The European Intermodal Association is the first European association open to all transport modes: rail, road, waterborne, air.
Its aim is to improve the co-operation of the different modes of transport as the logistics' chain still has lots of shortcomings in infrastructural, technical, organisational and legal respects.
Therefore, this neutral organisation with more than 60 members is suitably qualified to discuss controversial subjects and to propose balanced and sustainable solutions in line with and to improve the EU transport policy.
In this sense EIA offers its services to the EU Institutions in order to help shape the appropriate measures. (EU Commission’s official lobbying register ID number: 132285118-55).
Become a member
As a member of the EIA you too can be part of the specialist platform for intermodal transport modes.
You can use this platform and the support of the EIA facilities and networks to influence decision makers in many ways, some of the most popular are through EIA round tables and/or participation.
The EIA will inform you of recent developments and can help you with your lobby or public affairs contacts with the European institutions.
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