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Press releases | 30 April 2020
Transport and Logistics Industry Welcomes Measures to Keep Goods Moving during COVID-19 Transition
Press releases | 27 April 2020
Green Lanes and Air Cargo Guidelines Important for Smooth Transport of Goods throughout the Transition into a Post COVID-19 Environment
Press releases | 16 April 2020
CLECAT calls for transparency and dialogue on fair Bunker Charging during COVID 19 crisis
Press releases | 01 April 2020
CLECAT calls for fair and equal Demurrage and Detention Charging during the COVID-19 crisis
Press releases | 27 March 2020
CLECAT Welcomes Guidance to Ensure Essential Freight Keeps Moving by Air
Press releases | 26 March 2020
Supply chain stakeholders alert President von der Leyen about their disapproval of the Consortia BER extension
CLECAT, ETA, ESC, ETF and FEPORT, on behalf of thousands of European freight forwarders, tug owners, shippers, port companies, terminals and transport workers, have sent a letter to the Commission President von der Leyen, to express their strong disapproval of the decision to prolong the Consortia BER by another four years without any changes.
News | 26 March 2020
Joint Recommendations to Support Health and Safety in Road Freight Transport in the Wake of COVID-19
To alleviate the unprecedented crisis situation in the road transport sector in the wake of COVID-19, ESC and CLECAT encourage the supply chain partners to ensure the availability and accessibility of the necessary basic facilities for the drivers at loading and unloading sites, as well as respectful cooperation and better coordination between the parties.
Press releases | 24 March 2020
COVID-19 | Transport Keeps Us Going
Press releases | 19 March 2020
CLECAT calls on the Commission to address specific Customs issues related to COVID-19
Press releases | 19 March 2020
Freight Associations call for Further Action to Secure Rail Freight Supply Chains and Mobility of Goods
Freight associations welcome the agreement of 18 March between EU Transport Ministers and the European Commission to work closely to minimise traffic disruptions, especially for essential freight. For rail freight to be able to play a leading role in freight flows, the associations believe further measures need to be taken, both by the European Commission and national authorities.