The presentation will be given by Menno Menist (International Sales Director, Transport and Mobility) and will cover three subjects; the development of the corridors and Turkmenistan’s roll between the Asian and European corridors, the impact of the increasing rail transport between China and Europe and the future transport flows, to gain a better perspective of where current infrastructure is inadequate. In addition, it will show how a country can improve its position as a logistics hub.
Panteia will make use of the corridor methodology. These are methods that compare the future transport flows with the present flows. This way it becomes clear where the problem areas are, what the cause of these problems is and how they can be overcome. Panteia frequently carries out similar research studies on a national and international basis.
More information on the UN Global Sustainable Transport Conference can be found here.
Would you like to know more?
Call us on: 079-322 20 00