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Three-shift operation has started at Audi Hungaria:Viktor Orbán visited the vehicle plant

2020. 06. 15.

Győr, 15. June 2020 - From today, Audi Hungaria's engine and vehicle production is back to the normal shift operation. On the occasion of the start of three-shift operation at the vehicle plant, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, accompanied by László Palkovics, Minister for Innovation and Technology, visited the vehicle assembly plant today. Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt. presented the production process of the Audi models in Győr, the Audi A3 Cabriolet, Q3, Q3 Sportback and the TT Coupé and Roadster to the Prime Minister. During the factory visit, the Prime Minister learned about the safety measures that were implemented in order to protect the health of the company's employees.

Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria: "Our main goal was to return to normality as quickly as possible, to ensure the protection of our employees' health and to return to the usual operation. I would like to thank the Audi Hungaria team for their commitment and flexibility. The ever-changing situation still represents a major challenge for us, which requires us to act with careful deliberation. One of Audi Hungaria's strengths is its ability to respond flexibly to changing conditions. We appreciate the role of the Hungarian government in actively promoting economic recovery through a number of measures. ”

In mid-April Audi Hungaria put its production lines back into operation, initially in one shift, and then the company gradually ramped up its production. During the shutdown, the company converted its workplaces to be virus-proof in order to protect the health of its employees.

 

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