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InfoGroup opens warehouse in Hungary

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Real estate developer InfoGroup inaugurated a 4,600 sqm warehouse in the Polgár industrial park, northeastern Hungary, yesterday. 

Screengrab of the firmʼs website.

The company received a HUF 300 mln European Union grant for the project, said Emese Horváth, sales and development director. InfoGroup now has more than 23,000 sqm of warehouse space in the Polgár industrial park.

The companyʼs partners include Volvo Truck, Delta Truck, Jabil Circuit, Toyota Tsusho and pasta maker Gyermelyi. The company would like to add another 5,000 sqm of warehouse space by year-end, Horvath said.

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