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e-Freight is an Integrated Project within the EU's 7th Framework programme

It is aligned with Key Initiative 7 of the White Paper on Multimodal transport of goods, which is also called e-Freight:

Create the appropriate framework to allow tracing goods in real time, ensure intermodal liability and promote clean freight transport:

1. A standard framework for freight information exchange covering all transport modes and all stakeholders.

2. A single European transport document for all carriage of goods, irrespective of mode should be developed along with all the necessary legislative support

3. A single window (single access point) and one stop shopping for administrative procedures in all modes.

30 January 2014, Brussels: Workshop on cross-modal long-distance freight transport
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e-Freight: a concrete step forward and the call for policy action
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7-8 November 2013, Brussels, "LOGISTICS IN 2030 – CHALLENGES AND WAY FORWARD"
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Intermodal Europe 2013", 8-10 October 2013
Exhibition and Conference
e-Freight workshop on ''East-West Corridor information exchange
18-19 June 2013, Vilnius, Lithuania
- EU-Asia Logistics Information Sharing Cooperation Technical Meeting, 28th & 29th May 2013, Brussels, Belgium
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e-Maritime conference 2012 - Connecting the maritime world - towards 2020 - recordings and feedback
The e-Maritime Conference 2012 - Connecting the maritime world - towards 2020
e-Freight Public consultation of the EU
New deadline: End day 31/01/2013. The EU aims at establishing the...
The e-Freight project receives funding from the EC's 7th Framework Programme      

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