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Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan
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Association for Development of Business Logistics
Association for Development of Business Logistics in Uzbekistan is creating favorable conditions for development of logistics and business infrastructure and provide legal support to formation and development of business environment.Read more
Turkmen Association of International Road Carriers
The Turkmen Association of International Road Trasnport (THADA) is representing the interests of international auto carriers of Turkmenistan at the international level and is assisting the development of international road transport in Turkmenistan.
Association of Stevedore Companies of Latvia
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ABOUT THE PROJECT
The Project is supporting cooperation of BIOs and SMEs of Central Asia with EU logistics organizations, to improve the logistics supply chain, storage and distribution of goods.
The project participants will gain the possibility to:
- increase innovative managerial expertise;
- acquire fundamental managerial skills for running a successful business;
- gain practical experience from EU best entrepreneurial practices by SMEs;
- increase export expertise of the BIOs and trade potential of SMEs;
- build institutional partnerships between EU BIOs and assisted BIOs from Central Asia;
- participate in a study trip for knowledge exchange
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
- Managers and experts of BIOs in transport and logistics sector of Central Asia
- SMEs from transport & logistics and trade sector companies as well as warehouses
This project is financed by the European Union.
Export prospects of Uzbekistan
From the day of independence in Uzbekistan, significant progress was achieved in the implementation of the most important directions and priorities of country's economic development program, in a result of which positive dynamics of the basic macroeconomic parameters were ensured and a solid basis for further balanced development of various sectors and spheres of the economy was created. The cross-industry cooperation of industrial enterprises is being strengthened, the modern technologies are being introduced into the production process, and the transport and communication infrastructure is developing consistently.
Turkmenistan: to a new level of international cooperation
The development of international economic relations and foreign trade of Turkmenistan causes an increase in the volume of cargo flows, in the maintenance of which the role of all the major transport hubs of the state, actively operating and newly created at an accelerated pace, is growing systematically, including the modern seaport of Turkmenbashi as a strategic element of the country's transport system.