Head of the Brussels office and permanent representative to the EU for the Federation of Finnish Enterprises and a consortium of seven Finnish sectoral associations
Group: Various Interests Group (Group III)
Section for the Single Market, Production and Consumption
Section for Transport, Energy, Infrastructure and the Information Society
Section for Employment, Social Affairs and Citizenship
Name of the alternate: Palmgren, Thomas
Languages: English, Swedish, German, Finnish
Represented Country: Finland
Member of the European Economic and Social Committee since: 21/09/2015
I am working as the head of Brussels office and the Permanent Representative to the European Union on behalf of the Finnish SME and transport/traffic sector lobbying organizations. The joint Brussels office enjoys an established position as a key Fin
TEN/643 - Clean, connected and competitive mobility for all
TEN/636 - Access to the international road haulage market and the occupation of road transport opera
TEN/633 - Initial qualification and periodic training of drivers of certain vehicles for the carriag
TEN/637 - Driving and rest time periods, working time and posting of
SOC/541 - Revision of the Posting of Workers Directive
The EESC's SMEs, Professions and Crafts Category
TEN Permanent Study Group "Implementation of the White Paper on Transport"
TEN/632 - Implications of the digitalisation and robotisation of transport on EU policy-making
TEN/621 - Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems
INT/799 Parcel delivery
TEN/609 - Decarbonisation of transport
INT/789 — motor vehicles/systems, components and technical units
ECO/404 - An appropriate framework for the transparency of companies
TEN/582 - The impact of the conclusions of COP21 on European transport policy
Conference on innovation in the digital economy: challenges and opportunities
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I am working as the head of Brussels office and the Permanent Representative to the European Union on behalf of the Finnish SME and transport/traffic sector lobbying organizations. The joint Brussels office enjoys an established position as a key Finnish stakeholder to the EU Institutions. Established in 2012 and now representing a consortium of seven associations, the lobbying initiative operates from the same premises as the Confederation of Finnish Industries – EK. This facilitates close collaboration and networking between these Finnish organizations in European Union policymaking.
Brysselin toimiston seurannassa olevat politiikkalohkot (policy areas in Finnish):
Pk-yritystoimintaa ja yrittäjyyttä koskeva EU -lainsäädäntö ja toimenpideohjelmat koko laajuudessaan, koulutusasiat, työmarkkinat ja sosiaalidialogi sekä sosiaalilainsäädäntö, maanteiden tavara- ja henkilöliikenne, logistiikka, liikenneinfrastruktuuri sekä autokauppa- ja teollisuus EU-tasolla