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  • The European Express Association - The size and reach of the express industry
    role in Europe s economy report confirms 13 December 2011 The Economic Impact of Express Carriers in Europe November 2011 12 December 2011 Oxford Economics The Impact of the Express Delivery Industry on the Global Economy 15 August 2009 Key Fact In 2008 the express industry made a direct contribution to world GDP of US 80 billion The size and reach of the express industry Since its birth in the 1960s the express industry has experienced rapid growth both in size and reach It has stretched its market base across the globe and now boasts large markets not just in North America but in Europe the Asia Pacific and Latin America Total employment supported by the express industry in Europe in 2010 Source Oxford Economics Report The Economic Impact of Express Carriers in Europe Simultaneously express industry operations have evolved from dealing solely in document and parcel delivery into the realm of specialist items such as high tech products semiconductors and general airfreight commodities This has allowed the express industry not only to connect with firms in an increased number of regions but also with those covering an increasingly diverse number of sectors Such success and growth is largely down

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  • The European Express Association - The express industry facilitates trade and competitiveness
    to Prosperity A five year European policy framework 15 October 2014 EEA and EAA Comments on TTIP 08 May 2013 EEA and EAA Submission on EU US Regulatory Issues 29 October 2012 Brochure Express Delivering the Single Market 14 May 2012 Press Release Express delivery plays essential role in Europe s economy report confirms 13 December 2011 The Economic Impact of Express Carriers in Europe November 2011 12 December 2011 Oxford Economics The Impact of the Express Delivery Industry on the Global Economy 15 August 2009 Key Fact World trade in manufactured goods increased eight fold between 1950 and 1973 The absolute volume increase in world trade since the mid 1970s has been over four times that over the previous 25 years The express industry facilitates trade and competitiveness As the world becomes increasingly integrated and economies worldwide more dependent on international trade businesses become ever more reliant on the global delivery services the express industry offers The international next day delivery service provided by the express industry facilitates the trade which is vital for companies in winning and maintaining businesses in today s increasingly competitive global economy World trade and GDP Source Oxford Economics Report The Economic Impact of

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  • The European Express Association - The express industry facilitates productivity and investment
    be and what will be the impact 02 February 2015 From Recovery to Prosperity A five year European policy framework 15 October 2014 Brochure Express Delivering the Single Market 14 May 2012 Press Release Express delivery plays essential role in Europe s economy report confirms 13 December 2011 The Economic Impact of Express Carriers in Europe November 2011 12 December 2011 Oxford Economics The Impact of the Express Delivery Industry on the Global Economy 15 August 2009 Key Fact Around one third of firms using express services are able to reduce their production costs The express industry facilitates productivity and investment The express industry has become an integral part of business operations around the world allowing firms to reduce their operating and inventory costs and facilitating the use of latest production techniques Firms worldwide are increasingly operating time sensitive inventory systems meaning that the rapid and reliable delivery of products or machinery components is very important The express industry s services can also be highly important in the instance of a breakdown in machinery which would necessitate the urgent delivery of replacement parts The impact of no next day delivery service Source Oxford Economics Report The Economic Impact of Express

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  • The European Express Association - Prospects for the express industry and global economic growth
    up to three times what it collects in VAT charges on low value shipments on top of a lack of modernisation and harmonisation of customs processes 02 February 2015 The import VAT and duty de minimis in the European Union Where should they be and what will be the impact 02 February 2015 From Recovery to Prosperity A five year European policy framework 15 October 2014 Infographic on E Commerce 27 June 2013 Brochure Express Delivering the Single Market 14 May 2012 Press Release Express delivery plays essential role in Europe s economy report confirms 13 December 2011 The Economic Impact of Express Carriers in Europe November 2011 12 December 2011 Oxford Economics The Impact of the Express Delivery Industry on the Global Economy 15 August 2009 Key Fact Employment in the express industry globally is expected to increase from 1 3 million now to 1 8 million by 2018 if growth is not constrained Prospects for the express industry and global economic growth The express industry is a fast growing sector in its own right growing at a rate faster than that of global GDP but it also makes a significant contribution to the global economy in a broad range of sectors The express industry s vital role in boosting international trade and competitiveness is such that even during times of slower growth in the global economy the express industry will continue to provide essential support Sales revenue of the European express delivery industry vs GDP Source Oxford Economics Report The Economic Impact of Express Carriers in Europe The requirement for rapid delivery is likely to intensify further not only among the existing users of the express industry but in other sectors of the economy as well In particular the express industry contributes significantly to the success of the

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  • The European Express Association - The EEA’s policy centre
    The EEA s policy centre This section highlights some of the key policy issues related to the express industry in Europe These policy issues fall into four sections Competition Market Reform Customs Security Transport Environment In each of the sections you will find information on the policy area itself as well as on the activities of the relevant European Express Association EEA committee If you are interested in finding out

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  • The European Express Association - Competition & Market Reform
    Commission Green Paper on an integrated parcel delivery market for the growth of e commerce in the EU 21 February 2013 EEA and EAA Submission on EU US Regulatory Issues 29 October 2012 EEA Trade Alert Latest Issue Indonesia 12 October 2012 EEA Trade Alert Latest Issue Japan 31 July 2012 Brochure Express Delivering the Single Market 14 May 2012 EEA Trade Alert Latest Issue Zambia 27 June 2011 EEA Trade Alert Latest Issue Buthan 01 November 2010 EEA Trade Alert Latest Issue Bangladesh 01 November 2010 EEA response to the consultation on the EU 2020 Trade Strategy 22 September 2010 EEA response to the consultation on the Future EU 2020 Strategy 14 March 2010 EEA Trade Alert Latest Issue India 01 November 2009 Competition Market Reform The impact of trade facilitation fair competition and market reform on the express industry The European Express Association has been a long standing supporter of trade liberalsation and easier market access Import export and delivery of time sensitive goods and documents requires efficient European and global delivery networks The development and day to day management of these delivery networks requires legal certainty and favourable market access conditions for express delivery companies to allow for further expansion and development Trade facilitation further modernisation and simplification of customs procedures is another pre condition for the provision of efficient Express Delivery Services EU postal reform and competition rules provide the legal framework required to ensure fair competition and to prevent burdensome licensing of delivery services The EEA carefully monitors the implementation of the 3rd postal directive at Member State level to avoid an increase of regulatory restrictions for parcel and express delivery services at national level Beyond Europe maintaining efficient operations in the global market is crucial for the express industry Trade liberalisation agreements negotiated across

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  • The European Express Association - Customs
    October 2012 An EEA Proposal for additional anti terrorism security measures in the Global Supply Chain 24 November 2011 EEA Position Paper on Modernised Customs 13 July 2011 EEA Position Paper on the implementation of the Modernised Community Customs Code 10 January 2011 Customs Expressed Newsletter September 2010 24 September 2010 EEA input on the failings of the existing community customs system 15 February 2008 Customs The express industry and its unique role in customs clearance The express industry provides a fully integrated service that accelerates the process of transporting goods across the globe At the point where express shipments cross international borders the express industry plays a unique and crucial role Members of the European Express Association represent over 30 of customs clearances and some of the largest customs brokerage operations in the European Union Not only does the express operator handle the customs clearance of a given shipment it also looks after the payment of duties and taxes as required by the relevant geographical jurisdiction Thanks to the role of express carriers businesses that use express can be assured that the numerous rules and associated paperwork of customs clearance will be made as simple as possible The growth

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  • The European Express Association - Security
    Committee core priorities for 2010 02 June 2010 Security Harmonised security rules allow for efficient movement of goods Security is a vital element of efficient operations across the express sector The EEA represents some of the world s largest air express carriers which provide a fully integrated door to door air express cargo service This is distinct from other segments of the air cargo industry where the cargo changes hands many times between cargo agents brokers and airlines European Union policies relating to security standards in the aviation express industry is mostly focused on harmonising rules for the efficient movement of goods The entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty has given the EU a stronger role in this area and plays an important part in ensuring common standards in aviation security When security standards are in multilateral accordance they are more likely to be accepted by other countries and become international standards Common security standards are important to help simplify express operations and increase speed and efficiency of shipments The express industry benefits from governments cooperating to find solutions for simplified security measures This in turn allows for adjustments being made to evolving risk assessments and when appropriate to

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