In their 2021 financial year, Intersnack Hungary Ltd. produced 10,600 tons of products for foreign markets, the company informed the state news agency MTI on Saturday.
According to the statement, the market share of the flour-based products made in Győr in the Central and Eastern European region is 11%, which gives Intersnack a leading position in the regional market for salted pretzels, pretzels and crackers.
Intersnack Hungary Ltd., which operates a factory celebrating its 30th anniversary, is part of the Intersnack Group in Germany. The group operates nearly forty production plants worldwide with different production profiles and regional markets.
Their Győr plant, NW Hungary, started production in 1992 with the Stickletti salt sticks. Today, the main task of the plant is to produce salted sticks, pretzels, crackers and mixed snacks for the Hungarian and neighboring markets.
The Győr factory processes around 1.5% of all the table wheat used in Hungary into flour, making it one of the largest users of milling wheat in Hungary.
The statement quotes Dénes Lukács, director of Intersnack's Hungarian business, as saying that HUF 2.5 billion was spent on the factory's development in 2020, last year and this year. Among the investments is the construction of a second cracker line, which is currently undergoing a trial run.
According to public company information, the company's turnover last year was HUF 19.189 billion, HUF 1.070 billion more than in 2020.
Last year, its turnover from exports was HUF 7.556 billion, HUF 430 million more than the previous year. Its profit after tax was HUF 59.8 million last year, HUF 20.9 million more than in 2020.
Intersnack Hungary Ltd. employs around 350 people.
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