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Relocation company to move to Infopark E

Move One, the international logistics, relocation and moving company relocates its offices to Infopark E. IVG Hungary, the landlord of Infopark E will deliver the full fit-out of the 560 sq m office space in record time so the moving company can move in at the beginning of August.

Move One provides time-critical supply chain solutions in the areas of logistics, relocation and moving. Their strategically positioned international offices and partners deliver a door-to-door service unparalleled in the industry. Founded in 1992, Move One has grown aggressively through its pursuit of new markets and results-driven company culture. Head quartered in Dubai UAE, Move One is geographically positioned for further expansion in the logistics world.
With various environment conscious solutions, Infopark E was the first office building in Hungary achieving LEED Silver for Core and Shell certification. The building was designed with a special architecture to reduce lighting needs and several green solutions help protect the environment, such as energy saving T5 strip lights in the offices, motion sensor lighting control in the common areas and vapour recovery in the HVAC system just to mention a few. Last, but not least the 50% green area ratio of Infopark is outstanding in the Budapest office market. The building has been 80% let with well-known tenants including National Instruments, Lufthansa Systems, Kraft Foods and the European Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT).

Kay-Uwe Blandow, Managing Director of IVG Hungary commented: “We are glad to welcome Move One among our tenants. Infopark has just recently proven its unrivalled position on the Budapest office market as one of our largest tenant decided to renew their lease in the park instead of moving. I believe that Move One will become our long-term tenant and their new offices in Infopark will not only be their sustainable workplace but a real strategy in their business.”     
Jones Lang LaSalle represented the landlord in the transaction.