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Home / Journals / American Journal of Applied Scientific Research / Transport and Transport Logistic
Transport and Transport Logistic
Lead Guest Editor:
Zhaken Kuanyshbayev
Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Eurasian National University after L.N.Gumilyov, Astana, Kazakhstan
Guest Editors
Aidana Ybray
Eurasian National University after L. N. Gumilyov
Astana, Kazakhstan
Toleu Balgabekov
Kazakh Agrotechnical University named after S. Seifullin
Astana, Kazakhstan
Kamalkhan Sakipov
Eurasian National University after L. N. Gumilyov
Astana, Kazakhstan
Muratbek Arpabekov
Eurasian National University after L. N. Gumilyov
Astana, Kazakhstan
Abdulla Akhmedyanov
Eurasian National University after L. N. Gumilyov
Astana, Kazakhstan
Introduction
The article describes the procedure for determining the transportation fee for the transportation of crude oil in a special rolling stock based on a technique with a tariff fracture and a through-shoulder scheme. The proposed route of the cargo train is the port Bandar-Imam to the Dostyk station (Republic of Kazakhstan). As you know, Dostyk station is a border station, the freight trains continue along the route to Alashankou station (People's Republic of China). It is not possible to make settlements on the railways of the Republic of China because of the lack of a road map. Therefore, in the calculations it was limited to this border station. On the basis of the received researches the comparison of vans is carried out on the route port Bandar-Imam – Dostyk station. All the calculations are made with patented the supranational currency EuroNur for the organization of intermodal transportation. Determination of the freight charges by the through-the-shoulder scheme is based on the methodology of the Single Transit Tariff (STT) and the International Transit Tariff (ITT). To be able to lend for the forfaiting model, it is important to structure the freight charges on the railways of the countries participating in the international rail service.

Aims and Scope:

  1. Tariffs for freight transportation
  2. The procedure for determining the freight charge
  3. A scheme with a tariff fracture
  4. A cross-arm scheme
  5. Forfaiting
  6. Supranational currency
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