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EurAsian Landbridges – opportunities to exploit the untapped potential

 

Registration form available below

 

Time and place:


Date:  20 November 2018
Time:  18.30
Place:  Leopold Hotel,
Rue du Luxembourg 35, 1050 Brussels

 

 

kindly hosted by

 

MEP Wim van de Camp (EPP)
Member of the ELP Advisory Board & Member of TRAN

 

Guest Speakers

 

Thomas Kowitzki, Head of China Rail / Multimodal Europe, DHL Global Forwarding GmbH
 
Hendrik Wehlen, General Manager Sales & Operations, Interrail Europe
 
European Commission Perspective
Alain Baron, Head of the International Transport Sector, DG MOVE
 

 

The members of the European Logistics Platform (ELP) are delighted to invite you to a dinner debate to discuss the development of the EurAsian landbridges with particular focus on the involvement of the users’ needs in the development of new infrastructure and services in the EU and neighbouring non-EU countries. What are the needs of European logistics with regards to trade facilitation on the corridors in the areas of standards, customs, interoperability, etc. The event will also get some insight from the Commission on the EU-Asia connectitivity strategy aimed at a more inclusive approach for development of connectivity with Asia.

 

Members from across the European Parliament's committees and political groups, the European Commission and stakeholders are invited to join the debate on the 20th November.

 

Online registration is now open.

 

European Logistics Platform (ELP)

77 Rue du Commerce B-1040 Brussels

T. +32 2503 4705

 

ACEA, AMAZON, BDL, CER, CLECAT, Deutsche Bahn, Deutsche Post DHL Group, duisport, ECG, ECSLA, ERFA, ESC, FEPORT, FERRMED, FTA, Goodyear Dunlop Tires, Hutchison Whampoa, IRU, Michelin, Nordic Logistics Association, P&G, Port of Rotterdam, RFG, Transport en Logistiek Nederland, UIRR, Volvo Group

http://www.european-logistics-platform.eu/ 


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