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Magyar Posta adds another package depot in southwest

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State-owned Hungarian postal company Magyar Posta on Monday said it is building a package depot in Nagykanizsa (194 km southwest of the capital) in a greenfield investment worth "several hundred million forints", according to a report by state news wire MTI.

About 100 people will work at the 2,800 sqm depot. It will serve an area with close to 140,000 residents.

Last year, 133,000 packages were delivered by post in Nagykanizsa.

Magyar Posta is spending about HUF 50 billion to upgrade and automate its package delivery infrastructure by 2023.

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