Export supply chain
The concept of export supply chain can be interpreted in different ways. In the narrower sense of the term, it means the group of independent undertakings that manufacture the export products or provide the services. Further simplifying this term, even a single undertaking can include the entire supply chain as a coordinated, concerted set of logistics processes within the company, i.e. an integrated logistics system.
In the broader sense of the term, all actors that cooperate in the process of acquisition, manufacturing and delivery of the product (goods or services) to the buyer can be regarded as members of the export supply chain, from raw material suppliers through manufacturers of semi-finished and finished products, logistics service providers, wholesalers and retailers to consumers/users, including their financers.
The whole export supply chain involves all participants of the given vertical relations system from the first supplier to the final customer ensuring the flow of products, services and funds and the two-way flow of information.
EXIM considers all domestic economic entities eligible for funding as members of the export supply chain that perform transport of goods or provision of services for the exporter aimed at exporting Hungarian products or services or required to fulfil their obligations under the contract.