Basel/Moscow, xx. April 2020: While overseas traffic is struggling with problems in the face of the corona virus, there is an increasing demand for transport via the routes on the New Silk Road. The Group of European TransEurasia Operators and Forwarders (GETO) and International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation (CCTT) are now intensifying their cooperation to further enhance the performance of this transcontinental rail transport.
Nur-Sultan (Kazakhstan), 20 September 2019 - Given the rapidly growing trade and cargo flows along the Silk Road, closer coordination between all parties involved in a geostrategic project covering more than 12,000 kilometers of transport routes is needed. To this end of the 28th Plenary Meeting of the Coordinating Council on Trans-Siberian Transport (CCTT) it was decided to develop closer cooperation with the Group of European Trans-Eurasian Operators and Forwarders (GETO).