Wing Completes Airport City Hall 'I'

Industrial

Wing has completed the latest hall at Airport City Business Park, located at Ferenc Liszt International Airport, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The 6,000 sqm hall, featuring flexible solutions and cutting-edge technological innovations, already has a 100% occupancy rate.

Airport City offers solutions that support warehouse logistics activities and several other features to ease the day-to-day operation of its tenants.

These include comprehensive customs services, free truck parking, and office layout designs for new tenants to ensure smooth operation from day one.

In the coming years, Wing is planning to expand the popular Airport City Business Park, which first opened 15 years ago, in several phases, with a special focus on sustainability, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

With an industrial property portfolio of nearly 300,000 sqm, an almost 100% current occupancy rate, and 200,000+ sqm of development potential, Wing is one of the largest industrial developers around Budapest. Wing is now providing customized, modern halls to major companies, including Philip Morris, Phoenix Pharma, Wizz Air, and fulfillment services provider Webshippy.

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