Hi-Technology Moldings Slovakia produces a complex of various plastic moldings using injection technology and also offers molding assembly and logistics services. The final products are intended for the maritime safety, medical devices, electrical engineering, transport, health and safety at work and defense industries. The company was established in Košice in March 2007 as the only foreign representative of the British company Hi-Technology Group Ltd. Currently, it is dynamically developing its activity focused on the design of moldings, the production of pressing molds, pressing and assembly of plastic components, which it supplies to its customers all over the world.

The new premises meet all the company's requirements and were ready for turnkey. The modern hall offers smart green solutions compared to brownfields and has the Breeam Very Good certificate, which ultimately brings even today incomparable savings in energy costs. It was sustainability and efficient handling of energy, or an incomparably lower carbon footprint, that were a significant motivation for change.

"After fifteen years of work and meeting demanding customer requirements in the original premises, the company's management decided on the need to expand the company's production capacity. In CTPark in Košice, we found a friendly partner who accommodated us and fulfilled our expectations. The company can now continue to fulfill its tasks in modern premises with sufficient capacity to carry out further development. We are also pleased by the fact that on 23/03/2023 the new operation was personally opened by the Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, His Excellency Nigel Baker OBE MVO," said Ing. Peter Rozum, General Manager of Hi-Technology Moldings Slovakia.

The modern hall in CTPark Košice has an area of 4056 m². The production unit itself had to be modified so that the seamless integration of overhead cranes, distribution of cooling process water, compressed air and processed plastic granulate could be ensured. At the same time, the premises were also used for service activities and purpose-designed warehouse management. The working environment is designed generously with modern social facilities for employees.

"This is a sample "use case", when our client very responsibly evaluated the benefits of the so-called A-class representative industrial premises, which will have a positive impact not only on energy savings, but will also create an adequate working environment with everything that goes with it," said Ján Rakovský, Senior Business Developer CTP.

CTPark Košice consists of six industrial buildings with a leasable area of over 76,000 m². It has a strategic location in the second largest city of Slovakia with an adjacent international airport and an excellent connection to the D1 highway with Prešov (35 km), as well as with the whole of Slovakia. The project represents a modern class A industrial park with premises suitable for logistics, distribution and light industry.