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Persistent economic instability affects quarterly figures for Port of Antwerp-Bruges

Members Corner Port of Antwerp-Bruges - 2023-10-24

After nine months, Port of Antwerp-Bruges records a total freight throughput of 204.4 m tons, a decrease of 6% compared to the same peri …

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Heavy-duty vehicles urgently require regulatory update that boosts their data market potential

News from Brussels CLEPA - 2023-10-24

CLEPA, together with other independent service providers, has published a position paper calling for a revision of the Type approval regulation that maximises the potential of the data market for heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs). …

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Mitsubishi Motors to invest up to 200 mln euros into Renault's new EV unit

Automotive Industry Reuters - 2023-10-24

Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors (7211.T) will invest up to €200 m ($214 m) in the new electric vehicle unit of French counterpart Renault (RENA.PA), Mitsubishi said on Tuesday. …

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First Milence charging hub to be built in Venlo

Land transportation - 2023-10-24

The joint venture, founded by Daimler Truck, Traton Group and Volvo Group, made the announcement on LinkedIn. “This is an important milestone in our journey to accelerate the transition to sustainable transport. …

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China's Great Wall is first EV maker to respond to EU anti-subsidy probe

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-10-24

China's Great Wall Motor called for a fair and open trade environment after saying it had formally submitted responses to the European Commission's anti-subsidy investigation of Chinese-made electric vehicles. …

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Leading EU committee supports near phase-out of diesel trucks

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-10-24

The EU Parliament environment committee has backed the European Commission’s plans to slash emissions from heavy-duty vehicles. MEPs voted for targets to cut the average emissions of new freight trucks by 45% in 2030 and 90% in 2040. …

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Threat of higher fuel prices resurrects Yellow Vest fears

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-10-24

A recent analysis suggests that the EU’s carbon market for road transport and buildings (known as ETS 2) may see prices rise far above the €45 promised by the European Commission, provoking fears that protests against fuel price hik …

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Toyota production set to recover after supplier factory blast

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-10-23

Toyota will gradually restart operations at its plants in Japan that had been halted due to an accident at a supplier. …

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European suppliers' group warns against China tariffs as a quick fix

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-10-23

Any tariffs imposed on Chinese electric vehicle imports to Europe could boomerang against European companies, officials at suppliers’ lobbying group CLEPA said. …

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ESPO'S environmental report 2023: climate change again top priority for Europe’s ports

Maritime and Ports ESPO - 2023-10-23

The European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) has unveiled its Annual ESPO Environmental Report 2023 - EcoPortsinSights 2023, marking the eighth edit …

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