The CCTT was a partner of the Third Eurasian Forum on Interaction and Industrial Cooperation organized by FERRMED
The CCTT was a partner of the Third Eurasian Forum on Interaction and Industrial Cooperation organized by FERRMED.
On November 17, within the framework of the Third Eurasian Forum on Interaction and Industrial Cooperation, organized by FERRMED with the support of the CCTT, a conference was held on the topic: "A study on the optimization and reallocation of transport in the EU".
The conference was attended by heads and authorized representatives of government agencies and companies interested in timely achievement of socio-economic and environmental goals for the development of the Trans-European logistics and transport system in the context of the implementation of the European Green Pact and the impact of the global COVID - 19 pandemic.
At the opening of the conference CCTT Secretary General Mr. Gennady Bessonov made a welcoming speech and noted that the long-term and productive mutually beneficial cooperation between the CCTT and FERRMED, implemented in accordance with the Memorandum of Cooperation of October 4, 2018, contributes to building a dialogue between key participants in the transport market of Europe and Asia. The development of coordinated solutions to deepen the integration of railway transport systems clearly demonstrates the positive dynamics of the growth of international container transport in recent years.
Within the block of the Conference "The Relationship of the backbone network of the EU with the Eurasian transport system," CCTT Deputy Secretary General Ms Natalia Stepanova delivered a report on undertaken by the members of the CCTT measures in terms of transport infrastructure development and diversification of routes multimodal container transport on the East – West – East connection. It was noted that the work carried out jointly in the format of the CCTT contributes to the strengthening of transport links between the EU and the EEC territories by simplifying customs procedures, developing integrated transport solutions and introducing modern information technologies.
The results of the conference will be taken into account in the development of the final FERRMED study on the optimization and reallocation of transportation, which will be used to adjust the EU's investment policy for building global logistics supply chains.
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