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Apr
25

The Vehicle and Driving Licence Chain

The Vehicle and Driver Chain in Europe

The Vehicle Chain and Driver Chain in Europe Report analyses and compares the responsibilities, tasks and activities of the vehicle and driving licence registration authorities in Europe. The most recent published version is The Vehicle and Driver Chain 2019 with contributions from 23 countries in total. EReg publishes The Vehicle Chain report every two years. The 2019 report is based on the country reports as available on the Vehicle and Driver Chain website in June 2019. 

The Vehicle Chain in Europe is a product of the Association of European Vehicle and Driver Registration Authorities (EReg). The main goal of this publication is to facilitate cooperation between the registration authorities that are working through EReg on subjects, such as international data exchange, re-registration of vehicles within the European Union, prevention of vehicle crime and fraud, vehicle mileage registration and standardisation of the chip on smart cards.

This website displays detailed country information online, giving participating countries the opportunity to frequently update their data.

The previous versions of The Vehicle Chain in Europe: 

 

                       

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Apr
25

Car body process chain: from concept to final assembly















NürnbergMesse does not continue AEE – AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING EXPO
















NürnbergMesse and Vincentz Network have decided not to hold the AEE – AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING EXPO after four editions.
The automotive industry and its suppliers are suffering from a tense economic situation. For AEE 2019, acquisition and programming proved to be very difficult. Follow-up discussions with exhibitors, the supplier and OEM advisory board and the evaluation of the key figures have shown that a successful continuation of the still young event concept is not possible without a perspective improvement of the economic situation in the automotive industry.




































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Apr
8

UW Online – Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Master’s Degree

Prepare to become a leader in the dynamic sector of transportation and logistics within the supply chain management field. The University of Washington online Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics degree boosts your knowledge and skills and helps you forge connections to accelerate your career.

 

Faculty and a graduate from the Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics describe the curriculum and how the program helps students advance their careers.

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Study a Cutting-Edge Curriculum

Through our engineering-based curriculum, you’ll gain the analytical tools and abilities you need to manage the increasing demands of the global supply chain industry.

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Advance Your Career Prospects

Grow your professional network, get paired with a mentor and expand your career opportunities with a master’s degree from a top-ranked, world-class university. 

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Enjoy Flexible Online Learning

Take advantage of online instruction in a part-time program tailored for working professionals. Use interactive classroom technology to connect with your instructors and fellow students.

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Learn from World-Class Faculty

Learn from UW faculty and senior supply chain professionals and industry leaders with extensive knowledge and experience working on real world supply chain management issues.

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Program Impact

Our graduates report that their degree has helped accelerate their careers. 

Data based on responses to a survey sent to 2015-2018 graduates.


 

“New technologies and business innovations are transforming transportation and logistics, and this degree program keeps supply chain professionals ahead of the curve.”

ANNE GOODCHILD

Professor and Academic Director

Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics

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