Economy ministry seeks to create logistics services hub in Hungary
The government has approved a mid-term strategy for Hungary’s logistics sector that aims to turn the country into a hub for logistics services in the region, deputy state secretary for internal economy Áron Márk Lenner said yesterday.
The strategy was drawn up by the nonprofit IFKA with the involvement of the Logistics Coordination Forum.
Almost 260,000 people work in the logistics sector in the country, representing 6.5% of all employed Hungarian citizens.
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