Slovenia’s Hidria was named a preferred supplier by Bosch
The Slovenia-based industrial company Hidria was named a preferred supplier by the German engineering and electronics corporation Bosch. Hidria sees this as an ”important competitive advantage” and a confirmation of its quality, especially in the car and industry segments, a company press release stated.
Hidria has been cooperating with the global supplier of systems for the automotive industry Bosch since 2005. The two companies are jointly developing and manufacturing solutions for hybrid electronic engine drives, steering systems, electro engines for oil burners and electro engines for electrical hand tools.
Hidria is among the leading European and global corporations in the field of automotive and industrial Technologies, its corporate website says. The company sells its products in 80 countries, with main markets being Germany, Hungary, France, Great Britain, Italy, Asian and US market and the domestic market in Slovenia. Hidria currently employs more than 2,000 people in its companies in Slovenia, Germany, Hungary and China.
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