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Tamas Beck | Colliers | Budapest

Tamas Beck

Director, Head of Industrial | Hungary

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Professional Summary

Since 1994 with Colliers. Head of Indiustrial Division.


Active involvement in sales / purchase of 3.5 Million sqm development land / industrial site and 850,000 sqm lease / renegotiation / sale of industrial /  logistics buildings.





MA – Archaeologist (1996- University of Sciences Eötvös Loránd); PhD in Archaeology


Becton & Dickinson, Cemelog, Wilo, Novartis, Bayer-Schering, Industrial Securites Europe, REM, Prologis, iPD, Parkridge, Immofinanz, Knorr Bremse, Emerson, Schneider Electric, Delphi, Auchan, Unicredit Leasing


Service Lines
Brokerage: Landlord Representation, Brokerage: Tenant Representation
Property Type
Industrial, Land
Featured News
26 Oct 2020
The I&L sector in the CEE-17 has become one of the most sought-after asset types since 2019, after Offices and Residential according to Colliers International, CMS and Randstad
“ExCEEding Borders: Industrial & Logistics Market in CEE-17” report discusses key trends, challenges, technologies, labour market and investment incentives in this sector
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21 Oct 2020
Highlights of Budapest logistics market Q3 YTD
Please find the highlights of Budapest logistics market Q3 YTD, summarizing the market activity of Q1-Q3 2020.
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14 Jul 2020
Since 2004 the CEE-6’s share in EU manufacturing output has more than doubled, as measured by the output of its factories, with the region overtaking Spain and the UK, and is closing in on France
CEE’s highly skilled and lower cost workforce, it’s well established track record and competitiveness in industrial production coupled with the fact that the region has enabled manufacturers to generate higher levels of economic output at disproportionately lower operating costs is a compelling case for continued FDI into the region.
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29 Jun 2020
October and November stand out as either the first and second most relevant months for most EMEA countries in terms of production activity
Reduced output in March & May in the automotive sector could change the typical activity curve in 2020, with busier summer months ahead to make up for lost time.
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