According to ADB website, the TA will assist the development and adoption of a new NEAL-NET logistics information-sharing standard. This new standard is expected to build upon existing standards and be optimally suited for all three countries to adopt and implement in their maritime ports. The TA will facilitiate and assist the three countries to reach agreement on this common standard. It will also help the NEAL-NET secretariat prepare a development strategy that includes a roadmap for expanding the international logistics information platform to include different transport modes from maritime transport to land, railway and air transport. It will also recommend ways to enhance better inter-governmental cooperation among the NEAL-NET countries and with other geographical regions such as EU, ASEAN and other regions.
Project Officer: Saxena, Sharad
East Asia Department
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