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UIRR, International Union for Road-Rail Combined Transport

Numărul de identificare din Registru: 49307536642-11
Data înscrierii: 12.09.2011 10:32:37

Ultima actualizare a informaţiilor referitoare la organizaţia dumneavoastră a avut loc la 18.08.2014 10:38:17
Data ultimei actualizări anuale: 18.08.2014 10:38:17


Solicitantul înregistrării: Organizaţie sau persoană care desfăşoară activităţi independente

Nume sau denumire: UIRR, International Union for Road-Rail Combined Transport
Acronim: UIRR
Statut juridic: s.c.r.l.
Site internet: http://www.uirr.com

Categorii

Categorie: II – Reprezentanţi interni şi asociaţii comerciale/profesionale
şi mai precis: Asociaţii comerciale, de afaceri şi profesionale

Persoana care deţine răspunderea juridică

Prenume, nume: Domnul  Ralf-Charley Schultze
Funcţie: Director General

Persoana care răspunde permanent de relaţiile cu UE

Prenume, nume: Domnul  Ralf-Charley Schultze
Funcţie: Director General

Date de contact:

Datele de contact ale sediului organizaţiei: Rue Montoyer  31
Cutia poştală: bte 11
B-1000 Brussels
BELGIA
Numărul de telefon: (+32) 25487890
Număr de fax: (+32) 25126393
Alte informaţii cu privire la datele de contact:

Obiective şi misiuni

Obiectivele şi misiunile organizaţiei: The International Union for Road-Rail Combined Transport (UIRR) represents European road-rail Combined Transport operators, as well as Transhipment Terminal Managers, who organise this ecologically and economically sustainable system of freight transport.

UIRR was founded in 1970 by eight Combined Transport (CT) Operators with a mission to assist the organisation of border-crossing road-rail traffic within Europe. Members of the Brussels-based UIRR presently operate a CT network which spans the entire continent, and provides connections beyond Europe to destinations as far as China.

The strategic aims of UIRR are to
- achieve a balanced regulatory framework for every mode of transport, which enables fair competition based on technical-merit and management excellence; and
- to grow the market for CT.

The mission of UIRR is to
- Promote CT by providing information on it and producing contributions to the forming of the regulatory framework of European transport;
- Enhance CT through catalysing professional exchanges and engaging in RDI projects.
- Support CT with services that can ideally be organised and provided through a neutral, yet professional industry association, such as UIRR.

In details:
Promotion of Combined Transport: Publications such as books, annual reports and CT statistical data, quarterly newsletters, position papers and press releases on specific (legislative) topics, regular press and conference appearances, events, as well as an informative website - www.uirr.com - serve the purpose of promotion of road-rail Combined Transport by UIRR. European transport politicians, and officials of the European Commission are regularly contacted by UIRR’s staff to ensure that this sustainable system of freight transport, based on efficiently inserting electric rail into long-distance transport-chains, receives the attention that it deserves in Brussels and Strasbourg.

Enhancement through standardisation, research and development: Coordination of RDI projects that aim at developing new solutions and best practice, participation in European standardisation initiatives (in collaboration with CEN and ERA, as well as UIC), and the facilitation of professional exchanges through the operation stakeholder Interest Groups. UIRR has contributed to numerous projects aiming to develop solutions for improved safety, security, as well as to devise IT solutions for the better facilitation and easier use of Combined Transport, including activities at transhipment terminals.

Supporting daily operations of Combined Transport: A series of professional Interest Groups meet under UIRR to regularly discuss ways of enhancing operational practices and technologies used, while spreading best practice. Moreover, UIRR issues electronic terminal and customer codes to be used with the UIRR data-message, an industry standard which is elemental in the communication between various European CT Operators and their clients. The CESAR tracking and tracing system, established by UIRR member companies, provides valuable information on a daily basis. More recently, the EN13044 standard mandated UIRR to become the Administrator of the ILU-Code, a standardised owner-identification solution for intermodal loading units (ILUs) - swap-bodies and semi-trailers - used in Europe.
Interesele organizaţiei dumneavoastră ţin de nivelul următor/nivelurile următoare:
  • european

Numărul persoanelor angajate în activităţi care intră în sfera de aplicare a Registrului de Transparenţă

Număr de persoane: 4
Informații complementare: Activities falling under the scope of the Transparency Register do not exclusively constitute the scope of responsibilities of the aforementioned colleagues.

Persoane acreditate să acceadă în clădirile Parlamentului European

Prenume Nume Data de început Data de sfârșit
Ralf-Charley Schultze 08.07.2014 04.07.2015
Akos Balazs Ersek 08.07.2014 04.07.2015

Activități

Principalele iniţiative ale UE care au fost acoperite pe durata anului precedent de activităţi care intră în sfera de aplicare a Registrului:


Since 2010 UIRR has contributed with written and verbal communication to the following topics:

- Revision of Directive 1999/62/EC on the charging of heavy goods vehicles for the use of certain infrastructures (Eurovignette Directive)
- Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area (Transport White Paper)
- Regulation 913/2010 concerning a European rail network for competitive freight and the Handbook on its implementation
- Recast of the First Railway Package
- Revision of the TEN-T Guidelines and formulation of the Connecting Europe Facility
- The Fourth Railway Package
- Revision of Directive 96/53 (weights and dimensions of HGVs) and the directives relevant for the introduction of aerodynamic devices to be used on HGVs
- Preparations for the recast of Directive 92/106 on Combined Transport
- Cooperation with the European Railway Agency on technical standardisation, interoperability and safety issues
- Contribution to CEN standardisation activities

Domenii de interes pentru notificările privind consultările şi foile de parcurs

Centrele de interese declarate de organizaţie:
  • Afaceri economice şi financiare
  • Cercetare şi tehnologie
  • Combaterea schimbărilor climatice
  • Concurenţă
  • Dezvoltare
  • Impozitare
  • Mediu
  • Piaţă internă
  • Reţele transeuropene
  • Transporturi
  • Vamă

Reţele - Networking

Informaţii privind apartenenţa organizaţiei la una sau mai multe asociaţii/federaţii/confederaţii sau, în cazul în care organizaţia face parte dintr-o reţea, chiar şi ad hoc, informaţii privind aceste raporturi.




UIRR is formally not a member of any legal organisation or body.
There is regular collaboration between UIRR and peer organisations (in alphabetical order) such as

Allianz Pro Schiene,
Association of the European Rail Industry (UNIFE),
Community of European Railways and Infrastructure Companies (CER),
European Association for Forwarding, Transport, Logistic and Customs Services (CLECAT),
European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC)
European Intermodal Association (EIA),
European Rail Freight Association (ERFA),
European Rail Infrastructure Managers (EIM),
European Rail Research Council (ERRAC),
European Shippers Council (ESC),
International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA),
International Road Union (IRU),
International Transport Forum (ITF/OECD),
International Union of Railways (UIC),
Promotion of the Axis of goods Ferroviaire Rhine-Rhone western Mediterranean (FERRMED),
Transport and Environment (T&E),
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

Date financiare

Anul exerciţiului: 01/2013 - 12/2013
Estimarea costurilor legate de activităţile directe de reprezentare a intereselor, efectuate de organizaţie pe lângă instituţiile europene, pe durata acestui exerciţiu: >= 50000  € şi < 100000  €
Suma şi sursa de finanţare primită din partea instituţiilor UE în cursul exerciţiului financiar n -1 al înregistrării
Achiziții publice: 0 €
Granturi: 47.946 €
Alte informaţii financiare sau precizări suplimentare furnizate de organizaţie pentru asigurarea transparenţei:

Grants are related to participation in EU financed research projects (falling under the FP7 framework program), as well as Marco Polo projects.

Cod de conduită

Înregistrându-se, organizaţia a semnat Codul de conduită al Registrului de transparenţă.

Organizaţia a declarat, de asemenea, că respectă şi următorul cod:
yes.