Strong Hungarian medium size town Population: 52,000 Attraction zone: ~150,000 Notable past: Bronze age: flourishing culture Bronze age: flourishing culture Roman age: Intercisa Roman age: Intercisa Middle age: St. Pantaleon monastery, agricultural town Middle age: St. Pantaleon monastery, agricultural town Planned town: Transparent space structure Transparent space structure Wide main streets, spacious square, much green surface Wide main streets, spacious square, much green surface Industry differentiates from residential zones Industry differentiates from residential zones
Industrial centre – present ISD Dunaferr – metallurgic company group Hankook Tire – tire factory Ferrobeton – ferroconcrete bridge elements Momert – scales and coffee machines Dunapack – paper and packaging materials Trierenberg Holding T1 Papergroup – special papers FEJÉRDUNA-ÉP –building industry Grabarics – building industry Behán – fabrication of steel constructions H+H Dunaforg – mechanical accessories Aikawa – fine mechanic parts Body Fashion – underwear ELCO – electrical implementation
Industrial centre – future New development trends: Innovation, higher added value, clusters Innovation, higher added value, clusters House of entrepreneur Supporting local SMEs House of entrepreneur Supporting local SMEs Capacity investments of large companies ISD Dunaferr ISD Dunaferr Hankook Hankook Paper factories Paper factories
Industrial centre – future New development areas 1. 1.Northern area 2. 2.Southern area 3. 3.6-M6 development area 4. 4.New-Port development area 5.Co-operation with ambient settlements
In intersection of international transport corridors
Logistical centre – present Excellent accessibility: Highway M6 between Budapest- Dunaújváros Highway M6 between Budapest- Dunaújváros 60 km from Budapest 60 km from Budapest Danube-bridge as part of highway M8 Danube-bridge as part of highway M8 Industrial harbor Industrial harbor Railroad Railroad Sport airport Sport airport Danube: VII. Helsinki-corridor Graz-Oradea TINA corridor
SK A SLO HR YU RO UA Rábafüzes Parassapuszta Vác Tornyosnémeti Röszke Ilocska Letenye Dunaújváros Eger Veszprém Győr Tatabánya Kaposvár Pécs Lelle Szekszárd Sopron Mohács Székesfehérvár Kecskemét Békéscsaba Nyíregyháza Miskolc Kiskunfélegyház a Debrecen Füzesabony Emőd Baja Polgár V V/C IV X/A BÉCS felé V V/A POZSONY, PRÁGA felé IV. GRÁC, Olaszország felé ZÁGRÁB felé SZARAJEVÓ felé TEMESVÁR, BUKAREST felé BELGRÁD felé ARAD, KOLOZSVÁR felé LVOV, KIJEV felé KASSA felé Szolnok IV V ARAD felé Helsinki folyosók autópálya autóút épülő autóút V Szeged Nagylak Duna Tisza LJUBJANA, TRIESZT felé BUDAPEST M56 M30 M3 M35 M4 M0 M2 M8 M15 M1 M81 M86 M9 M70 M7 M6 M9 M56 M5 M43 M44 Szombathely Zalaegerszeg Bszgyörgy Nagykanizsa M25 Source: GKM Road system development 2004-2015 Logistical centre – future
Intermodal logistic centre Access by road and railroad Access by road and railroad Harbor and airport nearby Harbor and airport nearby Encounter of two highways (M6- M8) Encounter of two highways (M6- M8) New public port In national development plans In national development plans Next to new bridge Next to new bridge
Harbor – present I. One of the Hungarian ports with highest trade flow, serving mainly orders from DUNAFERR Group. It was built in 1950-52, between the 1580 and 1579 running kilometres of the Danube river on the right shore. There is a double industrial rail track that is linked to the national / international railway network through the station of MÁV Ltd in Dunaújváros. The port is 1,5 km from the motorway (M6) and the main road (6)
7 portal canes (5-30 t) 3,2 Mt / year loading (in and out) 4 Mt / year indirect loading With a length of 563m, 6 barge stands Mainland expansion of the port is 52,023 m2!!, used water surface 381,709 m2 The land, the port basin and the river wall are owned by ISD DUNAFERR Ltd. The water surface of the port basin is state-owned. Harbor – present II.
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