“Azerbaijan Railways” CJSC was admitted to membership of the CCTT
The XXVIII plenary session of the International Association of Coordination Council on Trans-Siberian Transportation is held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.
A delegation led by Javid Gurbanov, chairman of ”Azerbaijan Railways” CJSC, takes part in the event.
Chairman of CCTT, General Director of ”Russian Railways” OJSC Oleg Belozyarov listened to the report “Eurasian transport routes: development of transit potential”.
The participants then discussed the implementation of the decisions of the 27th plenary session of the CCTT, the reports of the vice-chairmen of the CCTS, the development of railroad corridors on the Europe-Asia connection, the practice and problems of the organization and implementation of container trains Development of transportation, digitalization of transport and logistics, application of intelligent systems and technologies, projects of “Electronic Train” and “Digital Platform of Integration” were discussed.
Also at the event were the development of seaport infrastructure and transport facilities to ensure the uninterrupted organization of multimodal transportation in Europe-Asia, ensuring the safety of cargo transported on the European-Asian connection, the CCTT Train Project, electronic freight monitoring systems, cargo insurance, Collaboration with the government, international and non-governmental non-profit organizations, economic aspects of development of Trans-Aviation Railway and multimodal transportation, current status and perspectives were discussed.
The plenary session also touched upon organizational issues, considered the admission of new members to the International Association of Coordination Council for Trans-Siberian Transportation and was elected as a member of the ‘’Azerbaijan Railways’’.
The XXVIII plenary session of the International Association of ‘’Coordination Council on Trans-Siberian Transportation’’ will continue its work tomorrow.
The Declaration on the Establishment of the Trans-Siberian Transportation Coordination Council was signed in Moscow in 1993. The Council currently has around 100 companies, including 24 countries – Germany, Austria, Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, France, China, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Republic of Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Mongolia, Norway, Poland, Kazakhstan, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine and Japan are represented by railways, seaports, transport and logistics, insurance, consulting, information technology companies, protection and manufacturing companies, national operators and freight forwarding associations. The main task of the Council is to coordinate the activities of freight forwarders on the European-Asian connection to attract additional freight to the Trans-routes.