Ministry of Transport, Posts and Telecommunications
Minister: Ľubomír Vážny
Postal Regulatory Office
- this national regulatory office regulates and supervises the provision of postal services in Slovakia as well as ensuring international relations of its postal services with regulatory authorities of the EU and its member countries to similar bodies in countries of the European Free Trade Association.
Association of Road Transport Operators of the Slovak Republic (ČESMAD)
President: Peter Halabrín
- this association represents the interests of its member transport companies vis-a-vis state ministries and central authorities of the state administration as well to other governmental agencies and private organisations and associations to develop an efficient road transportation
Transport Research Institute
- the institute's scientific and research activities cover all modes of transport, in particular, in the fields of engineering and technology, operation, economy, legislation, management and organisation, informatics and automation, ecology, power system, transport infrastructure safety and quality, transport services and tourism management, transport policy, certification and testing in transport.
Research Institute of Posts and Telecommunications
- a non-profit organisation which offers expert services in the fields of electronic communications and postal services, with the main objective to respond promptly to rapid technological developments and to satisfy increasing needs of customers in both the public and private domains.
Association of Slovak Express Transporters (ASEP)
President: Laurenc Svitok
Slovenská Plavba a Prístavy (SPaP)
- Slovak Shipping and Ports is a dominant company in the field of river transport, transshipment and warehousing of goods, forwarding services, repair works and building of new vessels in Slovakia.
- Slovak Post is a joint stock company with the state as its only shareowner focused on postal services comprising the acceptance, transport and delivery of letters, parcel-post and money-orders within the national network numbering 1,566 post offices as of August 2007.
11. May 2009 at 0:00 | Compiled by Spectator staff from press reports