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Faculty of International Management and Business


Faculty of International Management and Business
Gizella Ádám Mosonyiné
Department of International Trade and Logistics
Professor of practice
Gizella Ádám Mosonyiné
  • Office:1165 Budapest, Diósy L. u. 22-24.
  • Building:Building E, 2nd Floor, Room 16
  • Phone:+36 1 467-7938
  • Internal extension:938


I graduated in 1994 as an agricultural engineer biotechnologist, later in 1996 as a certified engineering teacher and in 2003 as an expert of international freight forwarding. Although I first started my career in area of research, rather soon I moved to area of the challenging logistics. I have spent more than 10 years in different areas and positions of logistics service provider market, looking at its various subsystems and different contexts.; Between 1995 and 1997, I worked as an office manager (later as a managing director) at a Dutch owned international transport and freight forwarding company, where I gained experience in the area of international special (perishable goods) transportation, customs clearance and groupage freight forwarding.; 1997 to 2005, as head of the groupage department at an Austrian freight forwarding and logistics service provider, I deepened further my professional experience and expertise. My main tasks included the development and continuous improvement of the operational system for groupage traffic, the management of key customers, the supervision of the complaints and problem-solving processes, the preparation and signature of logistics service contracts with customers. Furthermore, I liaised, developed, reviewed, updated cooperation agreements with international service partners in the groupage freight forwarding business, and participated in the management tasks of the company.; I joined the Department of International Trade and Logistics of the Faculty of International Management and Business at Budapest Business School in 2005. As a senior lecturer, I am currently involved in the work of the department in the following areas like teaching and research activity in Hungarian and English education; assisting and supervising the scientific and thesis work of students; dealing with mainly logistical professional organizations and business representatives; taking part in curriculum and course development processes; participating in environmental and sustainability pilot projects (e.g. development and introducing of selective waste collection in University building, arrangement and implementation of PET Plastic recycling project); contributing in the establishment of the BBS FIMB Lean Corporate Department and in the management of the department's work; developing and operating the Smart Shop Floor lean lab in Hatvan.; My specializations and research areas are international freight forwarding and transportation, supply chain management, various areas of green logistics, including reverse logistics, circular economy, process improvement and lean management. I have taught the following subjects for the last 2 years like international logistics (in Hungarian and English education), international supply chain management, introduction to lean management (which is now lean management), sustainability and logistics, international supply networks, logistics service providers, transportation and freight forwarding (in Hungarian and English), corporate logistics processes (in English), value-creating processes, freight forwarding-logistics and international trade (in Hungarian and English).; So far, I have participated in the Teacher Mobility Program 2 times. In 2010 I delivered lectures as guest lecturer in topics of Incoterms 2010, basic logistics, reverse logistics and closed-loop supply chain at Hogeschool Utrecht, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht. In 2013 I represented our university at HSBA Hamburg School of Business Administration, Hamburg, in the international week program of "Sustainability in Hamburg's business community: wishful thinking or best practice?".; I am an individual member of the HALPIM (Hungarian Association of Logistics, Procurement and Inventory Management) professional organization, founder and active member of the Faculty of Education of the Association since 2005, furthermore I support its activity in different are as well.

Office Hours

Hourscsütörtök/Thursday 15:45-17:15
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Subject(s) taught

  • Value Creation Processes (Hungarian)
  • Lean Management (Hungarian)
  • Logistics Case Studies (Hungarian)
  • Logistics Service Providers (Hungarian)
  • International Supply Chain Management (Hungarian)
  • International Logistics (Hungarian and English)
  • International Trade (Hungarian and English)
  • Corporate Logistics Processes (English)

Research areas

  • My specializations and research areas are international freight forwarding and transportation
  • supply chain management
  • various areas of green logistics, including reverse logistics
  • circular economy
  • process improvement and lean management.