Bureau international des containers et du transport intermodal (BIC)
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1933-02-22 Paris France
22 Feb 1933, Paris (France), as Bureau international des containers (BIC), under the auspices of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), being devoted to rail and road transportation. Ceased activities in summer 1939. Became intermodal and resumed activities 1 Jul 1948. Registered by French Ministerial Decree, 31 Oct 1949.
Contribute to expansion of safe, secure and sustainable containerization and intermodal transport; facilitate professional discussions on all subjects connected with containers and intermodal transport; obtain specialized documentation for the benefit of members.
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