Category Archives: Eurostat

Hungary’s still Hungry for FERMAT Machine Tools; a 20-year milestone for Fermat Gépek Kft.

November 14, 2018  
Budapest Hungary Parliament on the Danube_Hungarian Flag

Riding a solid demand for high-quality machine tools in Hungary, FERMAT’s local branch, Fermat Gépek Kft., has been supplying customers with powerful and precise horizontal boring mills and accessories for over two decades. Modern Manufacturing, Smart Employment According to the EU’s brainy number-crunchers at Eurostat, much of this enthusiasm for… Read more »

Paint by Numbers; According to Eurostat, the Czech Republic’s a Masterpiece, a Land of Plenty in Modern Manufacturing

June 7, 2016  
The Czech Republic_Land of Plenty in Modern Manufacturing

The statistics are in.  Eurostat, the European Union’s office of slide-rule toting, number-crunching statisticians, shows the Czech Republic has built one of the best manufacturing economies in the EU.  Though not a reputed powerhouse like its northern neighbor, it rivals the Teutonic Titan in technological tenacity and decidedly defeats it in… Read more »