Formation of Logistic Centre

A Szolnoki logisztikai központ kialakulása

A surface fortification of access roads, building of traffic hubs and bicycle paths, furthermore the modernisation of street lighting system were completed.



A surface fortification of access roads, building of traffic hubs and bicycle paths, furthermore the modernisation of street lighting system were completed.

The improvement of the area for the logistics service centre was finished including the complete system of public utilities; drinking and fire water supply, drainage and sewage canals, gas distribution facility, electric energy supply and telecommunication system.


19.789 m2 of paved loading area was built, from which 8.379 m2 general loading area, 6.720 m2 container terminal, 4.690 m2 vehicle storage area, furthermore 20.543 m2 service roads.

The infrastructural conditions of a 12-13,000 m2 warehouse have been created.

Logistics networks in Hungary

The development of the hungarian logistics service centres has already started in 1993. With the using of the national and international research results the Ministry of Economy and Transport prepared a conception of the important logistics service centre network. Those parts of the country were marked out which could be suitable for seats of successful logistics centres.

The Ministry of Economy and Transport decided to create 11 logistics districts with 13 national logistics service centres.
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These are the districts and centres:

Districts
Centres
 
Budapest
Soroksár – Budapesti Intermodális Logisztikai Központ (BILK)
 
Nagytétény – Harbour Park
 
Csepel – MAHART Szabadkikötő
Western-Transdanubia
Sopron –GYSEV
Southern-Transdanubia
Nagykanizsa
Northen-Transdanubia
Győr
Central-Transdanubia
Székesfehérvár
Southern-Hungary
Baja
Central-Plain
Szolnok
Southern-Plain
Szeged
Sutheastern-Plain
Debrecen
Northern-East
Miskolc és Tiszaújváros
Northern-Tiszántúl
Záhony