Manufacturers who obtained a UK type-approval for their cars will be able to apply for new EU-27 approvals to retain access to the European Union’s market...
New data released on 5 November by the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) provides evidence that latest-generation diesel cars emit low pollutant emissions on the road...
Russia’s deputy prime minister, Dmitry Kozak, has announced plans to raise the utilisation fee on imported vehicles by 30%, to help fund an increase in the subsidies provided to export projects ...
Carmaker VW Group and parts supplier Schaeffler have both put weaker third-quarter financial performance down to the effects of the new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP)...
IRU and its European partners are preparing to conclude a one-year long study aimed at defining common standards for safe and secure truck parking areas, to step up the development of this infrastruct...
The IRU World Congress closed on 8 November with the endorsement of the Muscat Compact – a roadmap for the future of road transport, mobility, trade and logistics...
Last week, the Graz Declaration promoting a ‘green deal’ for Europe was adopted under the Austrian Presidency at the Informal Meeting of Transport and Environment Ministers...
Technology and automation will define the future of road transport according to new IRU research, but significant obstacles stand in the way...
A warm word of congratulations to all our members who were recenty feted at the Automotove Supply Chain Global Awards 2018 in London on 1 November...
Bristol Port has been named the ‘top international port’ by Grimaldi Lines at the 22nd Euromed Convention in Athens...
On 29 October, the giant of the seas MSC MIRJAM owned by MSC, the second largest liner shipping company of the World, was in operation at Terminal de Normandie Port 2000...