A group of transport stakeholder associations, including Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER),  the European Rail Freight Association (ERFA ), the European Federation of Inland Ports (EFIP) and the European Sea Ports Association (ESPO),  have written an open letter to the European institutions highlighting concerns over current budget proposals regarding transport infrastructure.


Study shows positive link between female leadership and business performance and urges boost from current 5 per cent of women in top positions


Issued by Dynamar B.V., Alkmaar, The Netherlands

The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (www.eia.gov) new “Today in Energy” brief looks at the world’s chokepoints for shipping global crude oil supplies.

5 October 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of World Teachers’ Day.




Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, based on U.S. Census Bureau data




For Dr Carsten Wiebers, Global Head of Maritime Industries at KfW IPEX-Bank, and member of the SMM Advisory Board, innovative financing solutions are key to Europe's continued international competitiveness in maritime high technology.





It has been slandered as the world’s ‘unluckiest airline’, after facing two catastrophic incidents within the space of five months. So what happens to Malaysia Airlines now? Will they remain determined in rebuilding passenger trust, and consequently securing their future? Or will they have to except that there is no coming back from this, and declare bankruptcy?


RISPOSTE TURISMO: The 2014 edition of the Adriatic Sea Tourism Report, a publication dedicated to the analysis of maritime tourism movements in the Adriatic area (cruise, ferry and boating), has been presented.


Tripartite committee at the ILC agrees decent work should be explicit goal of post-2015 global development agenda


A new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO) presents the latest social security trends and finds that most people are without adequate social protection at a time when it is most needed.
News | 03 June 2014


The ILO’s flagship report on the world of work shows, for the first time, that quality jobs can drive sustained growth in emerging and developing countries.
GENEVA (ILO News) –Countries that invested the most in quality jobs from the early 2000s grew nearly one percentage point faster every year since 2007 than other developing and emerging economies, says a new ILO report. This helped cushion the impact of the global crisis which erupted in 2008.


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