Last Friday, on 6 September the participants of the Digitalisation Working Group’s Close-range vehicle identification sub-group met in Zeebrugge, on the kind invitation of ICO Terminals, to test...
On 10 September 2019, Ursula Von der Leyen, the President-elect of the European Commission, announced the names of the Commissioners-designates as well as their respective portfolios...
German companies will "play a major role" in a second European battery cell production project, announced the economy and energy ministry after a workshop with European government ...
The 2019 edition of ACEA’s ‘Making the Transition to Zero-Emission Mobility’ report tracks progress made on the key ‘enabling factors’ for a stronger consumer uptake of e...
At the start of a new EU political term, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) is urgently calling for a comprehensive plan to enable the transition to zero-emission mobility...
European Commission President-elect Ursula von der Leyen held a press conference on Tuesday to present her proposals for the structure of the next Commission, which will have to be approved by the Eur...
Chile’s OECD Ambassador sets out the host country’s road map for the negotiations, with a focus also on transport...
It only took a decade for traditional automakers to take electric cars seriously and offer more than a smattering of test-the-water models...
Time is running out for European automakers, which have waited until the last minute to try to meet ambitious EU emissions targets and face billions in fines if they fail to comply...
BMW would reduce output at its Mini plant in Oxford, England, by eliminating a work shift should the UK opt for a hard Brexit, according to its chief financial officer...
Facing an unprecedented wave of climate protests, Germany's trio of car groups, BMW, Daimler and VW, put their sustainability ambitions at the centre of their presentations at the Frankf...
The British and Korean automotive sectors are to benefit from closer ties as SMMT today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with its Korean counterpart, the Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association...
Europe's automakers are telling governments they must help build electric-car charging points and provide consumer subsidies to boost sales of battery-powered vehicles and assist the industry in m...
China's Great Wall Motor may consider building a plant in the European Union once again if its sales there hit 50,000 units a year, its Chairman Wei Jianjun said, as part of a push to seek growth ...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel wants to help offset the higher costs of cleaner vehicles by putting a price on carbon-dioxide emissions, potentially offering a lift to the country's vital au...
Reducing CO2 emissions from all new cars and accelerating the uptake of zero emission models is essential to prevent a climate emergency...
The SUV (sport utility vehicle) boom cheered on by German carmakers BMW, Daimler and VW is about to turn into a heavy liability for the industry as EU fines for excessive emis...
Owning a shiny new car will be increasingly uncommon in the near future — but carmakers aren't letting that upend their suggestive advertising strategies...
More than 30,000 people have put in a reservation for Volkswagen's first purpose-built electric car ID...
Government and industry partnership Zenzic launched a roadmap for the introduction of self-driving vehicles in the UK at a press conference in London last week...
Worries Expressed for Post Brexit Computer Records Prompt Calls for Delay to CDS...
IRU today joins European employers in calling on policy makers to implement measures that will improve skills matching and tackle the worrying trend of labour shortages across the continent...
New motorway signs have been set up to warn hauliers about potential changes to customs processes in the event of a no deal Brexit on October 31st...
The leaking of the government 'Yellowhammer' document which predicts cross Channel trade to be restricted initially to between 40-60% of current levels from Day 1 after leaving in th...
The energy transition and digitisation are the two strategic challenges facing large industrial ports...
When new global rules limiting the amount of sulphur in shipping fuels were announced, marine gasoil (MGO), a type of diesel fuel used on ships, was declared the early winner since most types readily ...
By January next year, cargo vessels will have to switch to cleaner burning bunker fuel, a transition for which ports in some parts of the world are poorly prepared...
As one of the first EU countries, Finland has signed the High Ambition Declaration on Shipping...
Hyundai Glovis’ car carrier Golden Ray capsized outside the US port of Brunswick last weekend with around 4,300 vehicles onboard...
Ports are essential for the global supply chain - but do they need more international regulation? High-level speakers engaged in a lively debate at a joint Hutchison Ports/IMO/IMO International Mariti...
Port Zones UK - a new coalition of British airport and seaport operators - calls for planning reforms as part of an economic package to stimulate investment "Zonal" enhancements t...
The first World Ports Climate Action Programme (WPCAP) congress will take place in Rotterdam next May...
Despite a deadline in more than thirty years, a combination of research and development, building and long lifecycles means that container ships commissioned in the next few years will still be in ser...
Before summer, the European Commission kicked off the review of the TEN-T Regulation 1315/2013 with a public consultation...
Global trade, and the maritime sector that enables so many of its flows, faces uncertain and challenging times, according to the UK Major Ports Group...
Norwegian shipping company Höegh Autoliners has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer after the resignation of the company’s current CEO...
Neptune Lines is delighted to announce that as from 1 of September 2019, Marmedsa (Noatum Maritime) will be joining Neptune Lines’ agency network as the Official Agent of Neptune Lines in F...
Deutsche Bahn, innogy and RWE Supply & Trading sign Power Purchase Agreement / Nordsee Ost wind farm to supply green electricity for five years Deutsche Bahn (German Rail – DB) will conti...
The Department for Transport (DfT), in partnership with ABP’s Port of Southampton, today launches the UK’s first Port Economic Partnership (PEP), an innovative initiative to create stronge...