Hungary renewing!



Hungary renewing!

With the support provided by the European Union and the Hungarian State, and through a development grant for logistics centers and services, G.E.B.E. Domestic and International Freight Transport Ltd. has built a regional logistics center with a usable area of over 5000 square meters.

The newly built warehouse is designed to meet the highest customer requirements. The warehouse facility is heated, equipped with sprinklers, FM audited, equipped with security measures, and CCTV cameras.

The investment included not only the construction of a warehouse building with an area of over 5000 square meters but also the modernization of the logistics system environment.

The total cost of the investment, amounting to 670 million Hungarian Forints, received non-repayable support of 217 million Hungarian Forints under the New Széchenyi Plan.

With this investment, the company has further increased its regional presence in the market of logistics service providers, significantly expanding its workforce.

Supervisory authority:

National Development Agency (
Address: 1077 Budapest, Wesselényi u. 20-22.

Cooperating organization:

MAG- Hungarian Economic Development Center Ltd.
1139 Budapest, Váci u. 83.
Name of the Beneficiary: G.E.B.E. Domestic and International Freight Transport Ltd.
Project title: Value-added logistics service development at G.E.B.E. Ltd.
Contracted support amount: 250,000,000 HUF
Rate of support: 49.70%

Description of the project content:

The company carried out a new investment at its site located at Amerikai fasor 3/A, Székesfehérvár, aimed at providing increased value-added logistics services.

As part of the investment, a warehouse with an area of over 5000 square meters was built.

The interior design of the warehouse was planned in a narrow aisle system to maximize the number of pallets stored. The equipment of the building should be suitable for storage and other operational logistics services (picking, repackaging, quality assurance services) while allowing capacities for direct production support. This implies a 7-day, 3-shift operation.

To carry out the tasks, various new equipment was required, such as electric rider pallet trucks for loading and unloading at ramp docks; internal material handling required reach trucks and narrow aisle trucks for moving between operational areas.

The investment was carried out in accordance with the terms of the current support agreement.

Project completion date: 2019.09.30.

Project ID: GINOP-1.2.5-15-2017-00024


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