Besides politics, ERFA’s objective is to support its members in case of problems affecting their individual business. The Association also intends to raise the members’ understanding of EU initiatives and ongoing activities by providing them direct access to EU ad hoc events, meetings but also regular working groups.
According to the Statutes, full members are companies directly and associations indirectly involved in rail freight operations (railway undertakings, shippers, infrastructure managers, ports, terminals, rolling stock providers) in EU, EFTA, and EU accession countries.
Associated members are associations, legal entities and persons having an indirect stake in rail freight operations but whose activities are of special importance for the accomplishment of the purposes of ERFA, such as companies from the rail passenger sector interested in fair competition.
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