Three transport associations cooperate on European level

Nordic Logistic Association NLA (which includes the Danish, Swedish and Norwegian associations) as well as Germany (BGL) and France (FNTR) have just announced the signing of a lease to set up a common office in Brussels as from the 1st of August 2019.

“At a particularly challenging time for the European road transport industry, it is an added value to create a stronger cooperation between our associations. This has been the result of good and fruitful cooperation between us for already many years,” said Prof. Dr. Dirk Engelhardt, CEO of BGL.

“Our aim is to advance the 3 Mobility Packages to help the sector to stay competitive in a socially fair transition towards clean energy and digitalisation,” said Erik Østergaard, President of NLA and CEO.

“Together, we will on behalf of the many thousands hauliers we represent better communicate, better inform and bring our common messages to the European decision makers in order to improve the functioning of the road haulage market for the years to come,” said Florence Berthelot, General Delegate of the Fédération Nationale des Transports Routiers (FNTR).

In the picture: Soren Larsen (NLA), Isabelle Maitre (FNTR), Dirk Saile (BGL) Photographer: Alexander Louvet