Purchasing is an equipment item that can be directly supplied by the client side, and purchase in narrow meaning is limited to production equipment and utility equipment in the factory, but purchase in a broad meaning includes exterior panels and structure members.

It is the key to purchase “decent” equipment, but there are not many manufacturers (Vendors) like Korea.

So every vendors does not own a factory in Hungary, and if there is no factory, it is operated as an agency so that practical production is manufactured in other countries in Europe and then transported to Hungary.

Utility Equipment Vendor

There are well-known global vendors such as Atlas Copco, Trane, Daikin, Donaldson, Siemens, Schneider, Carrier, Baltimore, Pall, Alfa Laval, and Grunfos, and their product performance is stable, however the delivery time may take more than 4 months depending on the production situation of the factory. So it is better to make it hurry to place an order based on situation and condition. In addition, there are many Hungarian manufacturers, and it is necessary to carefully review whether the quality is verified before ordering process. Also, not all vendors provide shop manufacturing drawing(Vendor Prints) like as in Korea. Basic information according to the product model is mentioning in the catalog, and prices are proposed based on the appropriate model according to satisfy required performance of the client.


Iron/steel materials are not cheap in whole European country. Therefore, it is necessary to keep in mind that most of the equipment and materials are more expensive than Korea. In particular, there is a considerable price difference for order made products such as tanks. Therefore, some equipment may be imported from Korea for reasons such as price and communication with vendors. In this case, it is necessary to review various aspects such as licensing, customs clearance, installation and future maintenance costs. The tariff rate will be determined according to the requirements. When importing from Korea, ships are transferred to Hamburg Route, Germany, and then shipped over land, which can be transported in about two months