Pécs, Hungary—Custom-built with an eye towards consolidating production and operations, Studer by HARMAN has opened a new manufacturing facility in Pécs, Hungary.
The Pécs plant has nearly 300 employees and 335,000 square feet of manufacturing and operational space. It is outfitted for PCBA production, machine work, equipment testing, mechanical assembly capabilities and special processes.
The facility also produces Soundcraft mixers and Martin lighting products in addition to Studer consoles. Future plans for the site include the addition of a complete, hands-on demo center in June.
“We have big plans for Studer in the coming months and years, and our investment in the best manufacturing facility and technologies is just the beginning,” said David McKinney, vice president, Hospitality CSU, Harman Professional Solutions. “We see a major shift in the broadcast industry on the horizon, and in order to best serve our customers in the space, we wanted to take a proactive approach to meet our product development commitments and position ourselves for growth.”
“We are very excited about the direction we are headed, and we are well aligned to meet and exceed our goals,” said Katy Templeman-Holmes, director, Solutions & Marketing, Broadcast, Harman Professional Solutions. “Studer is steeped in history, and with the collective power of Harman behind us, we are looking forward to offering a variety of new products and technologies as we grow and evolve with the industry.”