BY @CLECAT_EU
Nicolette vd Jagt
@CLECAT_EU
Combined Transport: How the EU can give a boost to multimodality: see CLECAT's 'recent blog https://t.co/sB84IvwJjJ
20 hours ago
Nicolette vd Jagt
@CLECAT_EU
CLECAT publishes Position Paper on Digital Transport and Logistics #DigitalTransport Days in Tallinn https://t.co/v1ohC6jS7u
1 week ago

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News | 17 November 2017
Combined Transport: How the EU can give a boost to multimodality
Effective multimodality permits forwarders to offer a tailor-made service to their customers, thus improving the flow of goods throughout the European economy and boosting growth. An efficient multimodal transport chain allows goods to bypass congestion, achieving value pricing through economies of scale and a flexibility which serves customer needs first. Nonetheless, regulatory barriers to achieving seamless multimodality still exist in Europe, including the current Combined Transport Directive. Does the proposed revision of the Directive break down these barriers?
Press releases | 08 November 2017
CLECAT publishes Position Paper on Digital Transport and Logistics
On the occasion of the EU Digital Transport Days, taking place in Tallinn from 8 -10 November, CLECAT has published a position paper on Digitalisation in Transport and Logistics. CLECAT’s position paper gives the views of freight forwarders on digitalisation in transport and logistics contributes to ongoing initiatives such as the Digital Transport and Logistics Forum (DTLF).
News | 27 October 2017
EMPOWERING FREIGHT FORWARDERS, CARRIERS AND SHIPPERS TO REDUCE THEIR CARBON FOOTPRINT
CLECAT is organising a panel session as part of Intermodal Europe 2017 entitled "Empowering freight forwarders, carriers and shippers to reduce their carbon footprint." The event will take place on the 29th November in Amsterdam. The discussions will focus on the benefits of emissions accounting and reporting for logistics companies, which is the subject of the LEARN Project and the GLEC Framework, which will be presented during the conference.