Hegyeshalom is a small Hungarian town with a population of 3,600, located on Hungary’s border with Austria and close to the Slovakian border. This puts it in the “magic triangle” formed by Vienna, Bratislava and Gyor. Despite its small size, virtually every shipment of goods flowing into or out of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) passes through or near Hegyeshalom, which abuts the M1 and M15 motorways and sits just 20 km from the Danube.
The main railway line connecting Vienna and Budapest and the line to Bratislava also cross through Hegyeshalom. As a result, Hegyeshalom has in the past decade developed into a major logistics, distribution and warehousing hub for the entire CEE region, with facilities sprouting up in and around the town designed to serve the automotive, automotive supply and food processing industries, among others.
Prologis operates industrial properties and warehouses in the Hegyeshalom region.