Alpár Kató | Dec 8, 2018 | 2
Szentkirályi-Kékkúti Ásványvíz inaugurates EUR 7m expansion
Mineral water and soft drinks company Szentkirályi-Kékkúti Ásványvíz on Wednesday inaugurated a EUR 7m plant and bottling line in Szentkirály, central Hungary.
The new line has a capacity to fill 32,000 bottles per hour, said CEO Levente Balogh.
Minister of Agriculture István Nagy participated in the inauguration ceremony.
Balogh teamed up with Italy’s Pasquale family in 2015, merging his Szentkirályi business with their Hungarian bottler Kékkúti to form Szentkiralyi-Kékkúti.
The company had a revenue of 16 billion forints (EUR 49.5m) last year, public records show. It employs over 330 people.
Featured image: MTI