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The associations say that the transport sector is continuing to move essential key goods, particularly medicines, medical devices, and food, needed to overcome the crisis even when general mobility has been restricted.
The associations represent infrastructure managers, operators, workers in all transport modes and logistics, contractors, local and regional authorities, logistics service providers, shippers, users and equipment suppliers in the maritime, port, inland waterway, rail, road, cycling, aviation and intermodal sectors as well as supporting industries and companies.
Each endorses the following statements intended to highlight the value of transport to decision makers across the European Union:
Rail sector associations supporting the pledge include: Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER), European Rail Infrastructure Managers (EIM), European Rail Freight Association (ERFA), Association to improve Railfreight Transportation (Ferrmed), and the European Rail Supply Industry Association (Unife).
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