cargo-partner will celebrate its 25th anniversary of operations in Hungary by becoming one of the first tenants of BUD Cargo City.
Hungary was one of the company’s first foreign branches and has developed into one of the most important pillars of cargo-partner’s network.
With over 140 employees in three offices, cargo-partner will move its airport subsidiary to the newly constructed logistics centre BUD Cargo City at the end of 2019.
The logistics centre will provide a 7,500m2 warehouse with an office mezzanine as well as a three-storey office building, all designed to provide ideal conditions for airfreight forwarders.
By relocating to BUD Cargo City, the company will expand warehouse space to 1,200m2 and office space to 400m2.
cargo-partner has been represented at Budapest Airport since its foundation and has a special focus on the automotive and spare parts, pharmaceutical and healthcare, aircraft components, and electronics sectors.
The BUD Cargo City project is part of the BUD 2020 airport development programme, where Budapest Airport will invest €160-180 million in upgrades.