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Solution for accelerating border crossing at Eurotunnel in the frame of the Brexit Frontex23/09/2019 Industry Roundtable - Sep 24th, 2019 Making EU land and sea border crossings seamless and secure - Operational solutions – IN Groupe [personal data, Art 4(1)(b) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001]
Eurotunnel: economic footprint of the Channel Tunnel in the EU 25% of trade between the United Kingdom and continental Europe goes through the Channel Tunnel Source: GETLINK
Eurotunnel: economic footprint of the Channel Tunnel in the EU More than 21 million passengers, on all services, have travelled through the Channel Tunnel, which amount to a daily average of 57,000 passengers Source: GETLINK
Eurotunnel: economic footprint of the Channel Tunnel in the EU The rail Shuttle transport system of Eurotunnel carries more than 2.6 million cars and coaches and 1.7 million trucks every year Source: GETLINK
Eurotunnel: a part of the «just-in-time» production sequence Source: GETLINK – EY June 2018 - An analysis of the value of trade travelling through the Channel Tunnel between the UK and EU countries
Eurotunnel: supports routes both across Europe (East-West, North-south) Source: GETLINK – EY June 2018 - An analysis of the value of trade travelling through the Channel Tunnel between the UK and EU countries
The Channel Tunnel is also a convenient and rapid route for tourism and migration over Europe Around 21 million passengers travelled through the Channel Tunnel last year, amounting to around 57,000 everyday. Of this 10,3 million travelled on the Eurostar to cross the Channel. Source: GETLINK
For these reasons the Channel tunnel will continue to play an integral role in the trade and cultural relationship between the UK and Europe, even within a post-brexit world Source: GETLINK

          
First challenge: optimize border control flow for the 54 000 coaches, crossing the Channel each year Source: GETLINK
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