Kazakhstan, India discuss cooperation in transport and logistics sphere

Business Materials 30 March 2018 21:05 (UTC +04:00)

Baku, Azerbaijan, March 30

By Ali Mustafayev – Trend:

Representatives of KTZ Express JSC - a subsidiary of Kazakhstan Railways JSC participated in a seminar entitled "Doing business with India" in Almaty, the press service of Kazakhstan Railways said in a message.

The Vice-President of KTZ Express JSC Nurlan Igembayev informed about the possibilities of transport and logistics infrastructure of Kazakhstan, during the seminar.

According to Igembayev, a network of logistics centers for the consolidation and distribution of cargo flows develops favorable conditions for the implementation of investment projects involving the private sector.

Regular container services currently develop between the largest trade poles with the use of multimodal solutions and a comprehensive package of logistics services that ensure predictability and speed of delivery of goods.

"The creation and development of new promising corridors will give impetus to the development of logistics infrastructure and increase of trade turnover between Kazakhstan and India," Igembayev said.

The participants of the event also stressed the growing demand for North-South transport and the need to stimulate these cargo flows by improving the procedures for customs control and export-import operations. In their view, the experience of the China-Europe-China transit route can be applied in the development of the North-South corridor.

The seminar was organized by the Kazakh-Indian Business Council and the Association of the Indian Community in Kazakhstan (INCHAM) with the support of the Indian Embassy in Kazakhstan.