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UPS expands $2 mln logistics base near Budapest’s airport

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U.S.-based delivery firm UPS has begun building a $2 million expansion at its logistic base near Budapestʼs Liszt Ferenc International Airport, the Hungarian subsidiary of UPS announced today, according to news agency MTI.

The company expects the 5,200 sqm base to triple the size of UPS’s existing base near the airport. The scheduled launch of operations at the new base is January. 

UPS employs more than 350 people at seven facilities in Hungary and operates a fleet of almost 80 vehicles, MTI noted.

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