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ECSLA Spring Conference 2015


Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Election New Board Members

During the General Assembly Meeting in Lisbon, two new members of the ECSLA Board of Directors were elected. Michele Montali of Magazzini Generali Raccordati di Cesena (Italy) will join the board on behalf of the...[more]

ECSLA signs contract with Eamonn Bates

Brussels based public affairs consultancy Eamonn Bates Europe will take over the management of the ECSLA association on January 1, 2014. The contract between the parties was signed by ECSLA President Luc Put and Eamonn...[more]

ECSLA disappointed with MEP vote on F-gas ban

The European Parliament’s Environment Committee has voted for strict bans and a rapid as well as steep phase down schedule of F-gases. Arguments from different industry organizations, like ECSLA, that called for security of...[more]

EU discusses ‘Energy priorities for Europe’

EU leaders recently held a discussion on energy with the objective of lowering prices and boosting the Union’s industrial competitiveness. At this occasion, President of the EC Mr. Barroso presented the “Energy priorities for...[more]

IARW releases Global Top 25

The International Association of Refrigerated Warehouses (IARW) has released its annual Global Top 25 List of members with the greatest capacity of warehouse space in the world.The Global Top 25 currently...[more]

OIE warns over detecting bird flu in China

The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) has warned that the current outbreak of avian influenza H7N9 in China will be difficult to control, because birds infected with the virus show no visible signs of illness. [more]

Governments can name and shame food firms

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that government consumer protection agencies can identify meat companies selling products regulators consider unfit for human consumption, without being sued later. More[more]

MEP calls for country-of-origin labelling

A UK MEP has called for the immediate introduction of country-of-origin labelling (COOL) on processed meat products in Europe in the wake of the horsemeat scandal. More [more]

Job losses in French food industry

French food industry trade association ANIA has warned that the coming months could see up to 5,000 job losses in food sector. More[more]

ECSLA position on F-gases

In response to the recent suggested adjustments to the F-gas Regulation by EP rapporteur Bas Eickhout, ECSLA has sent its Position Paper on F-Gases as well as a reaction to Mr. Eickhout's draft to all Members of the...[more]

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