US express delivery company UPS has inaugurated its Hungarian unit’s new headquarters and logistic base, completed at a cost of 2 million dollars, in the Airport City logistic park in Vecsés, near Budapest’s international airport. Jim Kearney, head of UPS Hungary, said the 5,200sqm base has tripled the size of UPS’s earlier base near the airport.
The Vecsés base, which employs 140 people, will also operate as a regional base, UPS said. UPS employs more than 350 people at seven facilities in Hungary and operates a fleet of 80 vehicles.
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