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111B Tsarigradsko Shose Blvd.
Sofia, Bulgaria
+359 877 444 768
Mr. Lyubomir Stanislavov
CEO and Member of the Board of Directors
<p>&bull; Support automotive industry companies with headquarters or subsidiaries in Bulgaria in setting-up and further development of&nbsp; production, assembling, R&amp;D, sales or service.</p>
<p><br />&bull; Attract car manufacturers, manufacturers of special vehicles and&nbsp; leading international suppliers of automotive components to&nbsp; Bulgarian market; demonstrate locational advanta ges of Bulgaria over other Eastern European countries, the Middle East and North Africa. All these tasks aiming to make a major contribution to the future growth of the Bulgarian industry.</p>
<p><br />&bull; Support projects of ACB members on introduction of technical improvements and innovations, optimization of quality, structures and processes to reduce costs and increase competitiveness in international markets.</p>
<p>&bull; Represent interests of ACB members in all matters, for example via design and implementation of actions and measures for development of favorable legal, financial and fiscal conditions for ACB companies. Major goal of these efforts: deliver an attractive investment climate and hence encourage creation of new jobs.</p>
<p><br />&bull; Stimulate ethical market relationships, i.e. corporate government and compliance to be in line with European directives.</p>
<p><br />&bull; Develop and support implementation of measures together with government, universities, private training providers and ACB members in matters pertaining to education and training,&nbsp;&nbsp; development of technology centers.</p>
<p><em>Fotos Kontakt/News/Events/Profil und Video:&nbsp;</em><em>ACB</em>
Automotive; Components; Vehicle Manufacturing; Logistics
<p>The Automotive Cluster Bulgaria fosters synergies between the cluster members and supports their business growth and competitiveness through participation in international joint projects, case studies and professional automotive qualification programs. The ACB currently boasts 40 nationally and internationally renowned member&nbsp; companies which employ over 35,000 people in Bulgaria and over 865,000 worldwide.</p>
ACB - Automotive Cluster Bulgaria founded in July 2012, is a non-profit organization which represents the interests of automotive manufacturers, suppliers and organizations providing services for the automotive industry.
16th Alexandru Radovici Str.
Bucharest, Romania
+40 740 199 919
Oana Nae
Executive Manager
<p>ARILOG community consists of companies acting in the following fields: manufacturing (automotive, FMCG, cosmetics &amp; pharmaceuticals products), retail, on-line, 3PL, informatic systems providers, transport companies and couriers, handling equipments, real estate companies, consultants, insurance and legal advisors.</p>
<p>ARILOG is an active member of ELA &ndash; European Logistics Association. The goal of the European Logistics Association is to provide a link and an open forum for any individual or society concerned with logistics within Europe and to serve industry and trade. ELA formulates European Logistics Standards and encourages the acceptance of these standards on an international basis.</p>
<p>Automotive &amp; Industrial Parts, Electrical Cranes, Elevators and Escalators, Industrial Automation, Information technology, Logistics, Machine Manufactures, Materials Handling and Industrial Equipments, Packaging Machinery, Plastics</p>
<p><em>Fotos Kontakt/News/Events/Profil und Video:</em>&nbsp;<em>ARILOG</em>
<p>ARILOG proposes to promote and develop the science and techniques of Logistics and Supply Chain in all Romanian companies regardless of industry:</p>
<p>&bull; provides links between logistics professionals from<br />various industries;</p>
<p>&bull; organizes national and international events;</p>
<p>&bull; develops professional standards for logistics activity<br />in Romania;</p>
<p>&bull; recognize and increase the professional level of its<br />members by certifying the logisticians at European<br />level;</p>
<p>&bull; allows sharing of latest techniques in the field to all<br />partners;</p>
<p>&bull; contribute to the development of legislative proposals<br />in the field of logistics and supply chain together with<br />its members;</p>
<p>&bull; represents ARILOG members in relations with public<br />authorities in the country and with the international<br />specialized bodies;</p>
<p>&bull; supports and promotes its members in the performance<br />of their work;</p>
ARILOG - The Romanian Logistics Association is a voluntary, professional and educational nonprofit organization.
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Alabin Str. 16-20
Sofia, Bulgaria
+ 3592 932 09 11
Milena Stoeva
Expert International Economic Relations
+3592 932 09 34
<p>BIA is the only business organization which is a member of BUSINESSEUROPE, a confederate-like European business organization, thus representing the Bulgarian companies and employers&rsquo; interests on a European level. Furthermore, it actively participates in the work of the International Labour Organization (ILO), the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and the South East European Employers&rsquo; Forum (SEEEF).</p>
<p>BIA is partner in Enterprise Europe Network &ndash; the biggest network supporting SMEs. The Association continues to play an active part in the social dialogue system at national and international level where it upholds the Bulgarian business&rsquo; interests for regulation and administrative changes. The sector organizations which are members of BIA are parties in almost all collective labour agreements. <br /><br />BIA works actively in solving economic problems by provoking public discussions on topical issues and offering constructive possible solutions. BIA was the first to pay attention to the informal economy issue, the severe intercompany indebtedness, the breach of market principles in setting electricity prices etc. <br /><br />BIA has signed cooperation agreements with over 70 national business and employers&rsquo; organizations from the most developed countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the USA.</p>
<p>Chemicals; Electrical Engineering and Electronics; Elevators, Lifts and Escalators; Environmental Engineering; Freight Forwarding, Transport and Logistics; Machine Manufacturing; Metallurgy; IT Services; Vehicles</p>
<p><em>Fotos Kontakt/News/Events/Profil und Video:&nbsp;BIA</em>
<p>BIA is a nationally recognized organization of employers and participates with its representatives in the operation of all national consultative councils, supervisory and managing bodies of state public institutions.</p>
<p>The expert opinions, proposals and positions of BIA on topical economic issues have been part and parcel from the most important discussions in the country.</p>
BIA - The Bulgarian Industrial Association - Union of the Bulgarian Business is a non-governmental organization founded on 25 April 1980.
About BIA
Pod Výtopnou 367
186 00
Praha 8, Czech Republic
+420 724 564 517
Prof. Ing. Václav Cempírek, Ph.D.
<p>The activities of CLA are governed by its statutes. Members of CLA may be legal and natural persons active in the field of logistics. The management and executive body of CLA is a Presidium elected at a conference of members for a period of five years. The current composition of the Presidium is shown here. The main point of contact with CLA is through its secretariat. <br /><br />System solutions for logistics in the Czech Republic, in relation to the European logistic network, require cooperation with competent state bodies and operators of logistic services in order to maintain optimal effects for the economic sphere and the whole society. CLA therefore initiated the establishment of the Expert Team for Logistics (ET) as an expert advisory body, which &ndash; through the integration of unions, associations and other entities &ndash; extends influence on the state administration and local authorities, without whose participation in the wide arrangement of public logistics centers (PLC) the intention given above cannot, in fact, be implemented.</p>
<p><em>Photos Kontakt/News/Events/Profil and Video:&nbsp;</em><em>CLA</em>
<p>In 2001, the CLA became a full member of the European Logistics Association (ELA) based in Brussels and in 2004 a member of the European Certification Board for Logistics (ECBL) and thus the national certification authority for managers &ndash; specialists in the logistics field.<br /><br />The main mission of CLA is to provide its members with professional assistance in the solving of logistic problems, to provide a platform for interaction with experts from outside the logistics field, to distribute information about the logistics and to work with logistic associations and similar organizations in the Czech Republic and abroad.</p>
Czech Logistics Association o.s. (hereinafter referred to as
CLA) was founded in 1993 as a non-profit, community
interest organization focused on the issues of logistics and
its application in business/economic practice.
Stuttgarter Str. 12
Augsburg, Deutschland
+ 49-821-569989-105
+ 49-821-569989-150
Orhan Dogan
Prokurist, Logistik & Verkauf
+ 49 (0) 821 569989-111
<p>Die Dogan Spedition hat den Erfolg seiner Dienstleistungen bislang in vielen folgenden Branchen unter Beweis gestellt:<br /><br />&bull; Druck-, Papier- und Verpackungsindustrie<br />&bull; Metallindustrie<br />&bull; Automotive<br />&bull; Elektronikindustrie<br />&bull; Chemie<br />&bull; Maschinen- und Anlagenbau<br />&bull; Textilien<br />&bull; Sonstige produzierende Branchen</p>
<p><em>Fotos Kontakt/News/Events/Profil und Video:&nbsp;</em><em>DOGAN GMBH</em>
<p>Die Dogan GmbH Internationale Spedition mit Hauptsitz in Augsburg wurde im Jahr 1990 gegr&uuml;ndet. Als erfahrener Logistikdienstleister liegt der Schwerpunkt des Unternehmens bei Transporten zwischen der EU und der T&uuml;rkei.</p>
<p>Ein zuverl&auml;ssiges und kompetentes Team bildet bei der Dogan GmbH den Grundstein einer dauerhaften Gesch&auml;ftsbeziehung zu den Kunden.Denn f&uuml;r den erfahrenen T&uuml;rkeiSpezialisten stehen Kundenzufriedenheit und Kundenn&auml;he im Mittelpunkt.</p>
<p>Die Kundenzufriedenheit und der dauerhafte Erfolg ist nur durch die Einhaltung der hohen Qualit&auml;tsstandards, die sich die Dogan Spedition auferlegt hat, zu gew&auml;hrleisten. Dem qualitativen Anspruch der Kundenentspricht das Unternehmen durch ein kontinuierliches Quali&auml;tsmanagement nach DIN EN ISO 9001 : 2008.</p>
<p>Durch stetige Weiterentwicklung der eigenen Prozesse und Systeme schafft es die Dogan GmbH, mit schnellen Reaktionszeiten auf die W&uuml;nsche und Forderungen der Kunden einzugehen.</p>
<p>Hierbei dient die in Istanbul gegr&uuml;ndete Niederlassung<br />&bdquo;Dogansped&ldquo; vor allem dazu, den Informationsfluss zwischen Kunden und Lieferanten zu optimieren, damit ein besserer Service gew&auml;hrleistet ist.</p>
<p>Um auch wirtschaftlich jederzeitim Interesse der Kundenzu handeln, f&uuml;hren t&auml;gliche Marktanalysen zu attraktiven und stabilen Preisgestaltungen des Unternehmens.</p>
<p>Als eine international agierende Spedition gelten f&uuml;r Import und Exportlieferungen professionelle Serviceleistungen rund um das Zollwesen als selbstverst&auml;ndlich.</p>
<p>Hier punktetdie Dogan GmbH vor allem bei der Beratung und L&ouml;sung komplexer Zollabwicklungen. Dabei erleichtern geschulte Mitarbeiter mit langj&auml;hriger Zollkenntnisdie zollrechtlichen Prozesse f&uuml;r den Kundenund Lieferanten.</p>
<p>Mit einem Fahrzeugpool mit bis zu 250 LKWs wird eine hohe Kapazit&auml;t in den Bereichen St&uuml;ckgut-, Teilladungs- und Komplettladungs verkehr geboten. Dabei werden unter anderem folgende Fahrzeuge zum Einsatz gebracht:</p>
<p>&bull; Planensattel<br />&bull; Thermofahrzeuge<br />&bull; Kofferfahrzeuge<br />&bull; Mega- und Jumboliner<br />&bull; Tieflader<br />&bull; Sprinter</p>
Die Dogan GmbH Internationale Spedition mit Hauptsitz in Augsburg wurde im Jahr 1990 gegründet. Als erfahrener Logistikdienstleister liegt der Schwerpunkt des Unternehmens bei Transporten zwischen der EU und der Türkei.
Peterburi tee 46-502
Tallinn, Estonia
+372 613 9745
Katre Kasepold
<p>In February 1997, a system of vocational trainings for international freight forwarders organised by ELFA and the training company EMI EWT was launched, where those who pass the one-year vocational training course have a possibility to receive the FIATA Diploma for passing a training programme meeting the minimum standards to obtain the FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding (by vocational training and examination). The FIATA Diploma is widely accepted in the freight forwarding circles of the whole world. In October 2007, FIATA issued an education licence to a new study programme conforming to the improved standards; the Tallinn University of Applied Sciences carries out the FIATA diploma training on the basis of this study programme in co-operation with ELFA.</p>
<p>Freight Forwarding, Logistics</p>
<p><em>Photos Kontakt/News/Events/Profil and Video:&nbsp;</em><em>ELFA</em>
<p>ELFA is a volunteer association of legal persons engaged in international freight forwarding and the provision of logistics services. The objective of the organization is to represent and protect the common professional interests of the members of ELFA, prevent unfair competition, and contribute to the development of legislation related to its area of activity and the distribution of all relevant information.</p>
<p>In order to achieve the set objectives, ELFA organizes sessions, prepares presentations, and co-operates with organizations and officials of Estonia and other countries. ELFA is a non-profit association.</p>
ELFA - Estonian Logistics and Freight Forwarding Associations foundation meeting was held on 6 December
1994 in Tallinn. Today, ELFA unites 51 companies engaged in international transport and freight forwarding or the provision of other logistics services.
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Naugarduko str. 102-403
Vilnius, Lithuania
+370 5 277 90 36
Monika Petkeviciute
Secretary general
<p>Goals<br />&bull; To represent the interests of its members in governmental, social and international organisations<br />&bull; To develop relations with international freight forwarding and logistic organisations<br />&bull; To improve the quality of Lithuanian freight forwarding and logistic services<br />&bull; To organise vocational training for freight forwarders</p>
<p>Achievements<br />&bull; LINEKA together with other business organisations, national and municipal institutions is involved in lawmaking processes, legislation drafting, approval and elaboration. The Association has drafted, approved and coordinated with concerned institutions the General Freight Forwarding Terms and Conditions of Lithuanian Freight Forwarders, which are observed by the members of the Association. In 2001, the Association initiated inclusion of a separate paragraph on transport forwarding activities into the new Civil Code.<br />&bull; Since 1996, the Association has been organising training for FIATA freight forwarder&rsquo;s diploma. At the FIATA Global Congress held in Bangkok in October 2010, the LINEKA association received certification of the extended training programme of over 500 academic hours, consisting of 15 different modules. FIATA diploma grants the highest international qualification to a freight forwarder. It is a personal (awarded to an employee not to a company) diploma issued in Zurich.<br />&bull; LINEKA is a partner of the international conference Transbaltica. Every year, the Association takes part in organising traditional transport and logistic forum of the Business News.</p>
<p>Freight Forwarding, Logistics</p>
<p><em>Photos Kontakt/News/Events/Profil and Video:&nbsp;</em><em>LINEKA</em>
<p>Over 70 companies and organizations are&nbsp;engaged in freight forwarding and logistic business or closely related with this business. Our members contribute greatly to Lithuania&rsquo;s economy by producing over 60% of the gross product earned in transport sector.</p>
<p>Structure<br />LINEKA is structured into Working Blocks each in their turn dealing with every aspect that affects the international movement of freight:</p>
<p>&bull; Vocational training of freight forwarders and logisticservice providers. Person in charge: Vice-President Dainius Petravicius<br />&bull; Membership, collaboration and development. Person in charge: Vice-President Arunas Bertasius<br />&bull; Block of legal regulation, finances and insurance protection of freight forwarders and logistic service providers. Person in charge: Vice-President Ignas Puluikis</p>
LINEKA - Lithuanian National Association of Forwarders and Logistics was founded In 1993. It is the member of International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations FIATA
Csata utca 25.
Budapest, Hungary
+36 1 203 8144
István Németh
Secretary General
<p><strong>Representation of the members</strong><br />&bull; Local and international representation of Hungarian automotive component manufacturers<br />&bull; Cooperation with the Ministries of the Hungarian Government and other government organizations<br />&bull; Representing employers in tripartite social dialogue involving the public authorities, trade unions and employers Boosting&nbsp; competitiveness &ndash; supplier development <br />&bull; Information on quality systems, certification, logistics, IT systems and applications, business development, exchange of best practices, factory tours, recommendation of service providers<br />&bull; Providing support for fair trade practices and high-tech and high quality products<br />&bull; Management training courses on the latest management approaches and theories <br /><br /><strong>B2B relations and business information</strong><br />&bull; Local and international trade fair participation<br />&bull; Organization of local and international conferences and presentations, matchmaking events, supplier forums, procurement conferences, assisting the members in participating such events<br />&bull; Database maintenance and publication<br />&bull; Maintenance and improvement of relations with OEMs and system suppliers<br />&bull; Location and recommendation of partners for cooperation, investors, potential suppliers</p>
<p>Agricultural Machinery and Equipment; Automotive &amp; Industrial Parts; Chemicals; CNC Machinery and Accessories; Coating and Surface Treatment; Compressors; Fasteners; Hydraulic Systems; Industrial Automation; Laser Systems; Logistics; Machine Manufactures; Materials Handling and Industrial Equipments; Mechanical Engineering; Metal, Plastics, Precision Parts; Welding Technology</p>
<p><em>Photos Kontakt/News/Events/Profil and Video:&nbsp;</em><em>MAJOSZ</em>
<p>At the date of its foundation, MAJOSZ had 22 members. Since then the membership has grown to approximately 300, including about 90 service providers as supporting members. <br /><br />The primary objective of the Association is the promotion of Hungarian automotive suppliers, with a focus on professional, financial and social aspects, and developing the overall image of the automotive sector in Hungary.<br /><br />MAJOSZ has cooperative relations with about 60 automotive organisations globally.</p>
MAJOSZ - Association of Hungarian Automotive Component
Manufacturers was founded in 1993 as a civil organization for the promotion of Hungarian automotive component manufacturers.
Pramones 23D  
 Paneve, Lithuania
+ 370 454 46803 
 + 370 45432826
Darius Venclovas 
Sale manager 
+ 370 652 391 85 
<p>Electroplating; Galvanizing; Logistics; Machinery; Metal; Metal Bending; Metal Cutting; Milling; Painting; Polishing; Punching; Rolling; Sandblasting; Sheet Metal; Turning; Welding</p>
<p><em>Photos Kontakt/News/Events/Profil and Video: ROKVELAS UAB</em></p>
<p>Our strategy is to consolidate our positions in Lithuanian and foreign metal working market. We value responsibility; great team work; orientation to long-lasting partnerships and innovations. Rokvelas offers metal working services and production and assembly of non standard machinery and technological equipment.</p>
Company was established in 2004. From the early beginning 
Electroplating; Galvanizing; Logistics; Machinery; Metal; Metal Bending; Metal Cutting; Milling; Painting; Polishing; Punching; Rolling; Sandblasting; Sheet Metal; Turning; Welding

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