Community Goals by Prolan Donations

At Prolan’s we are aware that our actions affect society. This influence is reached by technical innovations – as a socially accountable company we regularly help to implement corporate social responsibility programs. The Budakalasz Public Foundation of the local government and The Saint Francis Foundation of Deva reported the results of formerly received Prolan donations.


Tamás MOSÓ PhD. (1953-2020)

PhD Tamás Mosó, chief engineer and founding member of Prolan Process Co., passed away after a valiant battle with his illness. Tamás was a determining computer specialist who played a key role in the development of all the products of our company. His work sets an example for all of us!


Internship at Prolan

This year our interns are students from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and the University of Óbuda.


30-year history of Prolan

This year, we commemorated the 30-year history of Prolan. We have celebrated the 30th anniversary of Prolan with our colleagues and their families at the Hungarian Railway Museum and Park. All pandemic regulations were strictly kept.


Prolan summer day camp

Schools closed in March as a result of the epidemiological emergency posed unprecedented challenges for parents with young children. In many cases, they had to deal not only with studying and working from home at the same time, but also with how they could stay home with children for such a long time. In this situation, the importance of summer camps and the demand for them has increased. We started the fourth annual daycare camp at Prolan which aroused great interest. In July, the children and grandchildren of our employees can camp for up to five weeks in a safe and beautiful environment with qualified teachers. As a family-friendly workplace, we were happy to take on this challenge.



The 30-year-old Prolan Zrt. is donating 7 million HUF to the National Blood Supply Service and helping the local government of Budakalász to solve the epidemic situation with an additional 3 million HUF grant.