Transport company BHS Trans is to build a new logistics warehouse centre on 10,000 square metres in Debrecen, Eastern Hungary. The warehouse is part of a HUF 7.5 billion investment project, which the state supported with a HUF 3.4 billion grant. The facility will go into operation in early 2021 and the project is to create 165 new jobs.
BHS Trans currently has four facilities in Hungary, in Dunakeszi, Pécs, Székesfehérvár and Szikszó. With the addition of four new bases this year it will be able to serve its partners from within 150 kilometres anywhere in the country. New units are being constructed in the western part of the country in Keszthely, in the south in Pécs, and in two county centres in the east, in Debrecen and Szeged.
The largest warehouse in Debrecen will sprawl on nearly 10,000 square metres and a section of it will be fit to store refrigerated products as well.
The company's HUF 7.6 bn project, which is to create 165 new jobs, is supported by a HUF 3.4 bn non-refundable state subsidy.
BHS Trans, founded in 2011, has become a key player on the local logistics market over the last few years and it is also present on the international market. Its partners include Hungary's leading manufacturing companies and retail chains. One of its key strategic partners is Hell Energy Hungary Ltd., the whole distribution of which is handled by BHS Trans, including the domestic market, Cyprus and India.
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