Hungary Trade Mission

9 – 11 May 2022

Hungary has a substantial automotive sector, with manufacturers including VW, BMW and Mercedes all having local plants. Almost 400,000 vehicles were produced in Hungarian factories in 2021.

Join the UK Delegation for the Automotive Trade Mission to Hungary:
  • Visit Hungary with support from SMMT and the Department for International Trade
  • Introductions to key automotive industry bodies
  • Visit Hungary’s main auto show – Automotive Hungary
  • Site visits
Visit benefits:
  • Gain understanding of the automotive sector in Hungary
  • Develop understanding of opportunities for your company in Hungary
  • Meet with new contacts, including organisations who can provide local advice and introduction
Agenda (timings subject to change):
  • 9 May – Delegation arrives, briefing and networking reception at the British Ambassador’s Residence
  • 10 May – Visit Automotive Hungary supported by automotive industry bodies MAJOSZ and MAGE, and investment agency HIPA
  • 11 May – Site visits (companies to be confirmed) and return to the UK. Delegates may optionally stay on for more time at the Automotive Hungary show.

£250+VAT for SMMT members
£350+VAT for non-members of SMMT
(Please contact if you would like to speak about SMMT membership)

Register here

Please contact us if you have any questions about the visit or application process.



The Association of Hungarian Automotive Component Manufacturers (MAJOSZ) was founded in April 1993 and currently has a membership of approximately 300, including about 90 service providers as supporting members.

The Association of Hungarian Automotive Industry (MAGE) is national professional body-representing the interest of vehicle producers and suppliers. Approximately 60 members are OEMs and TIER1-TIER2 companies.

In a one-stop shop service model, the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) provides a wide range of free of charge services for foreign investors from site selection to tailor-made incentive offers and much more.

HIPA gathers the information needed for decision-making, mediates between government and your business, helps you identify suitable local suppliers, and supports your further expansion plans.


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