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CCTT took part in the XXII International Conference TransBaltica 2019

CCTT took part in the XXII International Conference TransBaltica 2019
From 30 to 31 May 2019, the XXII International Conference "TransBaltica 2019" was held in Riga with the support of the Ministry of Transport of Latvia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Latvia, the Association of Transit Businesses of Latvia, the Mayor's Office of Riga, the ports of Latvia, JSC "Latvian Railway" and the CCTT.
The central topic of the conference was the discussion of the current situation with regard to transit transportation of Russian cargo through Latvia as one of the key areas of Russian-Latvian cooperation.
The discussion focused on the impact of sanctions and the economic and political situation in the EU and CIS countries on the development of these shipments.
The CCTT was represented by the heads of transport and logistics companies (CCTT members) and CCTT Deputy Secretary General Natalia Stepanova, who made a presentation on "Trans-Siberian transportation in the Euro-Asian system", during which they presented information on the key areas of CCTT activities for the current year, statistical data on the volume of transit container traffic in East-West-East communication and transport products implemented today at the Trans-Siberian Railway.
Hupac Intermodal Ltd., Director for Business Development in Russia, CIS and Middle East countries, told about further development of connection of railway networks 1435 and 1520. Alberto Grisone. Danila Solozobov, Business Development Director of the Digital Logistics Company, made a presentation on the organization of international cargo transportation using an electronic platform.
It is important to note that in the conditions of the growing trade flow in the direction of China - Europe, the development of transportation through the infrastructure of the Baltic region will make it possible in the future to ease the burden on the railroad through Brest. The annual TransBaltica conference solves two problems in this case - it allows to draw attention to the problems related to the decline in traffic volumes, which are topical for the Baltic region, and presents the solutions implemented by Latvia today, which help to attract the attention of customers to their railways.
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