International Transport Forum (ITF)
Forum international des transport
1953-10-17 Brussels Belgium
Founded 17 Oct 1953, Brussels (Belgium), as European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT) -- Conférence européenne des ministres des transports (CEMT) -- Europäische Konferenz der Verkehrsminister, as an intergovernmental organization within the C-XC3023 - OECD family, and on signature of a Protocol, following proposals adopted at European Inland Transport Conference, 18 Mar-17 Jun 1953, Paris (France). ECMT was supplanted by the International Transport Forum in 2006, following transformation into a global organization.
As a global platform and meeting place for transport, logistics and mobility: foster a deeper understanding of the role of transport in economic growth, environmental sustainability and social inclusion and to raise the public profile of transport policy.
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Summit of Ministers or Transport (annually), in Leipzig (Germany). Presidency, annually rotating among member countries. Transport Management Board, chaired by Presidency country. Task Force; Transport Research Centre; Corporate Partnership Board; Secretariat.
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