Project coordination – APL, Port of Lisbon Authority
Clara Xavier- e-IMPACT project coordinator
Terms and Conditions
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The user of this Portal of e-Impact is required to act in good faith and accept implicitly the following Terms and Conditions.
The purpose of this Website is to present the e-impact project and its results.
The e-IMPACT consortium (hereinafter the Consortium) maintains the “eimpactproject.eu” website (hereinafter Website) to present the project, its objectives and achievements to the stakeholders and the public. The e-impact project has received funding from the European Union’s CEF Transport.
The e-impact project aims to implement the e-Freight standard and e-Delivery infrastructure developed in EU funded projects like e-Freight and iCargo in real operations along 3 corridors of the TEN-T Core Network: The Atlantic, Mediterranean and Baltic / Adriatic corridors.
The Business Cases in the project involve 3 countries, Italy, Poland and Portugal and 10 partners that integrates the Consortium.
The content of the Website reflects only the author’s view. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.
The goal of the Consortium is to keep this information timely and accurate. The information contained in the website is not necessarily comprehensive, complete, accurate or up to date. If errors are brought to the Consortium’s attention, the Consortium will try to correct them. Users can inform the Consortium via email (email@example.com).
Nevertheless, the Consortium, its Partners, decline any responsibility from any use that may be made from the information contained in this website, by any user or other third parties, which assumes all and any consequence or responsibility that may be accomplished by such use, directly or indirectly.
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Declaration of Exoneration of Responsibility
The material contained in this Portal is constituted of information of a general character that are not necessarily exhaustive, rigorous or the latest information.
The e-Impact Consortium, do not guarantee that the services made available by the Portal of the e-Impact project will function without interruption.
The e-Impact Consortium is not obliged to keep the content of the Portal, including texts, images or any other information. These may be destroyed at any time, and as a result no compensation will be provided to users or any other third-parties.
The Portal has links to external sites, the e-Impact Consortium has no control and has no responsibility whatsoever for these external sites.
The e-Impact Consortium. do not assume responsibility for eventual problems that may occur in the course of use of the Portal or any other external sites to which this is linked.
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