RailFreight Webinars: The Hungarian Hotspot
In the past few years, Hungary has made a huge leap forward, in terms of infrastructure, facilities, and services. Hungary should take a central spot on the international rail freight map once again, is the consensus, and there is no time to waste. The webinar ‘The Hungarian Hotspot’ will be held tomorrow, Thursday 2 November, from 11:30 to 12:30 CET.
In the webinar, we will talk to people from the industry who are actively doing business in Hungary to ask them why they consider the country a logistics hotspot. This applies to the European market as well as the Chinese market. Registration is free of charge and can be done here.
Who are the speakers and what do they talk about?
The speakers in this webinar will be:
Dmitrij Hasenkampf from RTSB
Martin Koubek from Metrans
Srdjan Zekovic from Van den Bosch
Jacky Yan from New Silk Road Intermodal
Nina Sophia Burna Asefi from the Risk Advisory Group
Which infrastructure projects are ongoing and will make a difference? Which terminals are being built? Which nodes are being formed, apart from Budapest? This and more will be asked of the logistics expert. But also: how does the Chinese market look at Hungary, as a country of transit or destination? Which markets are served from here? In the past two years, the war has turned the world of logistics upside down. How has this impacted the position of Hungary? This is something we discuss with Burna Asefi, who has done several papers on the geopolitical context.
European Silk Road Summit in Budapest
A month from now, the 7th edition of the European Silk Road Summit will take place in the capital city of Hungary – Budapest. The position of Hungary on the New Silk Road and the connectivity with the rest of Europe covers a good part of the programme. Apart from this, traffic on the main route and Middle Corridor will be discussed, with the latest figures, routes and bottlenecks under the lens. Do you want to attend this event? Registration is still open here. Dinner seats are running out, so timely registration is recommended.