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Workshop: Enforcing Mobility Package 1 cabotage and posting rules

Workshop: Enforcing Mobility Package 1 cabotage and posting rules

19 Oct 2021 Global Online

New cabotage and posting rules in the European Union become applicable in February 2022. Where do we stand three months before this happens?

A number of questions remain to be clarified, such as the EU’s Internal Market Information System (IMI) posting interface, Member States’ information on the applicable rules and remuneration in case of posting, the clarification of key posting and non-posting scenarios and definitions regarding cabotage and cooling-off, and the applicability of the posting rules within the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA).

This workshop represents an opportunity for industry and public authorities to take stock of progress made so far, and evaluate what needs to be done in the remaining three months before the new rules are applied. 

Moderator: Raluca Marian, Director EU Advocacy, General Delegate of the Permanent Delegation to the EU

Agenda

10:00 - 11:15

First interactive session: Where do we stand?
  • Keynote presentation by the European Commission services, by Ewa Ptaszynska, DG MOVE
  • 5-minute interventions by:
    • Aino-Maija Alstela, Senior Specialist, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland
    • Bartek Bednarowicz, ELA
    • Mikko Västilä, TRAFICOM, Finnish Transport and Communications Agency & CORTE 
    • Hans Christian Graversen, 3F Transport, Denmark & ETF
    • Margareta Przybyla, ZMPD (PL)
  • Discussion with the audience


11:15 - 11:30

Break


11:30 - 12:45

Second interactive session: What should/can we do?
  • 5-minute interventions by:
    • Ewa Ptaszynska, DG MOVE
    • Indra Gromule, Head of International Road Carriage, Road Transport Administration of Latvia
    • Federico Pancaldi, ELA 
    • Rémy Russotto, CEO CORTE
    • Hans Christian Graversen, 3F Transport, Denmark & ETF
    • Oleg Kamberski, IRU
  • Discussion with the audience


12:45

Conclusions

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