Hungary has good geographical position, developed motorway and dense railway network. Hungary has 5 EU neighbours and 2 non EU members. Our country is member of OECD and Schengen Treaty. Hungary was 33rd in World Bank LPI ranking in 2014. Budapest is the 5th most popular logistics place according to Prologis 2016 survey.

Maritime ports

Hungary is a landlocked country. It has no maritime port.

Inland waterways ports



Main ports of the country are on the Danube waterway.

The total cargo turnover in ports of Hungary (see below)



The total cargo turnover in TEN-T ports 2009-2015 tons

2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Győr-Gönyű
225 875
224 464
158 429
263 822
207 410
220 995
335 906
Komárom
282 810
416 472
400 582
397 624
510 928
547 928
159 322
Budapest
502 003
738 428
682 302
623 052
786 173
749 521
846 890
Dunaújváros
1069 046
1 460173
1149 447
983 424
1496308
1051771
1203 754
Paks
835 565
664 772
318 812
475 094
416 331
326 419
516 037
Baja
546 987
672 393
465 945
598 980
649 570
655 032
722 498
Mohács
416 879
398 207
227 894
341 445
237 694
237 724
363 701


Cargo structure in ports Hungary (source: 2015 OSAP)

Description
Unloaded Weight
(tons)
Loaded Weight
(tons)
Sum
(tons)
Coke and Refined Petroleum Products
392 453
655 062
1 047 514
Coal and Lignite;Petroleum (crude) and Natural Gas
730 959
730 959
Metal Ore and otherMining, Quarrying Products; Peat; Uranium and Thorium Ores
246 213
227 348
473 561
Metal Raw Materials and Metalworking Industries except from Machinery and Equipment
113 898
194 097
307 994
Chemical, Chemical Products;Rubber and Plastic Products; Nuclear Fuel
261 675
15 046
276 721
Food, Beverage and Tobacco Products
12 244
228 852
241 095
Secondary Raw Materials; Municipal Wastes and other Wastes
28 418
28 418
Means of Transport
688
16 367
17 055
Timber, Timber and Cork Products (except from furniture); Straw and Wickerwork; Paper-making Materials, Paper and Paper Products; Printed Matter Materials; and any other Mimeographed Media Products
6 383
4 984
11 366
Other Non-Metallic Mineral Products
2 199
2 199
4 398
Equipments and Materials used for Transport of Goods
3 187
790
3 977
Other Stock and Equipment; Office Machineries and Computers; other Electrical Machinery and Device; Radio, Television and Telecommunicaton Device; Medical, Precision and Optical Instruments;Watches and otherClock
283
3 524
3 808
Total
1 788 168
4 189 766
5 977 934


Inland waterways ports in more detail:

Airports

Hungary is a member of the ICAO, EUROCONTROL, ECAC and the European Union, therefore the aviation sector is mostly ruled by the international regulations and provisions. The 3 most important airportsare: Budapest (LHBP), Debrecen (LHDC), Sármellék (LHSM). Details and proper names are included in graphs below.

The Air Navigation Service provider is the HungaroControl Pte. Ltd., one of the most modern and high professional European ANSPs, having leading role in Central Europe (and its Functional Airspace Block – FAB CE). HungaroControl handles cca. 720 thousand movements annually, and provides remote ATC service in Kosovo Airspace.

Hungary has no national flag carrier, there are some low cost airlines (e.g. Wizz Air) operating under Hungarian registry. The Wizz Air carried 19,2 millions PAX in 2015 (cca. 15 % of which relates directly to Hungary), having large route network and many operational bases.

Hungary has a relatively small scale of aviation production and supply industry led by the so called Hungarian Aviation Industry Foundation (HAIF).

Links:

Graph:



Container trains

Information about the main international container trains are available on the webpage of the biggest intermodal logistics centres. These are mainly container trains between maritime ports and container centers:

BILK - http://railcargobilk.hu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=264&Itemid=167&lang=en

Mahart Container Center -www.containercenter.hu/index.php/hu/bemutatkozas/iranyvonatprojektek

Container trains from China is operated by Far East Landbridge.

Logistics centers

Association of Hungarian Logistics Service Centres qualifies logistics centres as intermodal, regional and local. Their list is available on the following link: http://mlszksz.hu/lszk-minosites/minositett-lszk-k/

Main Hunagrian intermodal logistics centres are:



Transport and logistics business associations

Railway transport

Hungary has 7712 km long railway lines, 3000 km is part of TEN-T network. We have two state railway companies: MÁV (www.mavcsoport.hu) and GYSEV (www2.gysev.hu). 44 rail cargo companies have licence to operate on the Hungarian national rail network. Biggest rail cargo companies:



Road transport

Hungary has 1366 km expressway and motorway and 31.5 thousand kilometres long national road network. There are nearly 15 thousand road freight carriers with nearly EUR 5 billion turnover. Among the Hungarian biggest road carriers are:



Border crossing

Hungary is member of European Union and Schengen treaty, which determines border crossing procedures.

Ministry of transport of the country

Ministry of National Development, www.nfm.gov.hu

Embassy of the country in the People’s Republic of China

Hungary’s Embassy in PRC.
San Li Tun, Dong Zhi Men Wai No.10 , Beijing 100600
mission.pek@mfa.gov.hu
www.mfa.gov.hu/kulkepviselet/CN/HU/