The new core network, to be established by 2030, will connect 94 main European ports with rail and road links, 38 key airports with rail connections into major cities, 15,000 km of railway line upgraded to high speed and 35 cross border projects to reduce bottlenecks.
What does MEP stand for?
MEP stands for Main European Port
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We have 316 other meanings of MEP in our Acronym Attic
- Maximum Envelope of Water
- Maximum Envelope of Winds
- Men Enjoying Older Women (Arizona)
- Moral Equivalent Of War
- Multi-Mode Electro-Optic Weapon
- Multiple Engineering Order Wire
- Mousers Enforcing Our World Safety (Cats & Dogs)
- Multi-Mode Electro-Optic Weapon System
- Main Enable Plug
- Main Entry Point
- Main Export Pipeline
- Maintenance Enforcement Program
- Maintenance Enhancement Program
- Major Electronics Procurement
- Major Excreted Protein
- Management Education Program
- Management Engineering Plan
- Management Engineering Program (US Air Force)
- Manitoba Egg Producers (Winnipeg, MB, Canada)
- Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST)
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It will connect 94 main European ports with rail and road links, 15,000km of railway line will be upgraded to high speed and work will be carried out in the framework of 35 cross-border projects in order to reduce bottlenecks.
The network will by 2030 see 86 main European ports provided with new rail and road links, 37 key airports with rail connections into major cities, 15,000km of railway line upgraded to high speed and 35 major cross-border projects to reduce bottlenecks.
With sales offices in The Netherlands and a distribution center in Germany, the venture's geographical location has given it easy access to main European ports.
Chile's state-owned Codelco set the scene for next year's producer pricing with an unchanged $38 per tonne premium over the LME official cash settlement for main European ports while the figure is raised by $3 for Asian premiums.
PHOTO : Many factors contribute to the concentration of coffee and tea handling in a few main European ports.
The core network will connect: 94 main European ports with rail and road links, 38 key airports with rail connections into major cities, 15,000 km of railway line upgraded to high speed and 35 cross-border projects to reduce bottlenecks.
Shippers of containerised goods have also continued to recognise the overall efficiencies of feedering through the Tyne as they provide frequent connections to the main European ports of Rotterdam and Felixstowe.