The European Shippers’ Council released a white paper on container transport competition at the start of the global summit on maritime container transport competition in Brussels. (more…)
The European Commission and Member States should work together to put in place practical, meaningful and effective solutions for outcomes envisaged in the Athens Declaration and contribute fully to the economic and social development of the European Union, the European Shippers’ Council argues.
There are growing concerns among manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers about the long term threats of a concentrated container liner shipping industry through alliances, the European Shippers’ Council (ESC) says.
A delegation of the newly formed Global Shippers Association (GSA) presented the first ever Shippers’ Panel at an Intermodal Fair, at Intermodal Asia in Shanghai, placing shippers center stage. (more…)
The European Shippers’ Council (ESC), the Asian Shippers Association (ASA) and the American Association of Exporters and Importers (AAEI) today signed a memorandum of understanding underlining their cooperation in the field of air freight, maritime transport and trade facilitation.
At the IATA World Cargo Symposium, the European Shippers’ Council (ESC) highlighted to the industry that they should start to communicate with their final customers, the shippers, regarding heir needs and wishes. E-freight and cloud or system to system data exchanges, should for example replace old fashioned paper-based processes. (more…)
The Latvian European Presidency aims for a general approach to the market pillar of the Fourth Railway Package (4RP) in the Transport Council in June. This became clear during the meeting of the Transport Council today.