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TRAILER REPORT 03.2018

We are now offering you another advantage of being a member of the Trailer Industrie Verband (Trailer Industry Association) in the form of this newsletter.

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TRAILER REPORT 02.2018

We are now offering you another advantage of being a member of the Trailer Industrie Verband (Trailer Industry Association) in the form of this newsletter: In future you will, depending on the news situation, receive first-hand information and service offers on current developments in technology, law, politics and other areas.

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TRAILER REPORT 01.2018

We are now offering you another advantage of being a member of the Trailer Industrie Verband (Trailer Industry Association) in the form of this newsletter: In future you will, depending on the news situation, receive first-hand information and service offers on current developments in technology, law, politics and other areas.

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News from the working groups - TIV visits TÜV Nord

Technical exchange with the FKT Special Committee "Lighting equipment on motor vehicles" and joint action in relation to questions on technical regulations.

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Manufacturers of vehicles demanding cutting of red tape

Brussels / Berlin. At the current General Meeting of the Trailer Industrie Verband TIV on 23 June, representatives of the 22 member companies raised demands for the simplification of German and EU-wide regulations in the areas of driving licence law and the admission of trailers.

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The Trailer Industry Association demands reform of the EU driving licence law in the new legislative period

The driving licence law with five classes, in the form that it existed up to and including 1998, should ideally be restored. The Board of the Trailer Industry Association (TIV), sent a letter to the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, after consulting with members of the Transport Committee of the German Bundestag. The goal of the association is to greatly simplify the current driving licence law,d due to the fact that, in its opinion, its complexity creates unnecessary obstacles, confusion and costs, without providing any additional security.

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Parliamentary breakfast with the Bundestag's transportation committee concerning the revision driving licence law.

The complex driving licence regulations in the EU are unsettling and not just disadvantageous for our industry. Against the backdrop of a parliamentary breakfast with members of the Transport Committee in the German Bundestag, the Executive Board was able to present the positions of the TIV.

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BVF and UNI VDL: Current cultivation of contacts with other trade associations

On Friday, January 13, 2017, the board of the TIV, represented by Mr Jursch and Dr. Meyer, attending a meeting in Berlin with the chairmen of the Bundesvereinigung der Fahrlehrerverbände e.V.  (German Association of Driver Training Associations) (BVF). The objective was to intensify the dialogue initiated in Stuttgart at our first meeting in December 2016, and to discuss the possibilities of cooperation.

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Board’s visit of Prof. Dr. Hannawald (VUFO GmbH) in Dresden

On Monday, October 17, 2016, the first chairman of the TIV, Michael Jursch, and his deputy, Dr. Uwe Meyer, visited the CEO of VUFO GmbH, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lars Hannawald, who is also Chair of Vehicle Safety / Accident Analysis at the Dresden University of Technology and Economics (HTW).

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Meeting of members and parliamentary evening in Berlin

Representatives of the companies Agados, Al-ko, Bohnenkamp, BPW, Eduard, Humbaur, Pongratz, Starco, Steelpress, Stema, Trigano, Unsinn, Winterhoff und wm meyer attended the first meeting of members, following the foundation and registration of our association, on Friday 8 July 2016 at the Europaplatz in Berlin.

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