Turkmenistan’s capital Ashgabat will host on May 3-4 the International Conference and Exhibition “International Transport and Transit Corridors: Interconnection and Development” (ITTC- 2023), News Central Asia media outlet reported on Monday.
The conference will discuss topical issues on post-pandemic recovery and adaptation to new realities in the field of international transportation and the development of effective international transport and transit corridors, infrastructure opportunities in the transport complex – highways, international seaports and airports, railway stations.
ITTC- 2023 is organized by the Agency of Transport and Communications under the Cabinet of Ministers of Turkmenistan in partnership with Turkmen Forum.
This annual event is held with the aim of expanding the activities of national transport enterprises in international communications, strengthening international cooperation between Turkmen state organizations, major logistics institutions and international organizations specializing in transport and logistics systems.
The key topics will include:
- Post-pandemic recovery of the transport and logistics sector: new challenges and opportunities;
- Digitalization of the transport and communication complex: a look to the future;
- Environmental aspects of sustainable transport. the role of public-private partnerships in the development of green infrastructure;
- The role of science and education in the development of the transport and communication complex.
The agenda of ITTC – 2023, in addition to the Conference and Exhibition, includes the signing of memoranda and contracts, seminars, two round tables, where domestic and foreign experts will introduce modern technological solutions in the field of transport and logistics, as well as trips to the Autobahn, Ashgabat International Airport of, Turkmenbashi International Seaport.
The Conference will be attended by high-ranking representatives of the Government of Turkmenistan, heads of national and international transport companies, as well as senior management of logistics organizations and major international financial institutions.
The list of delegates includes representatives of leading international companies such as Vitol, Meno Logistics, Boeing, Dragon Oil, Fly Dubai, Airbus, Car Deluxe; international logistics organizations such as International Air Transport Association (IATA), International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), International Road Transport Union (IRU), and USAID Central Asia.
The International Specialized Exhibition “Transport and Logistics” will be organized within the framework of the Conference.
The expo will feature transport and logistics companies, manufacturers and dealers of vehicles, suppliers of equipment for equipping logistics centers, insurance companies, administrations of seaports, airports and railway administrations from the CIS and far abroad.