New logistic centre of Révész Group has been delivered in Nyíregyháza

New logistic centre of Révész Group has been delivered in Nyíregyháza

Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister and Bálint Révész, owner of Révész Group

The latest project of Révész-Nyírlog Logisztikai, Kereskedelmi és Szolgáltató Kft. owned by Révész Logisztikai Holding Zrt. has been completed. As a result of the development implemented from EUR 28 million, a more than 52,000-square metre logistics centre has been established, supplemented with a warehouse hall, an office building and accessory rooms. As a result of the expansion, more than 260,000 square metres of warehouse capacity is available in total to the Group and 85 new jobs have also been created.

The Révész Group is one of the important transportation, forwarding and logistics providers not only in Hungary, but also in all Europe. The company, which has been operating as a family business to date, started its activities with forwarding, then, as a response to market challenges, it began to also engage in the construction of warehouses. The Révész Group performs its activities by focusing on three areas of activities: transport of goods by road and forwarding, logistics, and financial and other services. Its most important partners include BorsodChem, Messer, Gefco, Unilever and Slovnaft. In addition, the Group's main warehousing partners include, among others, Michelin, Lego, Electrolux Lehel, Alfi-Ker (Real Network) and Sematic.

Révész-Nyírlog Kft., which implements the Nyíregyháza development, belongs to the logistics profile of the Group. Together with the more than 52,000 square metres established in the just delivered centre, the Révész Group's own warehouse space exceeds 260,000 square metres. With 500 heavy goods lorries and 600 employees, the Hungarian-owned and managed Group is Hungary's market-leading logistics and forwarding company, and is within the top 10 even in Europe.

The Hungarian Government – in cooperation with the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) – provided subsidy based on individual government decision to the project.