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Advance on Viet Nam’s roadmap to join TIR
Following high level meetings in Hanoi earlier in the month, which continued the momentum for Vietnam’s possible accession to the TIR Convention, IRU returns this week to run knowledge sharing sessions with public and private stakeholders on the benefits and operational aspects of TIR.
The future of distance learning in road transport - part II
In the second part of IRU’s interviews with members about the future of distance learning in commercial transport, we talk to Peter Hari, responsible for dangerous goods and safety at ASTAG, the Swiss Road Transport Association.
IRU launches Stakeholders Forum on Data
In the wake of the European Commission’s recent publication of its European data strategy and White Paper on Artificial Intelligence, IRU kicked off its Stakeholders Forum on Data last week in order to discuss open questions related to the management of data between different actors and interests with the objective to unlock the full potential of the digital transport economy.
Road transport: a key solution to achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
On the sidelines of the UN Inland Transport Committee (ITC) meetings this week in Geneva, IRU spoke at a high-level roundtable organised by The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) on transport and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
IRU’s Logistics and Innovation Forum shows the future of road safety
The second edition of IRU’s Logistics and Innovation Forum took place last week in London, bringing together mobility and logistics leaders and innovative service providers to discuss the future of safety in road transport.
IRU report uncovers barriers to road safety investment
IRU has released a comprehensive report on road safety investment by mobility and logistics operating companies.