Tag "MLSZKSZ"

Emissions could be reduced by a quarter if they switch to combined freight transport

Emissions can be reduced by seventy per cent for long-haul journeys over 300 kilometres by combined freight transport, i.e. when lorries and trailers are transferred to trains or ships. At...

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(HU) Nagyot nőtt Magyarország tengeri forgalma

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Hungary’s maritime freight traffic has grown significantly

Container traffic to Hungary by sea increased by 20 percent in the first half of 2021, compared to the same period of the previous year. According to the analysis of...

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Logistics companies are pushing for more effective control of transport

Licensed non-EU carriers cause hundreds of billions of forints in revenue loss in the domestic carrier market and ten billion forints revenue loss to the budget due to non-payment of...

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Association of logistics operators increased the volume of intermodal transport last year, but not enough

Domestic intermodal freight traffic grew modestly by 1.7 percent last year, but for Hungary in order to meet the agreed climate targets, 50-100 thousand truck traffic per year would have...

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Trend change is around the corner in freight transport

The pandemic is likely to generate a trend change in freight transport: while Hungarian – mainly international-destination – road transport produced a major drop in the first half of 2020,...

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The logistics profession is proposing a ten-point package of government measures

The Association of Hungarian Logistics Service Centers (MLSZKSZ) has prepared a ten-point package of proposals and submitted it to the government in order to solve the growing problems in the...

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The number of e-commerce customs procedures can grow to more than a hundredfold within two years

The number of e-commerce-related customs procedures in Hungary will increase by more than hundredfold within two years after the European Union regulation provides tax liability for low-value packages coming from...

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The logistics alliance turned to the government to increase the competitiveness of the sector

The Association of Hungarian Logistics Service Centers (MLSZKSZ) developed a package of measures affecting the road, rail and waterway, logistic services and the customs area, in order to increase the...

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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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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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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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Chinese container traffic to Hungary can increase significantly

The Chinese container traffic to Hungary can be increased many times thanks to an agreement on the development of the Chinese-Hungarian logistics cooperation – the Hungarian Logistic Service Centers Association...

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Hungary’s only duty-free zone established in Záhony

The Association of Hungarian Logistics Service Centres (MLSZKSZ) has welcomed the fact that the Ministry for National Economy (NGM) designated a 17,400m² duty-free area in Záhony’s free business zone. Hungary’s only...

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Hungary’s only duty free zone was established in Záhony

The Association of Hungarian Logistics Service Centers (MLSZKSZ) welcomes that the Ministry of National Economy (NGM) designated a 17,400 square meter duty free zone in Záhony’s Free Business Zone. As...

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MLSZKSZ: Hungary can be the distribution base of the Chinese container freight

After many years of waiting, the Chinese-Hungarian container freight traffic has started in the last months organized by three Hungarian companies. So far almost 40 trains and about 1,400 containers...

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MLSZKSZ: the development of intermodal transport will bring several tens of billions on a national economic level

The Association of the Hungarian Logistics Service Centers (MLSZKSZ) submitted a proposal to the Ministry of National Economy to improve the functioning of the domestic intermodal freight transport system. According...

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MLSZKSZ: strong logistics industry is the basis of the economic development

The competitive and strong logistics industry is the basis of Hungarian economy’s development, without it there is no industrial development – the Association of the Hungarian Logistics Service Centers (MLSZKSZ)...

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MLSZKSZ: the migratory crisis made the transportation of goods more expensive

The intense migratory wave and the related actions of the EU member states have posed serious challenges to the logistics and supply chain companies: due to the unplanned, temporary closures...

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MLSZKSZ: Russian embargo, conserved Hungarian market loss

Business exporting to Russia and logistics companies are the biggest losers of the sanctions. The question now is not whether how much the EU is losing with the Russian embargo,...

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The MLSZKSZ welcomes the retuning of EKÁER

The Association of Hungarian Logistics Service Centers (MLSZKSZ) welcomes the government's efforts that they retune the EKÁER system, building on the experiences of the two-month test period. The Association considers...

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The ekáer’s trial run was extended until the first of March

The government extended the trial run of the electronic control system for road freight (ekáer) until the first of March take the proposal of the operators into consideration – the...

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