“Turkmen Logistics” Association took online participation in the meeting of the CCTT Working Group on Maritime Logistics


On 23th of May, the International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation (CCTT) organized a meeting of the CCTT Working Group on Maritime Logistics in a hybrid format, which was attended by more than 90 representatives from 9 countries, including representatives of the “Turkmen Logistics” Association.

At the event, chaired by A.V. Severilov, Chairman of the Board of FESCO Transport Group, the participants discussed the development of new and existing services between the ports of Russia, China, India and Vietnam, the issues of transportation of fishery products from the Far Eastern ports to the ports of the Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asian countries, as well as the project of the Indian transport and logistics hub for maritime transportation.

FESCO representatives also introduced the participants to the new services launched: China – India – St. Petersburg, China – St. Petersburg, Vietnam – Russia, Turkey – Novorossiysk, plans to launch new Deep Sea routes and intermodal services to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.

Speaking at the meeting, the Trade Representative of Russia in India, Alexander Rybas, noted that an increase in the cargo flow of multimodal transportation along the eastern branch of the ITC North-South, which passes through the territory of Turkmenistan, is expected to increase by 5 million tons in 2025. The ports of Mundra and Nava Sheva will handle more than half of India’s containerized cargo on this route.

During the meeting, it was also announced that the International Conference on Continuous Refrigeration Chain will be held in St. Petersburg on September 28, organized by Expo Solutions Group and ASORPS. Following the meeting, the participants of the working group signed the work plan of the CCTT on maritime logistics for 2023.