Tag "logisztika"

Magazine: Automation can solve the workforce shortage problem

The warehousing sector suffers from a lack of workforce. Technological development forces companies to modernise, so automatic and semi-automatic systems are spreading. Pallet-wise a wide range of needs are manifesting, especially those...

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The performance of logistics increased in the Hungarian economy

The yearbook of the Central Statistical Office (KSH) gives a very mixed picture of the past year’s data on transport and storage – Világgazdaság Online wrote. The compilers themselves, for...

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MLSZKSZ: the criteria of logistics funding schemes need to be modified

The Association of Hungarian Logistics Service Centres (MLSZKSZ) has asked the government to modify the criteria of logistics funding schemes, so that the industry will have the chance to remain...

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Dachser’s turnover in Hungary grew by 7.4 percent last year

The turnover of Dachser’s Hungarian subsidiary, the Liegl & Dachser Szállítmányozási és Logisztikai Kft. grew by 7.4 percent in 2017. All business branches of the parent company strengthened in 2017,...

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The turnover of freight transport is exceeding 2000 billion forints in Hungary

Freight transport contributes with about 6.5 percent to the gross domestic product of Hungary, according to the preliminary data. The turnover of the sector exceeded 2000 billion HUF last year,...

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Running out of industrial and logistic space?

In 2017 617,000m² more industrial space was rented in Hungary, 44 percent more than in the previous year. This means that there is hardly any more industrial and logistic space that...

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Waberer’s: Growth continues in the rest of the year

Waberer’s International Plc. expects growth to continue in the last quarter and the expected results will be fulfilled in 2017, on the basis of the favorable third quarter. Lajkó Ferenc,...

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Digitisation and automation are the future in logistics

In January the Association of Hungarian Logistics Service Centres (MLSZKSZ) organised the 9th International Transport Logistics Conference in Herceghalom. The keynote speaker was major general Károly Szabó, chief customs director of...

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Auchan builds a giant warehouse

The French-owned Auchan international retail chain is expanding its domestic trading capacity, in which it builds the largest complex ever built in Hungary. The facility in the area of the...

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The Transintertop handed over a logistics hall and a restaurant in Környe

An international freight forwarding company, the Transintertop Kft. handed over a new logistics hall, a restaurant and a petrol station. The value of the investment was 1.5 billion forints –...

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Industry and government experts in logistics also call for improved competitiveness

To improve the competitiveness of the logistics sector and counteracting market protection measures of the Western European countries are essential for Hungarian players in the sector to retain their market...

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WebEye counts on the significant transformation of the logistics industry

In the next 5 to 10 years, the WebEye Telematics Group, developer of vehicle tracking systems, anticipates a major transformation in the logistics industry. According to the statement of the...

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GKI Digital: the logistics sector is struggling with labor shortages

Logistics sector in Hungary faces labor shortages, the lack of couriers makes it difficult to deliver online orders – GKI Digital’s industrial report was sent to MTI on Wednesday. GKI...

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The Hungarian Post has expanded its logistics capacity

In several settlements, the Hungarian Post (Magyar Posta) has expanded its package processing capacity with more than 21,000 square meters this year – the company told MTI. The Hungarian Post...

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Alibaba plans a brutal overseas expansion

The Alibaba e-commerce giant is preparing for a brutal overseas expansion, according to the company’s investment plans published by Reuters. Alibaba spends 100 billion yuan (about 3.9 billion HUF) in...

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Hungary might become the distribution centre for China’s container trade

In the last few months three Hungarian companies started railway container trading between China and Hungary. So far nearly 40 trains and approximately 1,400 containers have arrived at Hungary from...

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The Raben is expanding towards East

In response to the growing demand of the Eastern market, the Raben Group decided to set up the Raben East sp. z o.o. company in July 2017. The new company...

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Warehousing: semi-automatic systems are spreading

According to a recent report, in Europe only 5 percent of warehouses are fully automated and 80 percent of them are operated without any kind of automated solution. Zoltán Péter,...

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Magazine: Stricter rules make life more difficult for freight forwarders

As global trading develops, demand is increasing for the services of shipping and logistics companies. Market players are focusing on a customer-centred service. According to Zsuzsanna Niklós, sales director of...

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The Rudolph Logistik Gruppe is expanding its base in Tatabánya

The German-owned Rudolph Industrial Logistics Ltd. expands its storage capacity of 6,000 square meters in the Tatabánya industrial park to 23,000 square meters – the company told MTI on Monday....

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Hungary should become the logistics service center of the region

Hungary needs to become the logistic service center of the region, so the government wants to improve the competitiveness of the carriers, and also wants to help the sector by...

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The future of logistics: automated tools for speed and security

Self-driven trucks, automated warehouses, vehicle tracking, drons – these are not from a Hollywood science fiction film, but are the logistical solutions of the future. With the spread of these...

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Nine logistics organizations have developed a package of proposals to increase the competitiveness of the sector

More than 100 billion HUF surplus revenue can be generated by the measures that nine Hungarian logistics organizations jointly proposed in their sectoral assessment to the government – the Hungarian...

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The Magyar Posta expects further expansion in package logistics

The Magyar Posta handled 17.7 million packages in 2016, which is 1.96 million pieces and 12.4 percent more than in 2015. The Magyar Posta expects a 12.5 percent increase package...

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Őszre megépül az Amazon felvidéki telephelye

A kis Szered megelőzte a nagy Brünnt, a morva főváros helyett ezt a 15 ezres szlovákiai települést választotta az Amazon, itt épül az amerikai online óriásáruház logisztikai központja – olvasható...

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Logistics to miss out on digitalisation?

Logistics experts are worried that the sector will fall behind as the process of digitalisation is speeding up – revealed the Continental Mobility Study 2016. 9 percent of experts were...

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The airport center of the mail-order services is under construction on sixteen thousand square meters

The air cargo traffic at the Liszt Ferenc International Airport in Budapest has increased significantly, by 26.8 percent in January, compared to the previous year – the Budapest Airport told...

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Prologis: strong demand stays on the logistics real estate market

Strong tenant demand remains on the domestic logistics real estate market, and because the current stock is saturated, new developments are expected this year – Kemenes László, managing director of...

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The holidays days are over

Hungaryʼs seasonally adjusted Purchasing Managersʼ Index (PMI) rose to 56.5 points in January from a revised 52.8 points in December 2016, the Hungarian Association of Logistics, Purchasing and Inventory Management...

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Agricultural Logistics industrial park in Tiszasziget

An agricultural logistics industrial park will be created in Tiszasziget, in which a plastic processing plant will be built in a value of about 2 billion HUF – Ferenczi Ferenc...

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