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IRU marks 75th anniversary with eye on future of road transport

Land transportation IRU - 2023-03-23

IRU, the world road transport organisation, celebrates its 75th anniversary today, eyeing mobility and logistics opportunities that lie ahead. …

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EU agrees to the world’s first green shipping fuel requirement

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-03-23

The EU confirmed the world’s first green shipping fuels law on 2023 March 23. …

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Shenyang to become new rail hub for trade with Russia and Europe

Land transportation - 2023-03-23

The city of Shenyang, in northeastern China, has deployed its first freight train to Europe in the context of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP). …

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Results of new study suggest over 60% of UK hauliers set to make layoffs

Land transportation - 2023-03-22

A new study of 105 UK HGV “fleet decisionmakers" conducted by Webfleet has found that almost two-thirds of those surveyed anticipate making layoffs over the next 12 months to cut costs. …

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TEN-T policy must recognise essential role ports play in new energy supply chains

News from Brussels ESPO - 2023-03-22

The European Parliament’s Transport Committee is preparing its position on the TEN-T Commission proposal of 2021 December 14. More than 1800 amendments are on the table of the negotiators. …

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Final EU vote on combustion ban this week looking questionable

Automotive Industry - 2023-03-22

After the postponed final vote of the EU states on the ban of combustion engines in new cars from 2035, the hanging game continues. …

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Thames Freeport fully operational after final green light from UK Government

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2023-03-22

The Thames Freeport has been given the go ahead to formally constitute its board and start operating fully, following the approval of the final business case by the UK Government. …

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Pressure grows on shipping industry to accept carbon levy

Maritime and Ports The Guardian - 2023-03-22

Pressure is growing on the international shipping industry to accept a carbon levy on ships that would fund climate action in the developing world, with the World Bank among those pushing for the measure at a crucial internatio …

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Automotive suppliers concerned insufficient infrastructure will undermine a successful mobility transition – February 2023 Pulse Check Results

News from Brussels CLEPA - 2023-03-22

The automotive supply industry is investing in new solutions towards climate-neutral mobility, but suppliers are concerned that investment will not be matched by an equal public effort to ensure that the infrastructure is fully in place …

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A springboard to decarbonize cross-channel transport

Maritime and Ports Multimodal - 2023-03-22

Building on the recent policy statement from French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, climate-neutral cross-Channel transport reached a milestone as the Channel Ports and ferry operator DFDS have signed a …

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