Our plant in Esztergom, Hungary


KIRCHHOFF Hungária Kft.

Mátyás király utca 52.

2500 Esztergom


+36 33 511 180


Employees: 750
Building area: 31.000 m²
Year of foundation: 2004

About the plant

KIRCHHOFF Automotive opened its Esztergom plant in 2004. This location supplies more than ten international automobile manufacturers. The core activity of our company is the production of vehicle body parts using unique technologies, such as spot and arc welding (manual and robotic), laser cutting, cold pressing (manual and automated/with Servo transfer), and, for the first time in Hungary, hot forming.

Managing Directors


Géza Körtvélyessy
Managing Director Administration


KIRCHHOFF Hungária Kft.

Mátyás király utca 52.

2500 Esztergom



Szilárd Méri
Managing Director Operations


KIRCHHOFF Hungária Kft.

Mátyás király utca 52.

2500 Esztergom



Working and living in the region

In northern Hungary, on the banks of the Danube, lies the former capital of Hungary, Esztergom. The town can look back on a history spanning more than 1000 years. Following the Great Slav Rising of 983, Emperor Otto III established the archbishopric of Gran to promote the conversion of the country to Christianity. It was the ecclesiastical centre of the Kingdom of Hungary and, until the 18th century, consisted largely of present-day Slovakia. Today Esztergom is a popular travel destination with many historical buildings, including the Castle Hill Basilica, the symbol of the town and the tallest building in the country, as well as St. Stephen’s Coronation Statue.

In Esztergom, they know how to party. The city puts on the annual lantern show and carnival as well as numerous music festivals and a bridge festival, which is organised and hosted jointly with their neighbours on the Slovakian side of the river.

Esztergom is home to one university, seven secondary schools, and seven primary schools. The skyline is dominated by the largest classical basilica in Hungary, the Primatial Basilica of the Blessed Virgin Mary Assumed Into Heaven and St. Adalbert (built between 1822 and 1856 by József Hild). This, the largest Catholic church in Hungary, and its adjoining Renaissance chapel are visible from afar, perched high on Castle Hill. 

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