European SIG

Drury, Jolyon
May 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;May2000, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p55
Trade Publication
This article reports on how the special interest groups (SIG) of the Institute of Logistics and Transport (ILT) are continuing to progress it mission in bringing cross-European Union (EU) issues and opportunities to the membership. Areas of interest in the program of the EU for 2000 include intermodal transport and health and safety legislation. The SIG would like to learn of any issues affecting the daily and strategic operation of transport and logistics across the EU, whether air, road, rail, water or electronic commerce that should be discussed in the ILT forum, either within or across SIGs, and to which members can make a real contribution to the debate and democratic process.


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