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On the 26th and 27th of April the Romanian transport and logistics industry meet in Cluj-Napoca!


600 participants will take benefit of top speakers are offering solutions to the challenging issues which the transport and logistics companies are facing, regardless the size of the business!

  • The correct working time possible of international transport drivers and payment of minimum wages in accordance with the Labour Code. How do we count the working hours of the drivers in order to comply with the ITM (Labor Inspection Authority) controls? – work inspector Florin Cosma

  • What is the effect of extending the obligation of the 45 hours of rest outside the truck cabin in Europe? Marilena Matei

  • How could we avoid the accusation of social dumping in France and Belgium? - Attorney Frederik Vanden Bogaerde

  • The supremacy of eastern transport in Western Europe. Raben Group, a Dutch capital transport company in Poland, is rapidly expanding in Western Europe, especially Germany, thanks to a proactive strategy for customers and employee needs - Tomasz Nieżwicki, CEE Region Director, Raben Group, and Sebastian Gryszkiewicz, Business Development Manager, Raben Group

  • The crisis of drivers – Are non-community employees a solution? Is it better to allow driving school for C+E category from 18 years of age? Dabate with the participation of Lucian Sova, the Minister of Transport, Sandor Gabor (IFPTR), and representatives of the professional associations of carriers and representatives of the Road Police

  • The evening will end with an exceptional concert offered by Proconsul and Andreea Banica.

During the day, over 50 partners of the event will exhibit vehicle and equipments for the information of the participants.


Access the link below for more information of the event

http://traficmedia.ro/ro/conferinte/11611-expo-tranzit-2018.html

The challenges of the year in logistics: e-commerce, “green” transport, hypermarket vs. proximity store, General Data Protection Regulation.

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