Freight Transportation: The European Market

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DIANE Publishing, 2002 - Freight and freightage - 50 pages
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The purpose of the international scan was to investigate the issues, constraints, opportunities, and challenges faced by the European Union (EU) in developing a policy of open boundaries and what strategies it uses to implement the policy. The panel met with government representatives, terminal operators, logistics providers, and shippers to gain a broad understanding of how the EU has attempted to develop a common market, and how the private sector has responded. The group met with various industry and government representatives from the Netherlands, Italy, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, and with representatives of the European Commission in Brussels.
  

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Page ii - INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY SCANNING PROGRAM The International Technology Scanning Program accesses and evaluates foreign technologies and innovations that could significantly benefit US highway transportation systems. Access to foreign innovations is strengthened by US participation in the technical committees of international highway organizations and through bilateral technical exchange agreements with selected nations. The program has undertaken cooperatives with the American Association of State...
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