At General Assembly, shippers call for greening and further liberalizing Europe.
The European Shippers’ Council (ESC) argues that the U.S. approval of the Maersk and MSC’s so-called M2 alliance is bad for business.
Invitation to attend attend the 7th European Conference on ICT for Transport Logistics (ECITL).
This year’s edition will be held from the 5th – 7th of November, 2014, and will focus on how
“ICT drive Transport Logistic Cooperation”.
The ECITL consists of one scientific and two industry days. Representatives from well-known organizations will present future trends, emerging technologies and innovative solutions in the field of Transport Logistics, Supply Chain Management and ICT.
Date: 05-07 November 2014
Location: Fraunhofer IML, Dortmund
Registration: Open (Please click)
You will get more information in attached official announcement as well as on the conference homepage.
We are looking forward welcoming you in Dortmund!
The ERA, Academy for European Law, is organising its Annual Conference on Trade Law 2014, which will be held in Brussels on October 16th and 17th.
This annual conference, as presented on the ERA website, will provide practitioners with in-depth analysis and high-level debate on the latest developments in the field of EU and world trade law.
The main focus of this year’s event will be the new legal framework to better enforce EU rights under international trade agreements, recently approved by the European Parliament and by the EU Council. (more…)
CORE launches website to protect and secure global supply chain
The balance between effective control and supervision and facilitating legitimate trade by a number of innovations, needs to be improved. That is why today the CORE website is launched – where its partners have committed to work together to maximize the speed and reliability and minimize cost of fulfilling global trade transactions, make supply chains more transparent and resilient and at the same time bring safety and security to the highest level.
In border-crossing operations with third countries there is still quite a deal to be gained. Interventions by control agencies can cause disturbances and unexpected delays harm supply chain predictability. Moreover, additional compliance processes and procedures have raised the administrative burden for legitimate traders, thus neutralizing the positive impact of paperless declarations.