ZMPD - Association of International Transport Companiesin Poland. The ZMPD is the largest Polish association of the transport industry and has been in existence since 1957, uniting about 4,000 transport companies engaged in international road transport.
The main objective of the Association is to support and inform its members in matters of transport activities and to represent their interests externally, towards state bodies and national and international organisations.
The ZMPD actively participates in the legislative work of the Polish Government, especially in issues related to the functioning of transport in Poland and abroad, and actively cooperates with relevant foreign associations.
The ZMPD intervenes and assists both forwarders and drivers in solving sudden problems arising on the road or at the border.
The ZMPD is the only organisation in Poland that is a member of the IRU (International Road Transport Union based in Geneva).
As part of its business activities for members and other international transport companies, the ZMPD offers a whole range of services, including electronic toll collection devices, mediation in the issuing of visas and visa certificates, a stationary and an online shop, transport insurance and mediation in the refund of VAT from abroad.
The ZMPD cordially invites you to visit its offices in Poland and get to know the full range of its services.
The Federal Association of Courier-Express-Post-Services e.V. in Germany, BdKEP, advocates harmonisation in the logistics sector. Driving, rest and working times should be regulated uniformly in Europe. The BdKEP advocates non-discriminatory access for small and medium-sized courier, express and postal companies to the increasingly networked and digitalised markets. To this end, the association is pushing for the establishment of open standards such as service provider-independent consignment numbers, standardised labels and data exchange formats.
Furthermore, the BdKEP sees itself as a comprehensive development platform for new physical and digital CEP services and also offers its members attractive conditions in its purchasing and benefits world, which are negotiated centrally with various manufacturers and suppliers.
Bundesverband Deutscher Omnibusunternehmer e.V. - The Bundesverband Deutscher Omnibusunternehmer (bdo) is the central association of the German bus industry and represents the interests of private and medium-sized companies from the local public transport, bus tourism and long-distance bus sectors vis-à-vis politicians and the public.
RDA International Bus Tourism Association - The promotion of environmentally friendly modern bus and group tourism is the main objective of the RDA's political commitment. Through active lobbying and close contacts with decision-makers in politics and business at national and international level, the RDA represents the interests of international coach and group tourism.
Górnośląskie Stowarzyszenie Przewoźników Drogowych (GSPD) is the Upper Silesian Association of Road Transport Enterprises and an organisation that seeks synergies for these entrepreneurs, mainly in the Upper Silesia region. The successful cooperation with the Polish LOTOS Group is particularly worth mentioning. In addition, the association offers a wide range of training courses and various courses that guarantee the professional development of its members. The association informs its members about the activities and regulations of the transport, forwarding and logistics industry, supports forwarders and carriers with its offer in all relevant subject areas and is involved in the development of the transport industry in Europe.
Through the cooperation with Green-Zones, the members of the GSPD are provided in particular with information on traffic restrictions due to driving bans for diesel vehicles and around the environmental zones on European roads. The members will also be able to buy environmental stickers valid in European countries centrally. Furthermore, the Green Zones Fleet App provides electronic support to drivers using European roads.
Dolnośląskie Stowarzyszenie Przewoźników Międzynarodowych (DSPM, Lower Silesian Association of International Freight Forwarders) is an organisation that brings together entrepreneurs mainly from the Lower Silesia region and not only promotes the "legal awareness" of the transport companies, but also supports the companies in the implementation of the various tasks in the following areas: transport consultancy, legal aid, analysis of drivers' working time, training, sales and contracts.
The association informs its members about the activities and regulations of the TSL industry, supports forwarders and carriers in all relevant areas with its services and is involved in the development of the transport industry in Europe.
The cooperation with Green-Zones® deals in particular with information on traffic restrictions due to driving bans for diesel vehicles and in low emission zones on European roads. It enables you to buy environmental stickers valid in European countries centrally and provides electronic support for drivers using European roads via the Green-Zones® Fleet App application.
Polska Unia Transportu - The Polish Association of Transport Companies supports the development of the competitiveness of the Polish transport industry and connects the national and international transport sector through common goals.
The association informs its members about the activities and regulations of the transport industry, supports forwarders and carriers in all relevant areas with its services and works to remove obstacles to the development of the transport industry in Europe.
The cooperation with Green-Zones® concerns in particular information on traffic restrictions due to diesel driving bans and in low emission zones on European roads. The association also offers its members the possibility of central purchasing of environmental stickers for the relevant European countries. Furthermore, the association offers drivers using European roads electronic assistance in the form of the Green-Zones® Fleet-App to help them reach their destination without any problems.
International Association of Package Tour Operators - The VPR is an association of currently 118 tourism service providers, including well-known package tour operators and service providers in the travel segment of coach and group tourism, who are dedicated to strengthening and marketing group travel and own events. Package tour operators, also known as "Paketer", are the full members of the association.
The service company E100 is known not only for its fuel card, but also for its reliable and effective solutions that allow fleets to save time and money, especially through discounts.
The E100 network comprises around 12,000 service stations in 32 countries around the world, covering approximately 14,000 road kilometres. As E100 works with most international oil companies, the card guarantees in particular the quality of each litre of fuel and various types of fuel, motor oils, lubricants and AdBlue.
E100's contract stations are located on the main European routes, are equipped with modern facilities and are suitable for all types of vehicles.
The company's other services (Multiservices) are varied. In particular, this professional service for cashless payments for logistics and transport companies includes not only refuelling but also the service and payment processing for toll payments for roads, tunnels and bridges, secure parking, TIR services, booking of ferries, breakdown and road assistance and VAT refund.
In addition to further information on hotels and overnight stays, petrol station shops and workshops, a 24/7 service with constant telephone availability is offered for any emergency, such as accidents or repairs including load securing.