Integrated International Transport and Logistics System for by United Nations

By United Nations

Within the present overseas surroundings characterised by means of globalization and regionalization, shipping and logistics approach integration is a perquisite for nations to take care of competitiveness and has turn into a key issue for sustained employment construction and fiscal development. the current examine summarizes the key findings of a venture that goals to aid the nations in North-East Asia in selling an built-in method of foreign delivery and logistics making plans and coverage formula.

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The third and fourth phases are under way to build 21 container berths with a total length of 7,350m until 2011. 33 million TEU every year. To keep up with a global trend of increase in container ship sizes, four berths scheduled for 2006 (phase 3-1) will be able to accommodate vessels up to 12,000 TEU and three berths scheduled for 2008 (phase 3-2) are to be constructed as automated container terminals (ACT). Railway. Corridor 2 spreads over three countries – the Republic of Korea, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and China.

Corridor 1 is designated as a North-East Asian section of the Asian Highway by UNESCAP, and provides connections to the Trans Siberian Trunk Highway. The total length of this road route is about 2,163km (Figure 4-2 and Table 4-6). Paved roads including the Tianjin-Beijing Expressway are available between Tianjin and Jining. The Chinese government plans to upgrade the Beijing-Erenhot section to expressway standards. Roads on the Mongolian side (1,026km) are in poor condition. With the exception of the Ulaanbataar-Altanbulag section (345km) where a motorway is available, most of the Mongolian sections are unpaved.

Table 4-4 lists major segment distances along this rail route. Figure 4-1 Present conditions of railway, Corridor 1 Source: 2 Based on Country reports, ERINA, and Maps produced by UNDP. area=news, 3 November 2004. CHAPTER FOUR: EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE AND IDENTIFICATION OF BOTTLENECKS 27 Table 4-4 Rail distance between Tanggu to Ulan Ude Note: * estimate Mongolia, meantime, has an overly high dependency on railway for cargo transportation. 0 per cent (Table 4-5). 8 per cent. This difference suggests that the railway in Mongolia is used heavily in long-distance cargo transport.

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