The International East-West Transport Corridor Association (EWTCA), together with the U.S. Department of Justice Programme ICITAP, organised the final round-table discussion before starting pilot project “Freight Transportation with GPS/GSM Applications”. The event was organised in premises of ICC Lithuania on 16th September, 2013 The aim of the Project is to give recommendations to business organisations […]

East – West Transport Corridor Association (EWTCA) Odessa FORUM 2013 „Extending transport links and operations between Baltic –Black sea region in framework of the EU Eastern Neighbouring Policy“ 28/29 May 2013 Address: Hotel Bristol, Pushkinskaya Street 15, Odesa, 65026, Ukraina Conference hall «Grinvich» The Forum aims to promote the dialogue between the main stakeholders of […]

Last week the international workshop “The Impact of Technologies and Customs Procedures on Facilitation of Border Crossing Processes” was organised in Vilnius. Participants of the workshop discussed the role of new technologies and innovations in speeding up the customs procedures and border crossing processes. The event was organised by the International East-West Transport Corridor Association […]

On 28th June 2012 in Vilnius (Lithuania) was held EWTCA Council meeting that gathered almost 40 participants (EWTCA Council, members and new candidates). Mr.Algirdas Šakalys (President of EWTCA) supervised and opened the meeting, Mr.Stasys Dailydka (General Director of JSC “Lithuanian Railways”) welcomed participants in the EWTCA Council meeting for united cause – EWTCA development. In […]

The East-West transport corridor Association (EWTCA) kindly invites you to the EWTCA Berlin Forum (Berlin, Germany) on 25 – 26th October, 2012 (please find attached invitation and practical information). The East-West Transport Corridor Association (EWTCA) is an organization established (2010) on the basis of voluntary business interests with a view to increasing effectiveness of the […]

Freight is shipped by containers between Europe and Asia via the railway route Brest (Byelorussia) – Naushki (Russia) – Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia) for ten years. Goods are delivered to Brest from shippers on trucks or by single wagons. At the terminal on the railway border station, containers are pooled and a formed lot of containers is […]