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International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation (CCTT)

International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation (CCTT) is a non-commercial transport association with an open-ended duration, registered in the Main Register of the canton Bern (Switzerland).

The CCTT was founded by:

  • The Ministry of Railway Communication of the Russian Federation (after the restructuring of 2003 – RZD OJSC;
  • Deutsche Bahn (DB AG);
  • Group of European Trans-Eurasian Forwarders and Operators (GETO);
  • Korean International Freight Forwarders Association (KIFFA).

Presently the CCTT has 96 member societies from 23 countries, including railways of Europe, Asia and the CIS states, leading shipping companies, operators and forwarders, ports and stevedoring companies, state organizations, administrations and academia, telecom and marketing companies, security services and mass media.

According to the Statutes of the CCTT, General Director - Chairman of the Board of RZD OJSC holds the post of Chairman of the Council on a permanent basis. Presidents of freight forwarder associations that are members of the CCTT are appointed Deputy Chairmen.

For more than 20 years history the CCTT has achieved a high international standing and has become an efficient international forum for networking and real cooperation between all parties involved in Trans-Siberian freight transportation.

The Council participates in efforts of OSJD, UIC, UNECE Inland Transport Committee, CIT, EAEU, UNESCAP, OTIF, WCO and UPU to create new technological norms and harmonize transport law, aimed at reducing barriers to freight transportation between Asia and Europe.

The CCTT contributes to introducing advanced technologies, which increase the capacities of border crossing points and international freight volumes.

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06.12.2021

The CCTT participated in the regular UPU-Rail Forum on international postal item transportation issues in rail and multimodal connections, which took place on December 6, 2021, in a format of videoconference under the aegis of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) and chaired by China Post.

24.11.2021

VII CCTT Business Forum "Transsib in the Euro-Asian Transportation System: New Opportunities and Perspectives" was held on November 24, 2021 in the format of videoconference.

The forum was organized by the International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation (CCTT) and the Association of Trans-Siberian Intermodal Operators of Japan (TSIOAJ). The forum was supported by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan (MLIT), the Russian Trade Representation in Tokyo and the Japanese Association of Trade with Russia and Newly Independent States (ROTOBO). The Forum purpose is to inform Japanese cargo owners and transport-logistics companies on the advantages of cargo transportation from/to Japan via Trans-Siberian mainline.

22.11.2021

On November 22, 2021 Gennady Bessonov, the Secretary General of the International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation, Forwarding and Logistics and Vitaly Efimov, the Vice-president of the Eurasian Union of Transport, Forwarding and Logistics Organizations signed the «Memorandum of Cooperation between the Eurasian Union of Transport, Forwarding and Logistics Organizations and the International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation».

RZD OJSC
Group of European Trans-Eurasian Forwarders and Operators (GETO)
Association of Trans-Siberian intermodal operators of Japan (TSIOAJ)
The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation
Federal Agency of Railway Transport of the Russian Federation
Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transport
Federal State Enterprise Security of Railway Transport of the Russian Federation
Federal Customs Service
The Russian Association of Freight Forwarding and Logistic Organizations
Azerbaijan railway
Belarusian Railway
Ukrainian Railways
Lithuanian Railways
Latvian Railways
VR Group
PKP
MAV
Rail Cargo Austria
China Railways Container Transport Co.Ltd. (CRCT)
ČD Cargo
SNCF France
KORAIL
KTZ
UBTZ
DB Cargo AG
HUPAC Intermodal
Mercitalia Rail
Delo Group
UTLC ERA
TransContainer
Global Ports
RZDL
FESCO
Federal Freight Company
InterRail Holding AG
InterRail Services GmbH
SINOTRANS&CSC
CCILP
Port of Ventspils
Vostochny Port
Mukran Port-Ferry Port Sassnitz
Liaoning port
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