2 July 2013


 Latest European Transport News


European Food Logistics Group Launched by Twelve Independent Freight
The Handy Shipping Guide
EUROPE – Food distribution can prove a tricky market, especially when time and temperature sensitive groupage quantities are involved. Earlier this month at the Transport Logistics Trade Fair held in Munich, twelve leading freight operatives unveiled

EU floats plan to monitor shipping emissions
Business Green (blog)
“The EU monitoring system will bring environmental and economic gains for the shipping sector by increasing transparency about emissions and creating an incentive for ship-owners to cut them,” EU Climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard said. “Robust 

EU passenger rights: new information campaign
The Baltic Course
European research shows that two-thirds of passengers are not aware of their rights. For this reason, the Commission is launching a new campaign to inform the many people gearing up to travel this summer about their passenger rights, and how to claim 

European Smart Ticketing Alliance agreed
International Railway Journal
IN an effort to make transport ticketing simpler and easier for passengers across Europe, representatives from four ticketing standards bodies and the International Public Transport Association (UITP) have founded the Smart Ticketing Alliance which