Motcomb provides assistance, advice and help for those companies that are wishing to set up or relocate to Central and Eastern Europe, especially to Hungary. It communicates the past, existing and forecasted business conditions, elements of the economic legislation. Also, it provides information on the labor availability, wage costs and other issues, which are necessary for an appropriate investment decision. It advises also on the available financial grants and incentives applicable for such investments. Based on the Customers' requirements, it makes recommendations / site selection for the appropriate site/location of the project.
Motcomb does not only consult, but makes things happen. It aims at having a long term partnership with its Clients in order to understand their problems, and find the best solution to them. Most foreign companies require long term, continuously available local support. Motcomb provides that support from the conception to the completion of a project. Its main role is to support the country selection, the site selection, the creation of the business infrastructure and the construction processes.
Motcomb provides assistance and advice related to the various permits and approvals that are needed to start up the production and operate a manufacturing plant. It also assists its Clients in their production transfer and expansion projects.
Most manufacturing companies wish to source locally a substantial amount of the parts and components that they use for their end products. Motcomb will provide effective help for these companies.
Motcomb is part of a group of Hungarian companies that develop industrial parks in the country. (Being part of a group of Hungarian companies that develop industrial parks within the borders, Motcomb has gained experience in several industrial parks throughout the country.)

The most successful industrial park of them is the Tatabánya Industrial Park: - located 60 kms (kilometres) West of Budapest, in perfect logistical location - the land area of the park is app 580 ha, about 1/2 of which is still available for future industrial developments.