The Debrecen Logistics Centre and Industrial Park covers 28 hectares. Since 2017 the industrial park offers 6 halls at the disposal of client companies. The number of buildings is continuously increasing with the construction of modern warehouses tailored to the needs of the tenants. The area of the park is subject to expansion.
The industrial park is covered by the full range of public utility services: water and plumbing, electrical and gas network. The estate is fully enclosed and enjoys complex object protection: the park features an access control and monitoring system. In addition to a built-in fire alarm system the fire safety of residents businesses is also maintained by the facility’s own fire department.
The park is easily accessible with public transportation, and a modern parking lot is available for both passenger and commercial vehicles. The Debrecen International Airport is located only 5 km away, while the freeway is at a 10 km distance from the facility, which is also connected to railway sidings.
More than 800 people are employed within the area of the park, where in order to provide a full range of services to the tenants, in addition to warehouse renting the operator, DELOG (Debrecen Logistics Centre and Industrial Park Ltd.), offers warehouse services, complex logistics services, and back office functions as well.
The Debrecen Logistics Centre and Industrial Park provides sites or headquarters to 27 resident companies (e.g. DELOG Kft., Trans-Sped Kft., Family Frost Kft., WKS Ungarn Kft., TEVA Pharmaceutical Works Ltd., and Sváb Gasztro Kft.).
The basic services of the industrial park include a 24-hour access control, a monitoring system, a parking lot for commercial and passenger vehicles, the renting of dining, training and meeting rooms and halls, and post and back-office services (accounting-bookkeeping, HR, IT, project development and implementation, marketing communication and tender management).
As additional logistics services the operator of the industrial park provides warehousing, road, sea and air, and container freight forwarding, customs administration, picking and packing and value-added services such as filling, unit load production, shrink wrapping, labelling, and bagging. The additional production logistics services are the following:
- Supplying for the appropriate elements of the technological process
- Intermediate storage
- Scheduling intermediate shipping, internal transportation and shipping
- Full scale maintenance services (engineer, mechanic, electrician)
- Integration to the production processes with the adoption of the client’s system of requirements
As a further additional service there is a 60 ton weigh-bridge available at the industrial park.
In accordance with sustainable development and the protection of the environment all warehouses within the premises of the park are insulated, and all industrial gates are sectional and insulated as well. At the central office building and three warehouses the heating and cooling is provided by renewable energy: an air source heat pump based heating system is in place, and the premises are available for installing solar panels as well.
The operator uses ISO 9001, 14001 and 50001 integrated systems at the park, and also has contingency plans. The smooth operation of the facilities and warehouses are guaranteed by planned and regular maintenance activities. For the sake of workplace wellbeing there is a recreation park and for an aesthetically pleasing experience, regular park maintenance is performed.
Trans-Sped maintains long standing working relationships with a selection of international and domestic corporations, often by supporting the operation of a whole production unit with its reliable and complex logistics and technical solutions. Their efficiency is confirmed by the fact that they build more and more warehouses, usually tailored to specific and individual customer needs.
The owner and operator of the Logistic Centre and Industrial Park in Debrecen, DELOG Ltd., has implemented a business infrastructure development project that creates an attractive and modern investment environment to maintain regional competitiveness and to support the economic activities of companies creating high added value.
The developments realized within the framework of the New Széchenyi Plan have obtained EU funding as well. With the improvement of business infrastructure the project aims on the one hand to enhance the safety and comfort of the resident companies, and on the other to attract new businesses to the park, which can be beneficial to the economy of the whole region.
The long term goals of the project:
- Increase the recognition and importance of the Industrial Park.
- Increase the number of businesses and employees within the park.
- Reinvest the revenue increase resulting from advanced services into new developments.
Short term goals:
- Attract new companies – with the expansion of office space, the modernization of the existing warehouses, and the creation of a picking and packing area.
- Increase the tenements of resident companies, attract new projects.
- With the procurement of IT equipment create the basis of a new document archiving system.
- Implement a heating and cooling system using renewable energy.
- Promote healthy lifestyle with installing a bicycle parking station and relocating the smoking areas farther away from the workplaces.
- Protection of the environment: install direct electrical charge stations for refrigerator vehicles entering the Industrial Park. This system eliminates the fuel consumption of an idling vehicle and thus reduces emission.
The industrial hall intended to enhance the competitiveness of the industrial park was opened on the 1st of October 2015 at the industrial park operated by DELOG Kft. Hall J2 is the first part to be built of a larger compound with a total area of more than 20.000 m². The 12.48 m high building with a floor area of 4386.75 m² is divided into 3 fire sections, and monitoring, fire alarm and access control systems have also been installed as per the industrial park’s security regulations. The entire building uses renewable energy sources for the heating and cooling of the hall.
Project title: Enhancing the competitiveness of the industrial park with the construction of a modern industrial hall at the expanded area of the Debrecen Logistic Centre and Industrial Park, ID number: ÉAOP-1.1.1/A-13-2013-0023
The project was realized through the European Regional Development Fund and the central government budget appropriation, a 50% grant awarded by the New Széchenyi Plan Northern Great Plain Operational Programme, which contributed HUF 300 million to the HUF 608 million investment. The project was launched on the 16th of April 2015 and was completed in record time, under only 4.5 months.