LP Brussels, which acts as the secretariat for the trade body UK Transport in Europe is organising a two-day delegation visit for UK industry, regulators and local government to meet European stakeholders.
The delegation will include the Civil Aviation Authority, Office of Rail and Road, Associated British Ports, Transport for London/Mayor of London, Hutchison Whampoa, Railway Industry Association, HS1, Siemens and Alstom.
Meetings will be held with the European Commission, industry stakeholders from across Europe, and the Missions from Switzerland, Norway and Canada to the EU. The highlight will be an exchange of views and networking event at the UK Ambassador’s residence jointly hosted by the UK Mission to the EU. The largest UK-EU industry gathering of its kind since the start of the global pandemic.
The Mission: Sustainable Transport – Working Together to Address the Challenges of Net Zero
Mark Watts, the LP Brussels Director who acts as Chief Executive of UKTiE, says
‘This delegation visit comes at a crucial time for the UK, Europe and the world as the transport, manufacturing and supply chain sectors grapple with the twin challenges of the need to tackle climate change and the growing impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. This visit aims to strengthen our relationships with our European friends and we look forward to discussing how best we can work to together to address the challenge of net zero at a time of international crisis.’
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