Warehousing and support activities for transportation in Central and Eastern Europe – regional disproportions and development perspectives
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In the article an attempt to present the differences between some regions of Central and Eastern Europe with regard to warehousing and support activities for transportation has been made and furthermore, the perspectives of development in this branch have been depicted. The results of the analysis based on the data provided by Eurostat (NACE code – H, division 52) indicate that warehousing and support activities for transportation are usually best developed in the regions where there are the capital cities of particular countries located, especially the capitals of Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary. Moreover, the described sector is quite well developed in the wealthier regions of Slovakia and Slovenia and in Bulgarian, Polish and Romanian regions with access to the sea. Simultaneously, on the basis of analyses conducted by international consulting companies it can be stated that the development perspectives of the branch in Central and Eastern Europe, and particularly in Poland, are very good.
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