The Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda has published the official results of the renewal process of the National Road Transport Committee (CNTC) for the period 2022-2025.
In the road freight section, which will be made up of 11 organisations, the Spanish Confederation of Freight Transport (CETM) maintains a comfortable majority by managing to increase its share to 63.9 votes out of 125 of the total CNTC, giving it a representation of 51.12%.
The CNTC is a consultative, collaborative, and sectorial interlocution body for the public administrations with competence in transport matters, and especially for the Ministry of Transport. Its composition is reviewed every four years with the aim of ensuring that the organisations of hauliers and auxiliary and complementary road transport activities with real weight in the sector are represented on the CNTC. To do this, business organisations must prove their representativeness to the Ministry of Transport, which is responsible for verifying the veracity of the data provided through a survey.
The CETM values this result positively and will maintain its attitude of collaboration and continuous dialogue with all the business organisations in the sector and with the Spanish and European administrations.
As a result, the composition of the CNTC for the period 2022-2025 is as follows:
|CETM (Incluye ACTE)||63,2||63,9|
The CETM results include the votes obtained by our member organisation ACTE, which has renewed its absolute majority within the Freight Transport and Logistics Centres Section with 90% of the votes.