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DPD setting up a distribution center in Budapest

Cushman & Wakefield represented one of the most dynamicly growing ‘CEP’ (Courier Express Parcel) market participant, DPD Hungary Ltd, courier express service provider with their lease transaction to open up a 3,000 sqm distribution centre in Budapest.

The industrial experts at Cushman & Wakefield helped the decision making process when choosing the premises and contributed to negotiating the long term lease contract.

Gábor Halász-Csatári, Associate, head of industrial at Cushman & Wakefield said: “After a long searching and negotiating process, we found the perfect location for DPD Hungary in the South Buda area. The newly leased scheme is currently being completely rebuilt to suit all the needs of such a high profile Tenant. Due to the good accessibility and the ability to load more than 60 cars at the same time, we are confident, that it will serve DPD’s long term real estate needs in Hungary.”

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