Hell Energy to move production to new EUR 4mn unit in Hungary.

By bne IntelliNews November 23, 2010
Domestic energy drink producer Hell Energy plans to relocate most of its operations to a new EUR 4mn factory in Szikszo, northern Hungary, in spring 2011, portfolio.hu reported. The company has purchased a bottling line from a German manufacturer with a capacity of 48,000 cans per hour. The installation of the bottling plant is already under way in the new plant, which features a 7,000 sqm production area and a 6,000 sqm logistics complex. The final decision will be made after a test run in January 2011. If the company moves production to the new plant, it will start operation by March 2011. Hell Energy's abroad operations currently include Romania, the United Kingdom, Poland, Spain, Serbia, New Zealand and Hong Kong.

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