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COORDINATING COUNCIL ON TRANS-SIBERIAN TRANSPORTATION (CCTT)

GENERAL INFORMATION

Foundation date:

21 February 1997

Headquarters:

Moscow (Russian Federation)

Working languages:

English, Russian

Official website:

http://icctt.com

Number of participants (countries):

28

Structure and main deliberative bodies:

CCTT Plenary meeting, the CCTT Board, the CCTT Secretariat and the Independent Auditor

Title Document:

Charter

Link on regulatory legal acts:

http://icctt.com/uchreditelnye-dokumenty

 

The International Association "Coordinating Council on Trans-Siberian Transportation" (CCTT) is a non-profit transport association with an unlimited period of activity registered in the Main Registry of the canton of St. Gallen (Switzerland) on February 21, 1997.

The founders of CCTT are: the Ministry of Railways of the Russian Federation (since 2003, after reorganization, OJSC Russian Railways), DB AG (DB AG), Association of European Trans-Siberian Operators (GETO), Korea International Freight Forwarders Association (KIFFA).

Currently, the CCTT has more than 100 collective members from 23 countries, including the railways of Europe, Asia and the CIS countries, leading maritime carriers, operators and forwarders, ports and stevedoring companies, government organizations, administrations and municipalities, telecommunications and marketing. companies, security services and media.

In accordance with the Charter, the Chairman of the CCTT on an ongoing basis is the President of OJSC Russian Railways, and the Vice-Chairmen of the CCTT are the Presidents of the freight forwarders associations.

Over its 20 of activity, the CCTT has gained considerable international prestige and has become an effective platform for establishing cooperation and real interaction between all participants in the transport of goods along the Trans-Siberian route.

The Council takes part in the development of standards for technological regulation and unification of transport legislation within the framework of the activities of such international organizations as OSJD, UIC, UNECE ITC, CIT, EurAsEC, ESCAP, OTIF, WTO and UPU in order to jointly reduce barriers for goods movement from Asian countries to Europe and vice versa.

With the participation of the CCTT, modern technologies are being successfully introduced, which make it possible to increase the capacity of border checkpoints and the volume of international traffic.

 

JSC “NC” KTZ” IN THE CCTT

JSC NC “KTZ” has been a member of CCTT since 1998.

In accordance with the charter of JSC “NC” KTZ” is a permanent member of the CCTT.