Borsodi Completes new Logistics Hall


Borsodi Brewery has completed a new logistics hall worth nearly HUF 1 billion, allowing the company to optimize its logistics processes, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The new logistics hall increases the number of Borsodi's employees by 40.

Thanks to the investments started in 2018, the Bőcs plant of Borsodi Brewery is now the regional headquarters of Molson Coors Beverage Company, one of the world's largest beer companies. The increased production capacity has also made it necessary to improve the plant's logistics. As part of this process, the company has upgraded the road network around the brewery and inaugurated the new 3,300 sqm logistics hall. The new hall will enable warehouse utilization to be improved and loading times to be reduced by almost 10%.

"The investment we have just completed, the handover of our new logistics hall, is an important part of Borsodi Brewery's long-term strategy. By optimizing our storage and transport processes, and reducing loading times, we can operate more efficiently and serve our partners faster and more flexibly," said Zsolt Vuleta, managing and commercial director of Borsodi Brewery.

"The development is closely linked to our previous three-year investment program in the production area, with plans for the construction of the hall and the improvement of the road network already completed at that time. The delivery of the new hall will help us to successfully fulfill our role as a regional manufacturing hub," he added.  

The new hall took nine months to build, and the increased capacity resulting from the investment will be available to the factory as early as this year.


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