European Organisation of Agricultural, Rural and Forestry Contractors
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03 May 2018. European agricultural and forestry contractors express their disappointment following the release of the European Commission proposals for the multiannual budget framework for the 2021-2027 period.
03 May 2018. As key partners of the agri-food chain, agricultural, rural and forestry contractors believe that access to accurate agricultural data is vital to develop precision farming.
03 May 2018. The European Parliament examined the draft revision of the Directive to promote the use of energy from renewable energy sources. European forestry contractors are monitoring carefully the ongoing debates: while agreeing on the objectives...
03 May 2018. CEETTAR brings its comments to the consultation organised by the European Commission in a view to prepare a revision of the Working Time Directive.
03 May 2018. Agricultural and rural contractors welcome the final adoption of the CAP reform.
03 May 2018. CEETTAR fears circumvention of the principles of the treaties in the field of competition law and demand an integrated approach to the CAP, taking into account not only the diversity of territories, but but also those of the actors.
03 May 2018. The adoption of a new legislation on a minimum wage has multiple impacts on the agricultural and rural contractors of Germany.
03 May 2018. CEETTAR turned to AGCO to engage a dialogue and try to get clearer answers for the concerned entrepreneurs after the announcement of the of the production line of the Challenger TerraGator in Europe as soon as summer 2014.
03 May 2018. Contribution to the Commission survey to assess the availability of the technology allowing vehicles of category's T2, T4.1 and C2 to fulfil Stage IV emission limits.
03 May 2018. In its comments on the draft new rules concerning exemptions on state aids in the agriculture and forestry sectors and in rural areas, CEETTAR suggests amendments to avoid distortion of the competition and risks of unequal treatment.
03 May 2018. Update of the study realised in 2008 on the rules applicable to the use on the road of non-road mobile machinery.
03 May 2018. During the year, CEETTAR, in cooperation with EFFAT, promoted actions in relation to health & safety at work, in partnership with EU-OSHA and with the support of the European Commission.
03 May 2018. As part of their social dialogue, EFFAT and CEETTAR undertook an action on industrial relations and social dialogue in the rural services sector.
03 May 2018. Brief overview of the current legal systems in place to regulate the use of roads in Europe.
03 May 2018. The common agricultural policy should support all the actors which are creating economic, social and environmental added-value in rural areas, in full respect of the territorial diversities.
03 May 2018. CEETTAR presented its comments to the Commission public consultation on the Green Paper on âforest protection and information in the EU: Preparing forests for climate change".
03 May 2018. The CAP remains essential for sustainable growth, food safety and security, rural development, respect for the environment. To remain efficient, it must better support the activities of the land-based contractors.