Experienced Courier Company Moves to ZenGarden Office Building

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Courier and logistics company, Fürgefutár.hu, founded in 2010, has selected ZenGarden as the location of its new office, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Their new home on the 8th floor provides a peaceful work environment for their more than 20 employees. 

Over the past 12 years, the company has become a success story, having grown from a startup to where it is today. By developing a new platform that enabled all courier services to provide their best prices, the company was able to scale up its number of customers to over 120,000.

"Our harmonious relationship with ConvergenCE has a history of several years now," Colin Snead, CEO of Fürgefutár.hu says. "It has always been important for us to have partners with a similar attitude and philosophy in terms of providing services and products of the highest possible quality. As ZenGarden is a beautifully refurbished office with excellent quality and location, it represents a new milestone and a big step forward in our company's journey."

"It's a great honor for us to receive a long-term contract and a new collaboration that reflects trust," - notes Dóra Papp-Vas, Leasing Director at ConvergenCE. "The newly repositioned ZenGarden office underwent a EUR 2.5 million development, resulting in state-of-the-art energy-efficient and cost-effective services. I am delighted to announce that Fürgefutár.hu is once again our partner." 

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