Workshop of Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure within the framework of the “transport logistic 2019” trade fair on 5 June 2019 in Munich
The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure hosted again a workshop on the transport of dangerous goods within the framework of the “transport logistic 2019” trade fair in Munich; the focus of the workshop was on the use of electronic transport documents to enhance safety, security and economic efficiency.
During the workshop, particular emphasis was placed on the activities to develop guidelines on the use of an electronic transport document. The objective of these guidelines is to support the introduction and evolution of a harmonized system for the use of electronic transport documents during the national and international transport of dangerous goods. To this end, recent developments in companies and authorities were presented. In addition, information on the planned regulation of the European Parliament and the Council on electronic freight transport information (eFTI) and its significance with regard to the system agreed for the transport of dangerous goods have been provided.
In the following you will find an overview of the presentations shown, which are also available for download.
Recent developments in the fully electronic transmission of the transport document
- State of discussions in the Telematics Working Group of the Joint RID/ADR/ADN Meeting – Guidelines on the use of an electronic transport document
Claude Pfauvadel, Ministère de la Transition écologique et Solidaire, Paris, France
- Demands placed on the internet-based use of the electronic transport document in an international context
Christian Lüpges, AlbrechtConsult GmbH, Aachen, Germany
- Presentation and state of play of the technical working group TP1
Jean-Philippe Méchin, Cerema Méditerranée Aix-en-Provence, France
- New developments in the dangerous goods data model – lessons learned from the EU project “CORE”
Antonella di Fazio FDC and Danilo Giaquinto, Ministero delle Infrastrutture e dei Trasporti, Rome, Italy
- TP 1 exemplified by a practical use case
Ulrich Mann, GBK GmbH, Ingelheim, Germany
- From eCMR to eFTI – On the current status of electronic documents in freight transport
Tim Schneider, Bundesverband Spedition und Logistik e. V., Berlin, Germany
Recent developments at the European level
- Proposal for a regulation on electronic freight transport information (eFTI)
Lia Potec, European Commission, DG Move, Brussels, Belgium
- The Benelux strategy on the eCMR and the transition to the eFTI Europe
Rudy Hemeleers, Luxemburg