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The construction of the second hybrid Ro-Ro vessel started

Members Corner - 2020-09-18

Finnlines newbuilding programme continues as planned...

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ERFA Welcomes Parliament Vote on Waiving and Reducing Track Access Charges

News from Brussels - 2020-09-18

ERFA, the European Association representing the interests of private and independent rail freight companies, welcomes the adoption by the European Parliament of the proposed European Regulation establ...

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EU’s 2030 climate target: ECSA publishes study on implications of EU ETS for shipping

News from Brussels - 2020-09-18

With the European Commission announcing an increased climate target for 2030 and aiming to extend the EU's Emission Trading System (EU ETS) to the shipping sector, ECSA is publishing its joint stu...

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ECG Eastern Regional meeting held on 18 September

News from ECG - 2020-09-18

For the first time ever the Eastern Region Meeting was held online on 18 September...

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ALICE and ELUPEG start a Blockchain Interest Group

Members Corner - 2020-09-17

ALICE, the European Alliance for Logistics Innovation through Collaboration in Europe and ELUPEG, a European organisation for leading players in the Supply Chain Industry have launched an interest gro...

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BERGÉ promotes digitalisation with its new automated terminal in the port of Bilbao

Members Corner - 2020-09-17

BERGÉ, a leading logistics operator, has begun operations in its new automated terminal project in the port of Bilbao, which will be used as a model for the other ports around Spain where the c...

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New rail link between Oslo and the Port of Gothenburg

Members Corner - 2020-09-17

A new weekly rail shuttle service has commenced, providing Oslo and Norway with a rapid, dependable, climate-smart link to the largest port in Scandinavia...

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European Parliament votes to end dirty diesel’s licence to pollute

News from Brussels - 2020-09-17

The European Parliament voted on Tuesday 15 September to put an end to the “licence to pollute” carmakers managed to obtain in the midst of the Dieselgate scandal...

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Climate target ambition must be matched by supportive EU policies, auto makers underline

News from Brussels - 2020-09-17

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) takes note of the ‘2030 Climate Target Plan’ unveiled today by the European Commission...

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MEPs want new cars to respect emission limits under real driving conditions

News from Brussels - 2020-09-17

As of September 2022, cars must meet EU limits on NOx emissions under real driving conditions to comply with air pollution limits, says the European Parliament...

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Common standards to alleviate uncertain demand and distribution changes

News from ECG - 2020-09-17

Standardising communications between OEMs and tier one and two suppliers offers novel possibilities to smooth out the volatile conditions that modern automotive logistics has to contend with...

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Automotive specialist expands in Maghreb region

Members Corner - 2020-09-16

Gefco Group has completed its acquisition of GLT, the Europe-Morocco transport specialist...

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Confusion Over Terminology Blamed for Brexit Misunderstanding

Land Transport - 2020-09-16

The government has claimed that a misunderstanding of terms is what led to an attack from Logistics UK regarding the readiness of the new Customs system designed to smooth the way for trucks...

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Now is the time to get vehicle distribution out of the stone age

Land Transport - 2020-09-16

The number one strategic challenge for the automotive logistics sector right now is in matching vehicle distribution with demand through new channels of communication and different levels of service...

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Rolls-Royce resumes two-shift working with workforce maintained

Automotive Industry - 2020-09-16

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has announced that the company has resumed full two-shift production at its Global Centre of Luxury Manufacturing Excellence at Goodwood, West Sussex...

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EP proposal for shipping without impact assessment risks regulatory patchwork and international trade tensions without delivering climate objectives

News from Brussels - 2020-09-16

ECSA regrets a decision of the plenary today in the European Parliament to draft a proposal to include shipping under the EU’s Emission Trading System (EU ETS)...

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EU Parliament tells VdL to make shipping polluters pay

News from Brussels - 2020-09-16

The European Parliament today voted for ships to be required by EU law to cut their carbon emissions...

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Latest report from ECG Business Intelligence: Accelerating Demand for EVs & PHEVs in 2020 and Beyond

News from ECG - 2020-09-15

We are pleased to announce on 15 September the publication of our latest report from ECG Business Intelligence in partnership with Automotive from Ultima Media...

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Wallenius Wilhelmsen integrates services to support customer growth

Members Corner - 2020-09-15

Wallenius Wilhelmsen is a company in motion – just like the world around us...

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SCH sees green shoots of recovery for RO-RO cargo volumes 

Members Corner - 2020-09-15

SCH is seeing the wheels of trade turning again as cargo volumes through the Port of Southampton build, with more UK manufacturing industries returning to work in the wake of the COVID 19 crisis and t...

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