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June 29, 2012

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Today the inaugural reunion of the High Level Group for the Logistics of the EU commission has held

It has the task to supply a strategic advising on the future measures in the section of the transports that can influence the field of the logistics

Today to Brussels the inaugural reunion of the High Level Group for Logistics (HLGL has held) constituted by the EU commission to the aim to make use of a strategic advising on the future measures in the section of the transports that can influence the field of the logistics.

Meeting the members of the new group the vice president of the EU commission, Siim Kallas, in charge of the transports, has emphasized that “the logistics is an essential activity for the EU supplying 11 million places of work and representing 4.9% from our economy in terms of added value. It is - he has found - an inseparable part of European politics of the transports and is one of the key factors for the success of the activity. It is therefore extremely important that we discuss with the parts interested of the challenges that they attend to us in order to fully take advantage of the potential one of the European logistics and the field of the transport of the goods”.

The today's argument has been centralized on the main throttlings that hinder the activity of transport goods and the logistics and on the possible measures in order to improve the situation.

The High Level Group on Logistics is constituted by Alan Mckinnon, university professor of the University of Amburgo and in charge of the logistics of Kühne Logistics, Lauri Ojala, university professor of the Turku School of Economics of the University of Turku, Robert-Jan Zimmerman, managing director of Mercurius Shipping Group, Kerstin Geiger, responsible Global Head Industry Solutions di SAP, Frank Appel, managing director of Deutsche Post, Marie-Christine Lombard, managing director of TNT Express, Laurent Freixe, executive vice president of Nestlé, Clemence Cheng, responsible for Central Europe of Hutchison Port Holdings, Rafael Aznar Garrigues, president of the Harbour Authority of Valencia, Myriam Chaffart of the secretariat Inland Waterways and Logistics of the European Transport Workers' Federation (ETF), Rodolphe Saadé, director of CMA CGM and president of Delmas, Niels Smedegaard, managing director of DFDS, Christian Kern, managing director of ÖBB Group, and Hjoerdis Stahl, executive vice president of Luxair Cargo.

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