RSS

OTIF’s RSS feeds will keep you informed of all updates to the OTIF website. Two different feeds are available: one for important dates (agenda) and news and the other for all website updates (such as changes to the content, new documents etc.).

If you would like to subscribe to one of the feeds, click here:

- Feed: Agenda and News
- Feed: Page updates
- Feed: Dangerous Goods


What is RSS?

RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication” and is a new way of transmitting web content. With RSS you can subscribe anonymously to the contents of a website or parts of it and have access to them without having to open the website directly.


How can you subscribe to an RSS feed?

The web-browsers Internet Explorer (from Version 7), “Mozilla Firefox”, “Opera” and “Safari”, as well as the “Windows Vista” operating system, already have integrated RSS functions. Alternatively, any RSS reader (mostly available free of charge from the Internet) can be used.