At the end of June, we officially opened our automotive engineering service centre in Veszprém. The engineering team in Veszprém, in cooperation with the company's R&D centre in Budapest, is already working on development projects for the world's largest automotive manufacturers on almost every continent. The Veszprém centre works in close cooperation with the University of Pannonia and the office is also located on the university campus. The joint work includes supporting educational development activities related to automotive systems, giving lectures, providing internships and collaborating on projects and theses. Thyssenkrupp also provides workplaces for students, where they can participate in actual research and development tasks. 

The ceremony was highlighted with the attendance of Mr. Tibor Navracsics, Minister of Regional Development and President of the Foundation for the University of Pannonia; Mr. Péter Ovádi, Member of Parliament and Government Commissioner; Mr. Gyula Porga, Mayor of Veszprém; Dr. András Gelencsér, Rector of the University of Pannonia; Mr. Zsolt Csillag, Chancellor of the University of Pannonia and Mr. Marc De Bastos Eckstein, General Manager of thyssenkrupp Components Technology Hungary.

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