DHL expanding in Hungary
DHL Express Hungary Kft. is preparing to hire 100 new colleagues, open two new depots, and install several green projects, including its own electric vans, electric bicycles, electric chargers, and vending machines, according to business daily Világgazdaság.
The Hungarian express business of the leading German logistics company says it is responding to the changing international environment, growing e-commerce, and the increased and rapidly changing needs of customers and buyers.
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