Stefan Blaas übernimmt die MUTATIO Consult GmbH als Geschäftsführender Gesellschafter

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Nach erfolgreicher mehrjähriger Zusammenarbeit mit Bernhard Seidenstücker übernimmt Stefan Blaas zum 1. August 2018 die MUTATIO Consult GmbH in Butzbach als Geschäftsführender Gesellschafter und verlegt den Sitz der Gesellschaft nach Augsburg.

Dies beinhaltet insbesondere auch die Vertriebsaktivitäten für TOUAX Rail Ltd. in Deutschland.

Herr Seidenstücker, der MUTATIO Consult GmbH im Jahre 2003 gegründet hatte, wird der Gesellschaft weiterhin als Senior Advisor zur Verfügung stehen. Beratende sowie gutachterliche Tätigkeiten wird Herr Seidenstücker zukünftig über sein Sachverständigenbüro in Eppstein abwickeln.

Bernhard Seidenstücker
Stefan Blaas

Unsere neuen Kontaktdaten:

MUTATIO Consult GmbH
Maximilianstr. 19
86150 Augsburg
+49 821 3199316
+49 179 5013919

www.mutatio-consult.de
sb@mutatio-consult.de

Geschäftsführer: Stefan Blaas

Sachverständigenbüro Seidenstücker
Alter Weg 3
65817 Eppstein
+49 6198 33007
+49 172 960 8577

www.svb-seidenstuecker.de
bs@svb-seidenstuecker.de

2018 CEF Transport call virtual info day

Take the Opportunity to follow the 2018 CEF Transport call virtual info day on Thursday, 31. May 2018 – 10:00

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Connecting Europe Facility on track to deliver results

Infrastructure – TEN-T – Connecting Europe

13/02/2018 Today, the Commission adopted the report on the mid-term evaluation of the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). The evaluation assessed the programme’s overall performance in light of its objectives, and what has been achieved to date. Regarding transport financing, the report recognises that CEF has brought a clear added value, in particular for the completion of the TEN-T core network by 2030 and for the low-emission mobility ambition.

The conclusions of the evaluation, as well as the on-going consultation on strategic infrastructure funding, will provide recommendations for the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework and the next generation of financial programmes.

CEF is a key EU funding instrument promoting growth, jobs and competitiveness through targeted infrastructure investment at EU level. It supports the development of high performing, sustainable and efficiently interconnected trans-European networks in the fields of transport, energy and digital services. In the field of transport, CEF currently supports over 641 projects with EU funding of €22.3 bn.