On January 27, 2021, the Toll Regulatory Agency (BPJT) of the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Housing officially announced that the tender related to the cash and contactless Multi Lane Free Flow (MLFF) electronic toll payment system to be implemented on Indonesian highways was won by Hungarian Roatex Zrt. With the active support of the embassy, Roatex Zrt. has been awarded the development of the MLFF-based electronic toll payment system and a 10-year concession contract. During the construction of the system, the company will make an investment worth more than $ 300 million. The Hungarian victory means that the construction of a new electronic toll network covering the fourth most populous country in the world is one of the largest Hungarian technology exports in history.