The Moselle Commission's Administrative Office

We are the Moselle Commission's central point of coordination.

The Administrative Office functions as the contact point for the Commission's delegates and experts and is also responsible for managing information sharing between the three member states.

Its tasks include the preparing and following up of all meetings, as well as the processing of all related documents.

The Administrative Office is also the contact point for any queries and concerns which the general public may wish to raise with the Moselle Commission.

In order to carry out its tasks, the Administrative Office cooperates and keeps in close contact with the relevant national administrative departments, other intergovernmental institutions, the transport sector and its lobby groups, as well as with the media.

The team at the Moselle Commission's Administrative Office

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News

09.07.2020

Film about the Moselle now available in English

In 2019, the Luxembourg Ministry of Mobility and Public Works published a film (in German) which presents the inland waterway Moselle and its infrastructure in the jointly m [...more]
18.05.2020

Electronic reporting on the Moselle as of 1 July 2021

The Moselle Commission was obligated to postpone the introduction of the electronic reporting on the international Moselle. The new regulation will be in force as of 1 July 2021. [...more]
17.04.2020

Study of the European Commission on the social dimension of the transition to automation and digitalisation in transport – Call for participation in online surveys

The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) has launched a study on the social dimension of the transition to automation and digitalisation i [...more]
27.06.2017

Stability guide for inland navigation vessels carrying containers available

The Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine (CCNR) has published a practical guide on stability during container transport. You will find more information[...more]