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TRANSLOG Connect Congress - Association Partners
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In order to bring you the most up-to-date market insights as well as ensure the quality of the conference programme, TEG is proud to work closely together with leading logistics, warehousing, purchasing, manufacturers, freight forwarders and supply chain management association partners throughout the Central Eastern European region.

If you are interested in partnership opportunities with us, please contact Katy Säurich Operations & Production Manager at TEG.

Tel: +36 1 219 5725

Fax: + 36 1 219 5726



Lead Association Partner


ELA - European Logistics Association

ELA - European Logistics Association


ELA, the European Logistics Association, is a federation of 30 national organisations, covering almost every country in Central and Western Europe.The goal of ELA is to provide a forum for co-operation for any individual or society concerned with logistics within Europe and to assist industry and commerce in Europe.ELA formulates European Logistics Education Standards and encourages the acceptance of these standards by each of its member nations. A Vocational Qualification procedure is in place to enable the standards to be accepted on a pan-European basis.

ARILOG – Romanian Logistics Association

ARILOG – Romanian Logistics Association


 

 

Founded in 2002, ARILOG is a voluntary, professional and educational non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote and develop knowledge and techniques of Logistics and Supply Chain in all Romanian companies across industries:

* provides links between logistics professionals from various industries;

* organize national and international events;

* develops professional standards for logistics activity in Romania;

* recognize and increases the professional level of its members through certification as logisticians at European level;

*  shares the latest techniques in the field to all of its partners;

* contributes to the development of legislative proposals in logistics and supply chain, together with its members;

* represents its members in the relations with national public authorities and specialized bodies abroad;

*  supports and promotes its members in their activities.

BVL – Bundesvereinigung Logistik Österreich

BVL – Bundesvereinigung Logistik Österreich


The Austrian Federal Association of Logistics (BVL Austria) is the largest Austrian logistics network, which serves as a platform for on-going knowledge, information, experience exchange and continuous education. Private businesses, public institutions as well as all individuals involved in logistics, purchasing or supply chain management highly benefit from this non-profit competence centre. Particularly our annual Logistics Dialogue in Vienna – the largest Austrian logistics congress – builds the basis for realising many ideas, work streams, case studies and projects every year. Furthermore latest industry trends like sustainable logistics or multi-modal transportation set off multiple initiatives of BVL Austria and its members on an on-going basis.

CLA - Czech Logistics Association

CLA - Czech Logistics Association


Mission}

As a non-profit leisure organisation, we create for our members an open platform for their collaboration in logis­tics supporting education and exchange of information among logisticians at all executive and managerial levels. In collaboration with other partner organisations and associations we popularise suitable logistic solutions and provide necessary expertise for national and local authorities when dealing with logistical problems.

Vision}

Using the potential of growth and further improvement of our current membership base, representing interests of Czech logistic community we aim to contribute most to its effective implementation in the economic and social practice of Czech Republic and European Union.

Czech Logistic Association (CLA) was founded in 1993 as a non profit, leisure social organisation focusing on the problems of logistics and its application in economic practice. In 2001, CLA became a full member of European Logistic Association (ELA) based in Brussels and in 2004, a member of European Certification Board for Logistics (ECBL) and thus the national certifying body for managers and other professionals in the field of logistics.

The activities of CLA are governed by regulations. Members of CLA may be legal persons or, in some cases individuals active in the field of logistics. Management and executive body of CLA is Presidium which is elected by the Conference members for a period of five years. The main contact point of the CLA is its Secretariat.

The primary mission of the CLA is to provide its members with technical assistance in the solution of logistic problems, to create a platform for a mutual communication with specialists from the areas outside logistics, to distribute information regarding logis­tics and to work with logistic associations and similar organisations in Czech Republic and abroad.

CLA is striving to fulfil this mission, among others, as a

  • National centre for logistics and a representative of interests of the Czech logistic community
  • Organizer of platform for the formulation of needs and promoting interests of business community in the field of logistics
  • Provider of news and new findings in logistics which are crucial for its development
  • Participant in the exchange of information, experience and know-how at national and international level
  • Initiator, promoter and implementer of publishing activities in the field of logistics
  • Initiator and promoter of logistic research
  • Guarantor in adopting the European standards in logistics

In collaboration with other partner organisations and associations, CLA seeks to create an informal environment for managers from various areas of logistics to meet and to offer them opportunities of working together, even at international level.

CSCA – Croatian Supply Chain Association

CSCA – Croatian Supply Chain Association


 

 

 

Founded in 2006, the Croatian Supply Chain Association (CSCA) is the national body for supply chain management and logistics professionals. CSCA is a not-for-profit association that provides opportunities for the promotion of the profession and the expansion of professional skills and knowledge.

We regularly speak and endorse numerous Logistics and Supply Chain conferences every year. CSCA members benefit from sharing ideas and knowledge with fellow professionals.

GS 1 Hungary

GS 1 Hungary


 

 

GS1 is an international not-for-profit association and is dedicated to the design and implementation of global standards and solutions to improve the efficiency and visibility of supply and demand chains globally and across sectors. The GS1 system of standards is the most widely used supply chain standards system in the world.

GS1 standards bring together companies representing all parts of the supply chain and are used by huge multinational chains and by small corner shops; by world-famous brands and by individual craftsmen. Without a neutral, not-for-profit and global organization like GS1, such very diverse companies would probably not be able to agree on standards. We make it happen, and consumers and businesses benefit. GS1 has offices in 108 countries and more than 2,000 people helping us achieve our vision.

GS 1 Slovakia

GS 1 Slovakia


 

 

GS1 is an international not-for-profit association and is dedicated to the design and implementation of global standards and solutions to improve the efficiency and visibility of supply and demand chains globally and across sectors. The GS1 system of standards is the most widely used supply chain standards system in the world.

GS1 standards bring together companies representing all parts of the supply chain and are used by huge multinational chains and by small corner shops; by world-famous brands and by individual craftsmen. Without a neutral, not-for-profit and global organization like GS1, such very diverse companies would probably not be able to agree on standards. We make it happen, and consumers and businesses benefit. GS1 has offices in 108 countries and more than 2,000 people helping us achieve our vision.

GS1 Bulgaria

GS1 Bulgaria


 

 

GS1 is an international not-for-profit association and is dedicated to the design and implementation of global standards and solutions to improve the efficiency and visibility of supply and demand chains globally and across sectors. The GS1 system of standards is the most widely used supply chain standards system in the world.

GS1 standards bring together companies representing all parts of the supply chain and are used by huge multinational chains and by small corner shops; by world-famous brands and by individual craftsmen. Without a neutral, not-for-profit and global organization like GS1, such very diverse companies would probably not be able to agree on standards. We make it happen, and consumers and businesses benefit. GS1 has offices in 108 countries and more than 2,000 people helping us achieve our vision.

GS1 Poland

GS1 Poland


 

 

GS1 is an international not-for-profit association and is dedicated to the design and implementation of global standards and solutions to improve the efficiency and visibility of supply and demand chains globally and across sectors. The GS1 system of standards is the most widely used supply chain standards system in the world.

GS1 standards bring together companies representing all parts of the supply chain and are used by huge multinational chains and by small corner shops; by world-famous brands and by individual craftsmen. Without a neutral, not-for-profit and global organization like GS1, such very diverse companies would probably not be able to agree on standards. We make it happen, and consumers and businesses benefit. GS1 has offices in 108 countries and more than 2,000 people helping us achieve our vision.

HLA  - Hungarian Logistics Association

HLA - Hungarian Logistics Association


The Hungarian Logistics Association intends to establish relations where our slogan „win-win” is realised.

Therefore we offer a wide range of services that can ensure direct and indirect economic and social results for our members. Other services: Promoting business/scientific contacts, Following professional tenders, establishing contacts. Contribution to effecting development targets: Professional consulting, Feasibility studies, Economic analyses, projects in all fields of logistics, Elaborating micro- and macroeconomic development conceptions, Supporting national and international tenders, Preparing marketing, outsourcing and other decisions, benchmarking, etc. Education and training: Middle and high level education in logistics, courses in special topics, training courses on special demands, and arranging workshops in special field of profession.

The main objective of the Hungarian Logistics Association is the socialization of logistics. During the socialization, benchmarking events are held. In this event the participants and the professional audience can learn about the good practices of the domestic and foreign companies. The HLA annually presents the Logistics Yearbook, in which can be found the best logistical practical and scientific articles.

MAJOSZ – Association of the Hungarian Vehicle Component Manufacturers

MAJOSZ – Association of the Hungarian Vehicle Component Manufacturers


 

 

MAJOSZ primary objective is to promote the professional, financial and social interests of their  members being active in the industries related to manufacturing automotive components and as well to develop the overall image of these industries towards the residents and businesses. MAJOSZ directly represents about 75 to 80 % of the Hungarian automotive component manufacturers, which represents 298 memebers out of which 86 are supporting members. MAJOSZ is also making efforts to support their members at the fields of technical development, commerce and finance and our priorities also include sending regular information updates and contributing to maintaning and expanding the markets.

PROLOG – Estonian Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Associaton

PROLOG – Estonian Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Associaton


The main objective of The Estonian Purchasing and Supply Chains Management Association (PROLOG) is to develop the professionals in the purchasing and supply chains management and thereby increase the competitive strength of the Estonian economy. The membership forms an aggregate of purchasing and supply chains management competencies unique in Estonia and comprises a status symbol for the businesses and people engaged in purchasing and supply chains management. PROLOG represents the common interests of its members, provides access to the global purchasing and supply chains management networks and is the marketer of the business opportunities of the area of Estonian purchasing and supply chains management and of its members. A serious resource centre has been created for the members on the homepage. In addition PROLOG is the organisation conferring the profession of supply chains management in Estonia.

PTL - Polish Logistics Association

PTL - Polish Logistics Association


 

 

 

PTL plays a leading role in dissemination of logistics knowledge and best practices in Poland. This is achieved by a number of activities. The most important are: organisation and co-organisation of logistics conferences and seminars for Polish logisticians (e.g. Polish Logistics Congress LOGISTICS, organised together with the Institute of Logistics and Warehousing), as well as organisation of a competition for the PTL Logistics Award, presented every second year during the Polish Logistics Congress.

PTL, as a member of European Logistics Association, closely co-operates with the other ELA members, e.g. by organising (with their assistance) study tours to interesting logistics sites.

ULLW - Ukrainian League of Logistics & Warehousing

ULLW - Ukrainian League of Logistics & Warehousing


Ukrainian League of Logistics and Warehousing (ULLW) is a non-profit organization founded in 2006.

ULLW unites companies in the following types of activities:

  • logistic providers
  • carriers
  •  forwarders
  • industrial enterprises
  • retail networks
  • developers
  • logistic-, management- and IT-consulting
  • financial sector (banking, insurance and leasing)‏
  • import and export traders.

ULLW mission: to increase the level of logistic services in Ukraine and to integrate Ukrainian logistics into European logistics professional community.

ULLW objectives: to organize effective communications between customers and providers of logistic services, to share innovative experience and management technologies to rise efficiency of logistic branch of economy.

At present ULLW unites approximately 60 corporate members.

ULLW is a member of:

  • IFWLA and ELA;
  • Public Council of Ukrainian Ministry of Transport
  • Public Council of the State Customs Service of Ukraine
  • Business Council of the Ministry of Ukraine.

ULLW cooperates with FIATA, Association of International Forwarders of Ukraine (AIFU), International Union of Automobile Transportation (IRU), Association of International Road carriers of Ukraine (AsMAP).

ZNS – Zdruzenje nabavnikov Slovenije

ZNS – Zdruzenje nabavnikov Slovenije


ZNS is one of the four youngest European purchasing associations. Its goal is to increase the significance of purchasing and procurement profession in Slovenien companies and to offer a support to its members and others dealing with supply chain management. The association is open to make contacts with similar domestic and international organizations as well as with the academic sphere and business sector. 

 

Currently it has around 200 members. Most of the activities are carried out on voluntary basis. ZNS organizes the following events for its members and other interested parties:

-          the yearly purchasing conference in May (organized together with the Planet GV)

-          the yearly spring workshop (dedicated to different topical supply chain issues)

-          the yearly autumn workshop (giving info about general economic picture and forecasts for pricing of different key commodities and for the forthcoming year)   

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Gebrüder Weiss

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Manhattan Associates

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CHEP

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Port of Rotterdam

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ELA - European Logistics Association

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