This consultation will last for 12 weeks. Questionnaires should be returned by 22 April 2015 at the very latest.
Objectives of the consultation
This consultation aims at collecting your views on the EU Maritime Transport Strategy thus contributing to the European Commission's review of the said Strategy.
We kindly ask you to identify the key developments and challenges for the maritime sector as well as any suggestion for actions and initiatives aimed at enhancing the competitiveness and growth of the EU shipping industry.
Questions and answers
Contributions may be submitted in any official EU language. To facilitate dissemination of views, you may consider submitting your contribution, or a summary thereof, in the English language.
The responder information and multiple choice questions are required. If any of the corresponding fields have not been filled in, the system will redirect you to the incomplete answer before allowing submission.
Note that you should not use the ‘Back’ button in the upper left-hand corner of the screen to navigate the online questionnaire, because this will lead to a loss of all the data that you have already inserted. For navigation, you should use the buttons ‘Next’ and ‘Previous’ at the bottom of the questionnaire page instead.
After submitting the questionnaire, a confirmation message will appear on your screen. You will also be able to print your answers.
Structure of this questionnaire
This online questionnaire is divided into 2 parts:
Part 1: Respondent information
Part 2: Objectives – Envisaged Actions & Initiatives
Report on results
Following the public consultation, a report will be made publicly available on the Commission's website.
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Please note that this document has been drafted for information and consultation purposes only. It has not been adopted or in any way approved by the European Commission and should not be regarded as representative of the views of Commission staff. It does not in any way prejudge, or constitute the announcement of, any position on the part of the Commission on the issues covered. The European Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the information provided, nor does it accept responsibility for any use made thereof.