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09 April 2024
CLECAT Newsletter 2024/11
09 April 2024
NEW DHL GLOBAL CONNECTEDNESS REPORT 2024
The DHL Global Connectedness Report 2024 (GCR) published in collaboration with the Stern School of Business at New York University was published earlier this month.
09 April 2024
2ND TRANSPORT CYBERSECURITY CONFERENCE
On 2 May, the Transport Cybersecurity Conference will take place in Brussels, aiming to provide a platform for European transport and cybersecurity actors to meet, share valuable insights, and exchange best practices and ideas.
09 April 2024
AIR CARGO DEMAND GROWS BY 11.9% IN FEBRUARY
On 3 April, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) released its latest data on global air freight markets, highlighting a robust growth in demand.
09 April 2024
UK ANNOUNCES COMMON USER CHARGES FOR FOOD AND PLANT IMPORTS
The UK business community is reeling from the announcement of new post-Brexit inspection fees for food and plant imports from the EU, with trade groups slamming the move as a "hammer blow."
09 April 2024
ITF ISSUES REPORT ON THE IMPACT OF THE RED SEA CRISIS
The International Transport Forum published a background paper on the impact of the Red Sea crisis on shipping, supply chains and the environment. The paper also details policy considerations and calls for better cooperation between national authorities to ensure connectivity and transparency of surcharges.
09 April 2024
CONNECTING EUROPE DAYS
Last week, over 4.000 transport stakeholders gathered in Brussels for the Connecting Europe Days 2024 (CED2024), organised by the European Commission and Belgian Council Presidency. Looking back on this insightful four days in at the Square in Brussels, CLECAT is sharing some important takeaways:
09 April 2024
CLECAT SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY INSTITUTE MEETS
On 8 April, CLECAT's Supply Chain Security Institute met to discuss legislative and non-legislative developments in the area of land transport, aviation and cybersecurity.
09 April 2024
CLECAT RAIL LOGISTICS INSTITUTE MEETS
On 3 April, CLECAT's Rail Logistics Institute met to discuss legislative and non-legislative developments related to rail freight.
09 April 2024
MAKE COUNTEMISSIONS EU FIT AND WORK FOR TRANSPORT!
CLECAT, ACEA (European Automobile Manufacturers Association), ECG (The Association of European Vehicle Logistics) and ESC (European Shippers’ Council), representing transport operators, users of freight transport services and truck, bus, van and passenger car manufacturers welcome the European Commission proposal aimed at establishing a common European framework for calculating GHG emissions of transport operations in the freight and passenger transport sector, the so-called CountEmissions EU initiative.