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The IRU, EEA, Leaseurope, CLECAT, Green Freight Europe, The Northern Logistics Association, European Transport Board and T&E call on the European Commission to give a much-needed boost to competition on truck fuel efficiency, in a letter sent yesterday to Commission officials.

CLECAT has welcomed the recent decision of the European Commission to start infringement proceedings against Germany for the application of its minimum wage law (MiLog) on international road transport operations. 

In an Open Letter to transport advisors of the Permanent Representations of EU Member States on the new Luxembourg Presidency compromise proposals, CLECAT expresses its alarm at the developments concerning the governance proposal. 

On 5 May, the European Parliament Transport Committee held an exchange of views on the proposed Ports Regulation, having suspended work on the proposal due to the elections of May 2014. The rapporteur, Knut Fleckenstein MEP, put forward a pragmatic position on the regulation.

At the start of the EU Luxembourg Presidency, CLECAT, ERFA, EPF, ESC, T&E and UIRR urge the Member States to strengthen their strategic and organisational role in a growth and customer-orientated rail system and to play a central role in driving its modernisation, through the removal of the remaining barriers in the Market pillar of the 4th Railway Package.

CLECAT together with a group of stakeholder’ associations in the maritime supply chain including ESPO, ECASBA, ECSA, ECS, ESN, ESPO, FEPORT, Interferry and World Shipping Council have send today an open letter to European policymakers. The associations are calling on the European Commission and Member States to work together to put in place practical, meaningful and effective solutions for the challenges of short sea shipping.

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