EU companies have been urged to better coordinate logistics, regulation and infrastructure across member states to boost the use of Asia-EU rail services.
Stakeholders along the China-led Silk Road project have increased cooperation with transport operators and forwarders using the route in an attempt to improve efficiencies.
To this end, the Coordination Council for Trans-Siberian Transportation (CCTT) has partnered with the Group of European TransEurasia Operators and Forwarders (GETO) to develop new …
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