Trans-Sped moves to new Budapest offices
Debrecen-based Hungarian logistics firm Trans-Sped has moved to the Máriássy Ház Modern Office Building in Budapest, merging its offices into one joint office from June, real estate firm Eston said in a press release yesterday.
The firm was looking for offices in a modern environment, in the close vicinity of Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt International Airport. The deal was closed in just three months in the second quarter, Eston said about representing the logistics firm in the process.
“Understanding the demands, knowing the current offices on offer, and a professional approach were the keys to the fast transaction,” said Adorján Salamon, the CEO of Eston International Zrt.
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