Frigoclub International (FCI)
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1986, within the framework of Transfrigoroute International (TI).
Represent members of TI national groups offering temperature-controlled road transport and distribution services; promote multinational and bilateral commercial cooperation and reciprocity of services among them so as to lower costs, rationalize activity and prevent excessive competition and acquisition of vehicles; develop greater vehicle utilization through a freight exchange system between member companies and their traffic operators; act as the respected, professional body for the industry within the European Single Market and in other areas of influence; provide an environment of mutual assistance with technical problems and roadside breakdowns, creating greater trust, respect and confidence; form an international register of firms conforming to strict rules and conditions of conveyance and insurance, and willing to cooperate in joint operations; further develop the international legal network and seek ways of obtaining added benefits from this system.Available with paid subscription only.
Cooperates with TI Technical Advisory Committee (CCT) in developing higher standards and specifications of equipment. Organizes meetings for mutual exchange of information on trends, seasons and prices. Provides TI Presidency with information on technical, fiscal or legal hindrances they may tackle with relevant political and legislative bodies.
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Members in 12 countries
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