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CCTT WG on increasing the competitiveness of ITC East – West

The CCTT WG on improving the competitiveness of the ITC East – West was established as a result of the 28th Plenary Meeting of the International coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation (CCTT), which was held on September 19-20, 2019 in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

Within the framework of the CCTT WG on improving the competitiveness of the ITC East – West, is being held the organization of cargo transportation via the Trans-Siberian railway in container trains, as well as work of increasing the commercial attractiveness of cargo transportation in large-capacity containers in international traffic by:

  • Increasing the speed of container trains in China-Europe-China;
  • Taking additional measures to ensure loading of platforms in the West-East direction;
  • Organization of interaction between transport and logistics companies in the issue of forming a "transparent" competitive through rate for the transportation of goods in containers in the Euro-Asian traffic;
  • Ensuring information interaction between "road-port" and "port-road" between JSC "Russian Railways" and operators of sea terminals.

The main activities of the CCTT Working group on improving the competitiveness of the ITC East – West:

  • Ensuring the efficiency and commercial attractiveness of transit and import-export cargo transportation along Trans-Eurasian routes;
  • Assistance in the development of cargo transportation in refrigerated containers in international traffic;
  • Promoting the development of multimodal and intermodal cargo transportation. Attracting customers to use alternative routes for Trans-Eurasian transport using different types of transport;
  • Ensuring the safety of cargo transported by container trains in international traffic;
  • Marketing promotion of transport and logistics products and promotion of container services East-West-East;
  • Forecast of trends in the development of Trans-Eurasian routes: research, analytics.
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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
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
Federal Freight Company
FESCO
TransContainer
InterRail Holding AG
InterRail Services GmbH
Firma Rail Service LLC
SINOTRANS&CSC
TransInvest Holding AG
UTLC ERA
CCILP
Globalports
Port of Ventspils
Vostochny Port
Mukran Port-Ferry Port Sassnitz
Liaoning port
SOGAZ
Rosgosstrakh (RGS)
Azerbaijan railway
Sibanthracite
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