Two years after the successful opening of a second e-HUB in Liège (LGG), Belgium, ViaEurope, a leader in e-commerce logistics in Europe, is pleased to announce the further European expansion of the company with the opening of a third e-HUB at Budapest Airport (BUD), Hungary.
The unique and strategic geographical location of Budapest Airport in CEE is an undeniable advantage for ViaEurope, as its catchment area covers the entire CEE region, including Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Croatia, Austria, Slovenia, Czech Republic , parts of Germany etc.
Also, the recently signed cooperation agreement between China and Hungary, the so-called “Air Silk Road”, has led to the establishment of a special logistics center for cargo flights: BUD Cargo City. This new freight handling center, which opened in January 2020, allows ViaEurope to manage its own Customs warehouse and to digitalize customs clearance 24/7. The ViaEurope e-HUB is located directly at the airport and has easy access to the runways, a direct connection to Hungary's motorway network and easy access to neighboring countries. The new facilities of BUD Cargo City and the current network of cargo flights provide an excellent environment for ViaEurope to start its BUD e-HUB project.
ViaEurope BUD e-HUB will be operational just in time for the next peak season in November. As in AMS and LGG, the company will offer a comprehensive portfolio of solutions, including airport handling, customs clearance, last-mile delivery and line haul services.
About the company
ViaEurope is an e-logistics company based in Amsterdam. Although it has been active in the field of technology and logistics for five years, the company still operates and grows with a start-up mentality. Technology is at the heart of business strategy. ViaEurope processes more than 350 tons or more than 300.000 e-commerce parcels per day. The bulk of the volume comes via air, sea, rail and road and is routed through the connected e-HUBs at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Liege Airport in Belgium and now Budapest in Hungary. For more information, visit our website viaeurope.com and our Linkedin profile.
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