Freight forwarding in closed train system, in inland, export-, import- and transit traffic

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Organization of intermodal and traditional railway carriage including on-going
monitoring of the cargo

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Design of specific cargo jobs including implementation, as required

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European Commission’s answer to CER Hungary Zrt.’s open letter
2010. 12. 02.

CER Hungary Zrt.’s president, László Horváth issued an open letter on September to Siim Kallas, vice president responsible for transport, and Joaquím Almunia, vice president responsible for competition. The letter raised concerns about competition in the rail freight sector highlighting discriminative practices of state-owned operators. In the Commission’s answer Kallas and Almunia stated that they are aware, the rail freight market has not been operating as fairly as it should. They assured that the Commission is addressing this problem in several ways, by launching infringement procedures against non-compliant Member States, by reforming legislation and by applying the existing rules. More

Hungrail’s letter to Tamás Fellegi
2010. 11. 12.

Hungrail sent a letter to Tamás Fellegi, minister of national development in order to raise attention to the problem of current railway access charges. Hungrail asked for revising the increase of these charges, because it could hurt the competitiveness of Hungary regarding rail freight transport. More

Helping the victims of the toxic sludge
2010. 10. 20.

Workers of L.A.C. Holding arrived with two cars full of necessary aid packages brought aid packages to Devecser, one of the two villages hit by the toxic sludge catastrophe on 14th October. More

Public Letter
2010. 09. 16.

Public letter to Mr. Siim Kallas, Vice-President - Commissioner for Transport and Mr. Joaquím Almunia, Vice-President - Commissioner for Competition EU member states are subsidising state-owned rail freight companies with taxpayer funds in order to allow them to keep operating on the open market. This practice can hardly be considered reasonably competitive; it discriminates against the private freight companies and is consequently disadvantageous for the end customer. The European Commission demonstrates no obvious objection to this and this can be interpreted as acquiescence. More

EU turns to the CER
2010. 09. 18.

EU member states are subsidising state-owned rail freight companies with taxpayer funds in order to allow them to keep operating on the open market. This practice can hardly be considered reasonably competitive; it discriminates against the private freight companies and is consequently disadvantageous for the end customer. More

Debates on further liberalisation of railways renewed
2010. 09. 18.

Big railway companies laid down a common standpoint about the EU’s planned 2011-2020 transport policy. More

CER Hungary presented to the Russian Railways R®D
2010. 08. 26.

CER Hungary participated in the second Global Rail Freight Conference in St. Petersburg, an event organized by UIC and RZD. More

Lobbyists’ Club of the European Railways
2010. 08. 26.

A new organization was born with the participation of rail operators, politicians, green lobbyists called Railways 2020 – High Level Group – The Future of Railways. More

Equal rights for state-owned and private railway operators damaged
2010. 08. 26.

European Commission launched infringement procedures against 13 member states for not fully complying with the EU directive: I. Railway Package. More

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