Rheinmetall Industry Days Hungary 2021 to be held this month

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For the first time, all three Rheinmetall divisions active in the defense sector will present themselves to their current and potential Hungarian industry partners at the Rheinmetall Industry Days Hungary 2021 this month.

The focus of the Rheinmetall Industry Days Hungary is to connect with suppliers for the joint development and production of modern technologies and equipment for the Hungarian armed forces and potentially export customers.

The Industry Days are set to be held on November 24-25 at Hilton Budapest. 

The event is supported by the Hungarian government with Minister of Innovation and Technology László Palkovics set to participate.

Hungarian companies interested in taking part can register here.

Only two representatives per company have access to the event. The registration is highly appreciated not later than 17 November to give Rheinmetall the time to create a schedule for the B2B discussions and inform the participants about their time slot, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

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