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European Commission, Jukka Savo Directorate General for mobility and transport Maritime Transport and Logistics Maritime Transport Single Window services in the European Union Global Trade Facilitation Conference Connecting International Trade: Single Windows and Supply chains in the next decade Geneva 13/12/2011
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  • European Commission,Jukka SavoDirectorate General for mobility and transportMaritime Transport and Logistics

    Maritime Transport Single Window services in the European Union

    Global Trade Facilitation ConferenceConnecting International Trade: Single Windows and

    Supply chains in the next decade

    Geneva 13/12/2011

  • | 2Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    Europa 2020 - Strategy

    . Smarth growth. Sustainable growth. Inclusive growth

    Some targets:- 20% reduced GHG

    - 20% improvement in energy efficiency

    - 3% of EU’s GPD invested to R&D

  • | 3Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    Europa 2020 - Strategy

    . Smarth growth

    Digital Agenda - flagship initiative8 pillars, 100 actions, including…

    II Pillar – Interoperability and standards

    V Pillar – Research and innovation

    VII Pillar – ICT for Social Challenges

  • | 4Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    Europa 2020 - Strategy

    . Sustainable growth

    Two flagship initiatives1. Resource efficient Europe

    2. An industrial policy for the globalisation era

  • | 5Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    Increase in maritime traffic

    .The volume of containers handled in the main European ports in 2025 is estimated be around 145 million TEUs (about 85 million in 2007).Number of port calls will rise to roughly 1.9 million by 2025.400-800% growth by 2050

  • | 6Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    White Paper on the Future of transport: Goals for competitive and resource efficient transport

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    • 30% of road freight over 300 km should shift to other modes by 2030, and more than 50% by 2050

    • A fully functional and EU-wide multimodal TEN-T ‘core network’ by 2030

    • By 2050, connect all core network airports to the rail network; all seaports to the rail freight and, where possible, inland waterway system

    Optimising the performance of multimodal logistic chains, including by making greater use of more energy-efficient modes

  • | 7Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    The White Paper: How to do it – 4 “i”s and 40 actions

    nternal market: Create a genuine Single European Transport Area by eliminating all residual barriers between modes and national systems. e-Maritime initiative for paperless and intelligent shipping

    nternal market: Create a genuine Single European Transport Area by eliminating all residual barriers between modes and national systems.e-Maritime initiative for paperless and intelligent shipping

    nnovation: EU research needs to address the full cycle of research, innovation and deployment in an integrated way.

    nnovation: EU research needs to address the full cycle of research, innovation and deployment in an integrated way.

    nfrastructure: EU transport infrastructure policy needs a common vision and sufficient resources. The costs of transport should be reflected in its price in an undistorted way.

    nfrastructure: EU transport infrastructure policy needs a common vision and sufficient resources.The costs of transport should be reflected in its price in an undistorted way.

    nternational: Opening up third country markets in transport services, products and investments continues to have high priority.

    nternational: Opening up third country markets in transport services, products and investments continues to have high priority.

  • | 8Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    The new Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) Guidelines 2014-2020

    . Dual layer approach for infrastructure: Comprehensive and core networks. For transport: €21.7bn + €10bn from the Cohesion fund in the framework of the Connecting Europe Facility

    Calls for the deployment of information technologies in order to simplify administrative procedures, provide for cargo tracking and tracing,

    and optimise schedules, traffic and cargo flows

  • | 9Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    The 2011 White Paper

    . WP 2001 Modal shift. MR 2006 Co-modality. WP 2011 Full modal integration

    A Single European Transport Area in which all residual barriers – between modes and between

    borders – are eliminated

  • | 10Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    Meeting the challenge

    .Maritime transport problem• Variety of technologies• No means of sharing

  • | 11Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    Meeting the challenge

    .e-Maritime initiative• Supporting B2A, A2A, A2B and B2B

    information sharing• Knowledge sharing• Standardisation• ICT infrastructure funding• Research funding

  • | 12Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    Meeting the challenge

    .e-Maritime – the Reporting formalities directive 2010/65/EU

    • Harmonised Single Window services for obligatory vessel reporting in the European Union

    • Simplify and harmonise the administrative procedures by making the electronic transmission of information standard and by rationalising reporting procedures.

    • Single Window service by 1 June 2015

  • | 13Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    Meeting the challenge

    .e-Maritime - benefits• Reduced administrative burden for vessels• Availability of data for value added services• Economise in scale from standardisation• Improved efficiency in ports• Increased attractiveness on maritime transport

    through better predictability on cargo flow• Maritime pillar for multimodal transport chain• Integration to global logistic chains• Reporting formalities: 23 harmonised systems

  • | 14Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    Common Reference Framework: Reference Model e-Freight

    ITS

    TAF/

    TSI

    RIS

    eMar

    itim

    e

    Corridor Management

    Transport Supply

    Transport DemandSupply chain

    security and

    Compliance

    Transportation Network

    Management(Co-operative

    Systems)

  • | 15Global Trade Facilitation – Single Windows and Supply Chains

    Thank you for your attentionThank you for your attentionJukka Savo

    [email protected]://ec.europa.eu/transport/maritime/index_en.htm

    http://ec.europa.eu/transport/maritime/index_en.htm

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