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ESC Brussels Update November 2012

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

Section 1 – Regulators:

1.1. Sulphur Directive Adopted by the Council (see also 3.8);
1.2. Council agrees its position on new rules for the airport slots allocation;
1.3. November infringements package: main decisions by the European Commission on Transport;
1.4. The 2013 budget should support growth and jobs, according to MEPs ;
1.5. Commission seeks formal eplanations from Spain on changes to airport charges;
1.6. New portal on Trans-European Network with dynamic maps;
1.7. Transport infrastructure: Commission releases over €1.2 billion to fund key TEN-T projects;
1.8. Safer vehicles through international harmonization;
1.9. Single European Sky:
1.10. MEPs oppose liberalisation of ground services at airports;
1.11. Stopping the clock of ETS and aviation emissions following las week ICAO council;
1.12. EVENTS.

Section 2 – Business:

2.1 Freight rates slip again – which could cost Maersk some $1.8bn;
2.2 Record high for liner schedule integrity;
2.3 Asia-Europe GRI lost as spot rates tumble;
2.4 Box lines aim for Pacific cost cuts;
2.5 Latest IMO developments – MEPC 64 highlights
2.6 MSC increased rates for reefer containers
2.7 Brazil as a major commodities exporter
2.8 Unipec among trio of charterers choosing green
2.9 Shipping made easier with eBIS;
2.10 OECD Statistics Brief - October 2012: Global Freight Volumes Suggest Continuous Uncertainty
2.11 Special rolling stock: system costs are 30% to 40% higher compared to the UCT standard
2.12 Swissport senior reshuffle
2.13 Airfreight drives IAG widebody link

Section 3 – European Shippers’ Council (ESC):

3.1 New Member from SPAIN – Brief message of the President of TRANSPRIME to ESC Members;
3.2 ESC delegation meets Mr Hololei, Head of Cabinet of Vice-President of the Commission in charge of Transport;
3.3 ESC PRESS RELEASES: i. Sulphur content rules will have a deep impact on Shippers (Sweco report) ii. Asian Shippers and ESC
meet in Jakarta and agree to increase cooperation;
3.4 ESC Chairman meets MAI President in Brussels;
3.5 ESC/UIRR Secretary Generals met to renew alliance and identify new areas of cooperation;
3.6 ESC Article for the Journal of Commerce by the Secretary General (November 2012);
3.7 ESC meeting AIM for potential cooperation;
3.8 NEWS from the MODAL COUNCILS
3.8.1 Trade Facilitation: i. Blue Belt; ii. Reporting Directive; iii. Turkey.
3.8.2 Air Transport Council: i. EC Legislative Proposal; ii. JOINT LETTER ESC/CLECAT on Comments in response to the new
implementing legislation on third country cargo (19/11/2012);
3.8.3 Rail Transport Council: i. Decrease in European rail freight; ii. Recast of First Railway Package approved by European transport
ministers; iii. Shippers need a Fourth Railway Package with the right policy and actions.
3.8.4 Inland Transport Council (Road and Inland Navigation): i. Cabotage; ii. ESC attended a meeting about emissions reduction in
inland waterway transport fleet;
3.8.5 Maritime Transport Council: i. ESC urges for innovation in supply chain communication.
3.9 EVENTS.

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