On 29th of June, 2010 the European And Asian carrier received significant support: the international East-West Transports Corridor Association was founded in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
THE ASSOCIATION IS ready to provide assistance not only to carriers. It is ready to expand and facilitate the road for transport and logistics companies, intermodal transport and modern technologies; moreover, it is going to enhance the cooperation between the national authorities and research structures. Read...
EUSBSR PA Transport proposal for revised AP – 15.11.2019
The thematic study presents the activities and main results of TENTacle project task 5.4 “Interactions between the CNCs and transport networks of the EU Eastern Partnership countries”. This task aims at finding solutions to ensure seamless traffic flow, enhance economic growth and competitiveness through interconnected subsets of transport networks (Core Network Corridors vs. Eastern Partnership) […]
In pursuance of the BSR Action Plan of the European Union Strategy in the sphere of transport (AP Part 2 “BSR Transport Connections with the Third Countries”) and invited by the China International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFA) Dr.Algirdas Šakalys participated in the events of the International Logistics and Trade Promotion Forum “One Belt and One Road“ […]
The international Conference aims to promote the dialogue between the transport and logistics stakeholders of Baltic Sea Region and China on the issues based on the outcomes of the first CIFA and EWTCA Conference in Qingdao on 23 September,2015, as it serves as the basis for transport and logistics business promotion in BSR and along […]
EWTCA (East West Transport Corridor Association) and CIFA (China International Forwarders Association) agreed onthe organization of the joint CIFA/EWTCA conference in Vilnius/Klaipeda on 5-6 September 2016 based on the Declaration signed between EWTCA and CIFA during last year’s joint CIFA/EWTCA conference in Qingdao (China). Currently EWTCA and CIFA are establishing organization committee of the conference. Besides […]
From January of this year, EWTCA partner, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University’s Intermodal Transport and Logistics Competence Centre (executing the functions of the Association’s Secretariat and research centre) begins to perform functions of the institution coordinating implementation of the European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region in the transport area. At the same time, EWTCA […]
On 11 May of this year the EWTCA President Dr.Algirdas Šakalys had a meeting with Rimantas Sinkevičius, the Minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania. During the meeting A.Šakalys presented to the Minister and his team the EWTCA action plans for 2015 and highlighted the following major EWTCA events in 2015: joint […]