In order to support members and keep them regularly informed about current intermodal transport developments, a staff of four people is based in the EIA headquarters in Brussels each with their own specific tasks on a full time or part-time basis.
In its global intermodal role, the EIA also looks to other continents given the need for optimal connections and know-how exchange between members, projects and corridors in the intercontinental intermodal chain. To assist the EIA, after careful selection, currently one representative has been appointed. He reports to the Secretary General.
- Switzerland & Germany : Jörg Bebie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Aside from his activities supporting the EIA, the EIA representative is an independent consultant specialising in the intermodal transport field and come highly recommended as a point of contact for anyone seeking expertise in their areas. In this regard he can be contacted through the links on their name above.
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