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Europol investigates how criminal networks have infiltrated EU ports

Europol has launched a joint analysis report with the Security Steering Committee of the ports of Antwerp, Hamburg/Bremerhaven and Rotterdam that looks into the...

European Union confirms world’s first green shipping fuels law

The European Union (EU) passed the world's first green transportation fuel law, according to which vessels will be required to use more sustainable fuels,...

T&E blames EU of dodging deadline on polluting trucks

Polluting trucks could be supplied in Europe beyond 2040, according to a new European Union (EU) plan that Transport & Environment (T&E) fears would...

European Union’s ports ban Russian vessels

The European Commission (EC) has announced a ban on Russian vessels and Russian-operated ships from accessing European Union (EU) ports. EC said there will be...

European Union adopts new tolling rules for green trucking

Member states of the European Union (EU) will have to implement a new system of road tolls until 2023 which gives big incentives for...

EU pushes Bangladesh to allow container round use, allow more goods at off docks

The European Union (EU) has requested Bangladesh to introduce the provision of round use of containers for all shippers to facilitate trade. The system will...

EU lawmakers to incentivise cleaner trucks with lower road tolls

European hauliers will have the chance to cut their costs, if they choose to drive trucks that reduce carbon and air pollution, according to...

EU puts money where its mouth is with green port funding

European Union has agreed funding for up to 10 pilot projects in sustainable and smart supply chains through port operations with 45 companies involved...

EP votes to add carbon tax to reformed EU ETS

In a landmark vote on 10 March the European Parliament adopted a resolution to add a carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM), a carbon levy...

Threats to Irish port staff sees SPS checks lifted

Ongoing threats to staff at Northern Irish ports, including Belfast, Warrenpoint and Larne, have seen sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) checks on live animals and...
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