European Inland Transport Council (EITC)
1992, by national transport user organizations and shippers' councils. Also referred to as European Inland Transport Users Council. Ceased to exist, 1996, when activities taken over by European Shippers' Council (ESC).
Develop the inland transport market in Europe in line with interests of transport users; in particular, find viable alternatives to road transport such as combined road/rail or short sea shipping and work for modernization of transport equipment by introduction of ISO standard containers.Available with paid subscription only.
Identifies changing trends in production, trade and distribution patterns and translates these into user requirements so as to ease adaptation of transport services to needs of members.
Members in 9 countries
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- Transportation, Telecommunications
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