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TIR Convention, International road transport

Syllabus of the Subject - Customs Convention on the International Transport of Goods under Cover of the TIR Carnets

  1. Introduction to the TIR Convention
  2. The role of the International Road Transport Union (IRU) in the TIR Convention
  3. Customs Convention on the International Transport of Goods under Cover of the TIR Carnets
  4. How to fill in a TIR Carnet

Sample of the Subject - TIR Convention, International road transport
TIR Convention, International road transport, Course

The Subject “Customs Convention on the International Transport of Goods under Cover of the TIR Carnets” belongs to the following Online Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:
  1. Courses: Road transport, Multimodal transport, Transport in Africa
  2. Diplomas: Foreign Trade, International Transport
  3. Masters: International Transport, Transport in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade, Export Back Office
  4. Doctorates: Global Logistics, World Trade

African Student, Doctorate, Master International Business, Trade

Learning materials in Courses, Masters, Doctorates in International Business in English Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish Convenio TIR Study, Master in International Business in French Convention TIR Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Convenção TIR.

Area of Knowledge: Foreign Trade - Incoterms® 2020.

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Description of the Subject - TIR Convention, International road transport

The TIR Convention (Transports Internationaux Routiers, in French) allows transporting goods through several countries (transit country) through the containers or cargo compartments previously sealed and controlled by customs with a single document (TIR Carnet).

The TIR Convention is practically global.

The main advantages of the TIR Convention are:

  1. Customs, documentary or inspection procedures reduction, which implies significant savings in time (up to 38%) and costs (up to 80%), both for the carriers, customs and therefore for the end customer
  2. It is estimated that 34,000 logistics companies use the TIR system
  3. Number of countries adhering to the TIR Convention: 70
  4. The TIR is carried out with a single document: the TIR Carnet
  5. Allows the electronic tracking
  6. Restricted to the TIR Authorised Consignors and Consignees
  7. Insurance: maximum protection of € 100,000 for each logistics operation
  8. TIR Identification: blue square lorry plate

Master: International Road Transport

The TIR Convention was created by the International Road Transport Union (IRU) in 1949

  1. 1975: new TIR Convention (adapted for the intermodal transport)
The BIC Code (International Identification Codes of Container Owners) is accepted in the TIR Convention
  1. Customs Convention on Containers (CCC)
  2. International Convention for Safe Containers
  3. Convention Relating to Temporary Admission

Containers and international transport. Customs Convention on Containers. BIC Code. Intermodal Transport

  1. International Guidelines on Safe Load Securing for Road Transport
  2. Road-Rail Combined Transport

Road-Rail Combined Transport, Course

New Silk Road

  1. Almaty-Bishkek Economic Corridor
  2. Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor
  3. China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor
  4. India-Chabahar (Iran)-Afghanistan Corridor
  5. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
  6. China-Central Asia-West Asia Economic Corridor
  7. Transport Corridor Europe-Caucasus-Asia (TRACECA)
  8. Nanning-Singapore Economic Corridor
  9. Almaty-Bishkek Economic Corridor
  10. Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor
  11. China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor
  12. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
  13. India-Chabahar (Iran)-Afghanistan Corridor
  14. International Transport and Transit Corridor of the Ashgabat Agreement
  15. Trans-Siberian Railway (Russia, Mongolia, China, North Korea)
  16. International North-South Transport Corridor (India-Russia)
  17. Afghanistan-Turkmenistan-Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey Transport Corridor (Lapis Lazuli)
  18. Trans-Caspian Trade and Transit Corridor (Central Corridor)
  19. East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam)
  20. Kyrgyzstan-Tajikistan-Afghanistan-Iran Transport Corridor (KTAI -ECO)
  21. Islamabad-Tehran-Istanbul Rail and Road Corridor (ITI-ECO)
  22. Nanning-Singapore Economic Corridor

Trans-European Transport Network Corridors

  1. Atlantic Transport Corridor
  2. Baltic-Adriatic Transport Corridor
  3. North Sea-Baltic Transport Corridor
  4. North Sea-Mediterranean Transport Corridor
  5. Mediterranean Transport Corridor
  6. Eastern Europe-Eastern Mediterranean Transport Corridor
  7. Scandinavian-Mediterranean Transport Corridor
  8. Rhine-Alpine Transport Corridor
  9. Rhine-Danube Transport Corridor
  10. Strasbourg-Danube Transport Corridor
  11. Pan-European Corridor II
  12. Pan-European Corridor IX

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