus Slovenija, a subsidiary of German group Hella, plans to build a EUR 107,7 million logistics centre according to a document, published on the Slovenian government’s website. The company has applied for a EUR 5,4 million government incentive for the project and intends to open 50 jobs at the logistics centre by the end of 2024, the document showed.
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Hella Saturnus will make an investment of EUR 69,8 million euro in machinery and equipment. The centre will include a laboratory, logistics and production facilities, as well as a high rack warehouse. Its purpose will be to diversify the company’s electronic components manufacturing activities.
Hella Saturnus manufactures auxiliary lamps, sports car lighting equipment and single-function lamps. French automotive supplier Faurecia acquired an 80% stake in the capital of Hella Saturnus’ owner Hella in January.
Keywords: Hella Saturnus, Hella, automotive industry, lighting
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