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Joint Press Release: Transport workers, operators and shippers unite to lift global standards on driver treatment

By | 2021-05-20T13:28:34+00:00 May 20th, 2021|

Brussels, Geneva and London, 20 May 2021 – The leaders of three major international organisations, representing transport workers, operators and shippers have launched a charter to improve how truck and van drivers are treated at collection and delivery sites. Globally, more than 60 million commercial trucks are driven by qualified and dedicated workers who, unfortunately,

GSA webinar: “SUEZ CANAL: What else for global shippers?”

By | 2021-05-06T13:21:11+00:00 May 6th, 2021|

30 April, 2021, Global Shippers’ Alliance hold "SUEZ CANAL: what else for global shippers?" webinar. The scope of the webinar covered the recent events triggered from the Suez Canal blockage and observations on how the level playing field between maritime stakeholders is (re)acting to the situation. Presentations and the recording of the webinar are now

US: the Federal Maritime Commission is investigating the activities of ocean carrier alliances

By | 2021-04-12T11:49:13+00:00 April 12th, 2021|

The Federal Maritime Commission met virtually and in closed session on the 7th of April 2021 to discuss developments in the ongoing Fact Finding 29 investigation of challenges to the freight delivery system and possible Shipping Act violations, and to receive a briefing on the agency’s monitoring activities of ocean carrier alliances. This was the

European shippers call on European Commission to take action

By | 2021-03-31T11:19:02+00:00 March 31st, 2021|

25th of March 2021, European Shippers’ Council voiced shippers’ position on unreliability and peaking prices in the maritime container transport at the meeting organised by the European Commission. The Maritime Forum gathered maritime stakeholders - shippers, freight forwarders, carriers, port operators, ship owners - and representatives of DG COMP and DG MOVE to discuss the

Outcry of shippers worldwide at current shipping crisis

By | 2021-02-17T17:58:11+00:00 February 17th, 2021|

Shippers worldwide are furious at the chaotic shipping market and the lack of mechanisms to resolve it. The Global Shippers’ Alliance (GSA) and its individual members said that the impairments brought were immense, and global economies and the public suffered tremendously as a result. “Production, marketing activities, and distributions are all disrupted”, said Denis Choumert,

European shippers and freight forwarders urge carriers to stop current practices that slow economic recovery

By | 2020-12-01T09:47:51+00:00 December 1st, 2020|

Since the outbreak of the global pandemic, the container imbalance and the reduction of capacity in liner shipping has seriously impacted on the shippers and freight forwarders who have been seeking to ensure the fluidity of their global supply chains, which remains crucial during the ongoing crisis. Since these problems perpetuate, European Shippers' Council (ESC)

Covid-19: AAEI addresses President Trump with relief measures to aid businesses

By | 2020-03-23T12:39:32+00:00 March 23rd, 2020|

The American Association of Exporters and Importers suggests relief measures that President Trump puts in place to provide immediate and substantial relief to American businesses. The measures include a delay of USMCA implementation,  extending the time for companies to respond to all "paper-based" processing deadlines, and relaxing export controls and import regulatory requirements. For more

GSA supports ESC position regarding negative consequences of BER extension

By | 2020-03-23T10:51:10+00:00 December 5th, 2019|

GSA supports the European Shippers' Council's position regarding the intention of the European Commission to extend the Block Exemption Regulation for another four years. This extension will bring negative consequences for the market. As indicated in the ESC press release, the Commission’s decision to extend the BER is not sufficiently supported by relevant data. No credible

Block Exemption Regulation to be extended by European Commission

By | 2019-12-05T11:59:47+00:00 December 5th, 2019|

The European Shippers’ Council rejects the proposal of the European Commission to extend the Consortia Block Exemption Regulation for 4 more years without any modifications. The current BER, in place since 2009, doesn’t provide any instruments to deal with the current market drivers and has serious consequences that affect the present maritime business conditions. For more