The European Commission adopted an implementing regulation on the new European Rail Traffic Management System European Deployment Plan (ERTMS EDP)...
The maritime car carrier sector has failed to return to the levels of activity in place before the global economic crisis, a report issued at the end of last year by Clarksons Research has suggested. In 2008, the number of finished vehicles moved by maritime transport peaked at 21.3m units.
Forget about Mercedes CEO Dieter Zetsche’s stated goal to ‘be even greener’, the sad truth is that Mercedes once again tops the list of Europe’s car fuel economy cheats, T&E’s 2016 Mind the Gap report reveals.
The Commission set out a range of advanced safety measures that could be fitted to vehicles in the future and have the potential to save lives on the roads. These measures will be examined in detail to decide exactly how the vehicles of tomorrow will be made safer.
China will fine General Motors’ joint venture 201m yuan ($29m) for monopolistic pricing, state television reported on 23rd December, ending speculation after an official warned of penalties against a US carmaker.
DFDS is further expanding its transport activities between Sweden and Italy through the acquisition of the Swedish company Italcargo, which offers full and part-load transport services between Sweden and Italy for a broad range of cargoes.
The Grimaldi Group strengthens its Motorways of the Sea network announcing an important news: as of 3rd January, the Neapolitan Group will extend to Venice its maritime links for passengers and freight between Italy and Greece.