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Declaration on the establishment of the Coordinating Council on Transsiberian Transportation (CCTT) was signed on November 23, 1993 in Moscow, the main actors in the Eurasian cargo report in order to unite disparate efforts to improve the competitiveness of freight traffic on the Trans-Siberian route.

As an international non-profit association of transport for an indefinite period of activity CCTT is registered in the General Register of the Canton of St. Gallen (Switzerland) February 21, 1997 (Reg. No. CH-320.6.042.148-5).

CCTT Founders: Ministry of Railways of the Russian Federation (since 2003 after the reorganization - JSC "Russian Railways"), Deutsche Bahn AG, the Association of European Transsiberian Operators, Korean International Freight Forwarders Association.

In accordance with the Charter of the CCTT Chairman of the Board on an ongoing basis is the President of JSC "Russian Railways", the Vice-Chairmen - the presidents of Freight Forwarders Associations, members of the CCTT.

The supreme body of the CCTT are plenary sessions, which will address all issues related to transport and transit of foreign goods by the Trans-Siberian route.

The executive body is the Secretariat of the CCTT CCTT (CCTT Representative Office in the Russian Federation), headed by the Secretary General. The Secretary General of the CCTT - Gennady I. Bessonov.

At present, the CCTT consists of more than 100 rail, shipping, operating companies and sea ports and others. From 23 countries: Austria, Belarus, Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, China, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Mongolia, Norway, Poland, Republic of Korea, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Finland, France, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Estonia and Japan.

The objectives of the CCTT is attracting transit and foreign trade cargo to the Transsiberian route, as well as coordinate the activities of participants in freight traffic on the Trans-Siberian for international transport to ensure the competitiveness of the route, improving the quality of services for the delivery of goods, and the development of economic relations between the transport companies of South-East Asia Far and Middle East, Central Asia and Europe in order to maximize the use of the infrastructure of Russian railways for transit.

CCTT is a platform for cooperation and interaction between railway companies and ports, sea carriers, stevedoring companies, as well as for the development of competitive integrated transport products.

Central to the activities of the CCTT occupy strategic issues of perspective development of the Trans-Siberian, the implementation of the transportation building and its integration into the system of international transport corridors.

As part of the CCTT work is focusing on the consolidation of the cargo base and establish new business contacts with cargo owners.

The functions and tasks of the CCTT:

  • coordination of interaction of all participants of cargo transportation on the Trans-Siberian route;
  • participate in the development of normative and legal documents regulating the transportation process of TCM;
  • preparation of proposals to increase the volume of cargo on the SCI based on the analysis of the transport market conditions;
  • preparation of proposals to address the constraints to attracting transit and foreign trade cargo to the Transsiberian route;
  • participate in the activities of other public transport organizations and within their competence.
CCTT has the right to consider and resolve other issues relating to the carriage of goods by the Trans-Siberian Railway.
 
Practical activities of the CCTT made permanent working groups:
 
1. The Working Group CCTT to improve the competitiveness of the Transsiberian route.

Projects:

  • "Trans-Siberian route: multimodal Euro-Asian transport network" (systematization of information for analysis and forecast of the trade flows of SCI on the existing trans-Siberian route to transport products, promotion of the Trans-Siberian service);
  • "Creation and promotion of guaranteed transport and logistics product" (the creation of conditions for improving the competitiveness of transit traffic by rail on the SCI, promote goods transportation in the compositions of block trains).
 
2. CCTT Working group on the development of information technology.

Projects:

  • "E-Train" (workflow optimization of international freight transport through the development and implementation of information technology through the use of electronic legally significant transportation and commercial documents).

3. The Joint Working Group CCTT - Railways - MAV (consideration of issues related to the prospect of the development of rail container traffic between Europe - Asia - Europe and with the Trans European Transport Corridor №6 (Spain - France - Italy - Slovenia - Hungary / Záhony) .
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