Baku, November 27, AZERTAC
Indian transport and logistics companies are interested in developing North-South international transport corridor project, said vice chairman of the Federation of Freight Forwarders Association in India Shankar Shinde. He made comments as the Federation of Freight Forwarders Association in India signed an agreement on the development of the corridor with Azerbaijani RJD Logistika company on the sidelines of an international rail business forum “Strategic Partnership 1520: The Caspian Region” in Baku. He expressed hope that RJD Logistika will be a reliable partner and that the agreement will strengthen business relations between the two countries.
First Deputy General Director of RJD Logistika Eduard Alirzayev said partnership with Indian companies is of vital importance for the successful implementation of the North-South international transport corridor project.