Drivers being sought further afield
Once again, the lack of drivers has become one of the main challenges for the logistics industry, writes novekedes.hu.
In Hungary, about 8,000 drivers are missing from transport companies.
One problem is that normalization after the coronavirus has not yet taken place. Some sectors, such as courier services, have drawn a large number of drivers due to the epidemic.
Meanwhile, the United Kingdom, which is in a difficult situation due to Brexit, is attracting more and more workers.
Barna Erdélyi, a member of the board of Waberer's International Nyrt., believes that new labor markets need to be explored, meaning that labor needs to be brought in from further afield, in which large companies have an advantage.
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