05 June 2018
Transport and logistics sector welcomes EP TRAN's decision to keep international drivers out of posting regime
Transport and logistics sector welcomes the adoption by the TRAN Committee of the amendment exempting drivers engaging in international road transport operations from any posting regime, and urges all MEPs as well as the Council to follow suit and confirm as soon as possible that international road transport activities cannot made subject to posting of workers rules.
04 June 2018
Industry urges EP Transport experts to keep international drivers out of posting regime
EP TRAN'S LAST CHANCE TO SAVE THE INTERNAL MARKET FOR TRANSPORT
14 May 2018
Industry Urges EP Transport Experts to Keep International Drivers out of Posting Regime
YES to enforceability & the EU Internal Market – NO to the EMPL vote
27 April 2018
Final CORE Event - The Supply Chain Unchained
ESC and CLECAT held a successful final CORE event in Brussels on 11 April 2018. Shippers, freight forwarders, transport providers, and authorities came together to demonstrate the tangible outcomes of the CORE project and how these can positively impact the future in delivering trusted and transparent supply chains.
20 March 2018
Call on the European Parliament to Maintain EU Single Market for Road Transport
The under-signed represent logistics service providers, freight forwarders and express carriers whose customers strongly depend on an effective, seamless and reliable road transport sector in Europe. Rules need to be simple, uniform, clear and easily enforceable, so that they facilitate transport operations, protect the workers employed in this industry and ensure a fair competitive environment.
20 March 2018
No Change to Weekly Rest Without Appropriate Parking Infrastructure
A prohibition of regular weekly rest and reduced weekly rest in the vehicle will seriously disrupt international road freight transport at a time when the lack of suitable secure parking and rest facilities in the EU is a serious challenge, creating safety risks fore the drivers and the goods. This is the opinion of a group of key European industry stakeholders representing logistics service providers, freight forwarders and express carriers.
16 March 2018
Joint Position Paper on Maritime Single Window
Together with the European Associations of the Private Port Companies and Terminals, Sea Ports, Ship Brokers and Agents, Port Community Systems and the Shippers, CLECAT published their position paper on the Ship Reporting Formalities Directive (RFD), also known as the Maritime Single Window initiative.
02 March 2018
New EU Roadsec Portal Launched
Following a project funded by the European Commission, a new Roadsec.eu portal has been created, which provides downloadable factsheets for truck drivers and logistics managers on top security tips, preparation of a security plan, vehicle inspection and incident reporting in road transport.
01 March 2018
More EU budget for Transport : Sign the petition!
The current Multi-annual Financial Framework (MFF) runs until the end of 2020. End of May 2018, the Commission will present proposals for the post-2020 MFF (2021-2027) and for the next generation of thematic programmes that will receive funding, including the most relevant programme for ports, the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF II). In order to ensure that the CEF II comes with an adequate budget envelope, CLECAT has again joined forces with more than 40 transport organisations to revitalise, extend and coordinate the Transport coalition “More EU budget for Transport, the best investment plan for Europe!”, launched in 2015.
16 February 2018
CLECAT adopts position paper on Combined Transport Directive revision
CLECAT has adopted its position paper on the revision of the 1992 Combined Transport Directive. CLECAT has long supported a revision of Directive 92/106/EEC, which is outdated, ambiguous and creates barriers to the effective operation of combined transport. The review is an opportunity to make the legislative preconditions realistic, transparent and up to date. Overall the Directive should be lighter, simpler and less costly to implement. The proposed revision goes some way to overcoming these failings of the current Directive, which is welcome, but still requires improvement in places in order to bring clarity and certainty to the combined transport market.