In 2017, CER devoted a great deal of effort to the implementation of the Fourth Railway Package’s Safety and Interoperability Directives. The harmonisation of certification and authorisation processes under the control of the EU Agency for Railways represents a significant leap forward in shaping a real Single European Railway Area and fostering better services for passengers and goods.
CER has also been following the Brexit negotiations, acting as an essential interlocutor for the EU institutions by highlighting potential challenges and their corresponding solutions.
Want to know the other achievements of CER during 2017? Check the new annual report!
CER members represent 73% of the European rail network length, 80% of the European freight business and 96% of rail passenger operations in Europe. CER ́s role is to represent the interests of its members by actively providing an input to EU policy, in particular, to support an improved business and regulatory environment for European railway undertakings and infrastructure managers.
Page in extremis is proud to participate in the creative development and the graphical production of the CER annual report. The result is an impactful publication made within an intimate dialogue framework involving the Belgian communication agency’s creative team and CER’s communication team.
Each year, the graphical team of Page in extremis signs the design and produces about twenty annual reports.
That means that since 1994, the broad experience of the communication agency enlarges to more than four hundred annual reports.
The communication agency has defined a very accurate process including monitoring and quality check particularly suited to provide maximum comfort to its clients and the best results.
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