European Partnership to make Zero-Emission Waterborne Transport a reality before 2050

Barcelona, June 29, 2021.- Cyprus Shipping News has published the following information about the carbon footprint of maritime transport and the European plans to reduce it to 0 from 2050:

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The British Ports Association: “The UK is definitely leaving the EU’s Customs Union and Single Market which means major changes for cross border trade”

Barcelona, January 14, 2021.- Merchandise trade between the UK and the EU will change significantly from the next few months. Public Administrations and private carriers’ employers haven´t yet calculated the true impact of Brexit. But, without a doubt, carriers and supply chains with the UK will undergo a change in processes, taxes, routes, etc., the British Ports Association anticipates this in the following information that we have read in “Transport Distribution Europe”:

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The safest roads in Europe and those with the most accidents by type of road and mode of transport

Barcelona, July 15, 2019.- Useful information for transport companies is to know which countries have the safest roads. As well as accident statistics, by type of road and mode of transport. All these figures have been found in infographics, as you can see, made by ACEA (Employers’ Automobile Manufacturers) and by the EU. Precisely, the European Union have launched new measures to gain security on European roads in the short term.

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Preparations by the UK to guarantee the transport of goods after the Brexit, on March 29 (Nº2)

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Barcelona, February 21, 2019.- No official or private department, neither in the United Kingdom nor in Europe, knows exactly what will happen next March 29 with the Brexit and the freight transport sector. In the first part of this report we publish a simple summary of the possible consequences. And here we finish it. Each professional, each company, each government, each company or multinational must invest individually how the historical fact that the UK leaves the European Union in the coming weeks will affect it.

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