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Meanwhile, one of the largest bus factories in the Central and Eastern European region will be handed over in Mosonmagyaróvár this year!

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One of the largest bus factories in the Central and Eastern European region will be handed over in Mosonmagyaróvár this year, and Credobus will be able to produce up to a thousand buses a year thanks to the investment. The company has also begun development of electric vehicles. Last year, Hungary's market leader handed over 420 buses to Volánbus and added the production of an articulated urban model.
Despite the uncertainties in the world market, the Kravtex-Kühne Group continued to build in Mosonmagyaróvár last year. In addition to the ongoing reconstruction of the foundry, the third phase of the new bus factory in Mosonmagyaróvár, which has been continuously expanding since 2008, will be completed this year, said Attila Tormássy, sales manager. The government provided support of about HUF 470 million for the total investment of more than two billion forints, which, among other things, creates the production environment for the frame structures of articulated buses.

The resulting bus factory of more than 20,000 square meters will be one of the largest in the Central and Eastern European region.
With the new production site, the group's capacity will increase to a thousand buses a year, taking into account the multi-shift work schedule.

In response to the tightening of European emission standards and the Green Bus program, Credobus began developing an electric family of models in the autumn, which is expected to start production in 2023 in Mosonmagyaróvár and Győr, said the sales manager. The development is a very significant investment in the electrification of Hungarian bus production.

According to the group's engineers, the new electric Credobuses will be made particularly competitive by the group's engineers: the buses' own weight will be lower, so the battery pack will not reduce the capacity too much, and the range may be longer. By the middle of the decade, half of the buses sold by the group could be electric.

Credobus closed an exceptionally good year last year, winning a total of 420 buses in two public procurement procedures. As a result, the performance of the Hungarian bus industry reached a twenty-year high last year, said Attila Tormássy.

In addition to Credobs, only one argument is that their production creates Hungarian jobs and generates budget payments. The ultra-lightweight, economically-operated buses deliver fuel savings of up to 15 percent, billions of tons, and reduce CO2 emissions from road transport by thousands of tons per year.

The group introduced its articulated model, the Credobus Econell 18 Next, last autumn. The novelty is the world's lightest 18-meter articulated bus. With its innovative chassis and optimized chassis, the vehicle’s own weight is at least three tonnes lighter than its competitors: just around 14 tonnes instead of the usual 17-18. Due to the simple correlation between lower curb weight and fuel consumption, the new Econell 18 Next has the best fuel economy and lowest specific CO2 emissions in its category.

The Kravtex-Kühne Group has relaunched Hungarian bus production in two decades and has become one of the largest domestically owned industrial companies thanks to its Credobus buses. Credobus produces about 300 buses a year, which keep more than 500 jobs within the group and at least another 150 for Hungarian suppliers.

Today, Credobus is the number one domestic bus manufacturer, and its products are market leaders in several segments and are widespread throughout Hungary: the brand is present in state and municipal transport service providers, and its special buses are used by the police, the military and public health organizations.

The group has produced more than 2,600 buses so far, and its vehicles account for about forty percent of Volanbus' long-distance fleet of 6,200 nationwide.

In addition to the bus market, the group of companies is active in agriculture through Kühne Mezőgazdasági Gépgyár Zrt., And also in the passenger transport market thanks to Panoráma Tourist Kft. In Szolnok. The turnover of the Kravtex-Kühne Group increased significantly last year, and the group's unconsolidated sales revenue in 2021 is expected to exceed HUF 30 billion.

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