BUDAPEST – Porsche Hungaria Kft., Hungary’s largest vehicle importer, inaugurates a new €13 million ($15 million) parts warehouse in Budaors, near Budapest. The Hungarian subsidiary, owned by Austrian Porsche Holding, imports Volkswagen, Audi, Skoda, SEAT and Porsche brands. The center includes 107,460 sq.-ft. (10,500 sq.-m) of warehouse space and 17,222 sq.-ft. (1,600 sq.-m) of office space. The new facility employs 90 people. The warehouse not only will be used for Hungary but also ...
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