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Press releases | 15 February 2021
CLECAT warns for the escalation of national entry restrictions
Press releases | 10 February 2021
Recovery and Resilience Facility: Transport keeps us going forward
Under the slogan “Transport for EU Recovery”, CLECAT, alongside 31 organisations, has issued a joint statement on the EU Recovery and Resilience Facility.
News | 26 January 2021
CLECAT calls for the uninterrupted movement of transport and logistics personnel during the COVID-19 pandemic
In an open letter to the Ministers of EU Member States, issued today, CLECAT, on behalf of the freight forwarding, transport and logistics sector, has reiterated the need to prevent any kind of barriers to the transportation of goods and the uninterrupted movement of transport and logistics personnel. In line with the Commission’s proposal from 25 January 2021 on a coordinated approach to the restriction of free movement in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, transport workers should not be required to quarantine and be exempted from travel-related COVID-19 tests.
News | 11 January 2021
CLECAT welcomes EU-UK trade deal and urges customers to prepare in the quiet before the storm
Press releases | 04 January 2021
Shippers and forwarders call on European Competition Authorities to act
News | 21 December 2020
Deal or No Deal: Customs agents prepared for 1 January 2021
As from 1 January 2021, following the end of the transition period, the United Kingdom will leave the EU Customs Union which means that businesses that operate between the EU and the UK will need to deal with customs procedures.
Press releases | 10 December 2020
CLECAT welcomes new EC approach to sustainable, smart and future-proof transport in the EU
Press releases | 08 December 2020
CLECAT welcomes compromise on the Eurovignette Directive by EU Transport Council
Events | 27 November 2020
Freight Forwarders Forum 2020 - Logistics Put to Test at Times of Crisis - 12 November
Press releases | 27 November 2020
ESC and CLECAT urge carriers to switch to a ‘new normal’ as current practices slow economic recovery