One of the biggest challenges at the end of the year for Ukrainian exporters and importers is a sharp rise in the cost of delivering goods to EU countries due to the lack of permits for international transport for Ukrainian road carriers. Companies are responding to this challenge in different ways in an effort to reduce costs. There are some very interesting practices.
Association "ZED" together with UBTA organized and held on December 10 the Round table "Best practices of organizing the delivery of goods in the context of a limited number of permits for international road transport." 130 companies and organizations registered and took part.
In a tough world of competition, constant new challenges and opportunities, government and business must interact very closely. Experience shows that where there is cooperation, there is a result. So it is abroad. Business and government in some countries have united, and we no longer have permits for international transport for our road carriers at the end of the year. Because this is the protection of the interests of business abroad. In order to counteract such obstacles, find alternative options and improve conditions for the delivery of our goods, an online event was held.
Made an assessment of the situation and specific recommendations:
- Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine Mustafa Nayem,
- Chairman of the Board of UBTA Dmitry Los,
- Chairman of the Board of the Association "Foreign Economic Activity" Sergey Svystil,
- Adviser to the President of AsMAP Konstantin Savchenko
- Director of the branch "MHP Logistics" Oleg Upatov,
- Head of Uzhgorod directorate of railway transportation of the regional branch "Lviv Railway" JSC "UZ" Alexander Pushkash,
- Director of LLC "Trans-Logistic" Andrey Epishov,
- Director of the Transcom Center (Slovakia) Alexey Makarov,
- Director of the International Transportation Department of ZAMMLER UKRAINE LLC (ZAMMLER GROUP) Alexander Kirilyuk.
We are starting work on the preparation of the next event to support our manufacturers and exporters. Wait for your offers.