Aldi developing second service center in Hungary

Aldi developing second service center in Hungary

Published at: 2019-09-05 09:55 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Aldi International IT Services is planning to open a second service center in Hungary. The center will be developed in Pecs in the southern part of the country. The German company intends to invest HUF 1.3bn in the project with a HUF 300m grant from the Hungarian government. Aldi will hire 70 people to staff the new center, bringing its Hungarian employee count to 150. The Pecs center will provide support services to 3,800 stores and 55 logistic centers.

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