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Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations in Selected APEC Economies First Workshop, Oakes on Collins Melbourne, 5-7 April 2011 Author : Mr. Somsak Wisetruangrot Organisation: TIFFA Economy: THAILAND. Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 2.

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Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations in Selected APEC EconomiesFirst Workshop, Oakes on Collins Melbourne, 5-7 April 2011

Author: Mr. Somsak Wisetruangrot

Organisation: TIFFA

Economy: THAILAND


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Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 2

Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  • Purpose of Presentation


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Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 3

Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  • Part 1: BACK GROUND AND EXSISTING STRUCTURE of NLA in Thailand

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

  • Establishment – 10th March 1987

  • By recommendation of Board of Trade and supported by UNEscap

  • Current number of members:

  • Ordinary member  177 Companies

  • Associate members 25 Companies


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Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 4

Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  • Part 1: BACK GROUND AND EXSISTING STRUCTURE of NLA in Thailand

  • Ordinary Members elect 15 Directors as Board of

  • Directors

  • 15 Directors vote for one President

  • President elect sub-committee

  • President appointed Advisors from Public

  • Duration of Board and Presidency is 2 Years

  • Permanent Staffs 5 persons

  • (Manager, Assistance Manager and staffs)


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Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 5

Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

Part 1: BACK GROUND AND EXSISTING STRUCTURE of NLA in Thailand

11 sub-committee are appointed which consists of

a) Government Agencies Coordinating Committee

b) Private Sectors Coordinating Committee

c) Foreign Affairs Coordinating Committee

d) Education and Training Committee

e) Members Qualification Committee

f) Liability insurance and Laws Committee

g) Special Event Committee


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Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 6

Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

Part 1: BACK GROUND AND EXSISTING STRUCTURE of NLA in Thailand

h) Public Relationship Committee

i) MTO & Logistics Committee

j) IT & EDI Committee

k) Dangerous Goods Committee

ADVISORY BOARDS:

Academic

Law

Customs & Insurance


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Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 7

Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  • Part 1: BACK GROUND AND EXSISTING STRUCTURE of NLA in Thailand

  • Sub Committee have been established based on

  • Voluntary of Board member to chair in each

  • committee

  • Board and advisors meeting every month


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Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 8

Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  • Part 1: BACK GROUND AND EXSISTING STRUCTURE of NLA in Thailand

  • Staffs will liaison, communicate with all relevant agencies including perform diary work and administration including accounting while Directors will be the one who attend all events outside.

  • Director will be nominated by President for outside events or let Volunteer Directors to attend, depending on the event and case.


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Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 9

Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  • Part 1: BACK GROUND AND EXSISTING STRUCTURE

  • Establish in Year : February 1,2007

  • Thailand Federation of Logistics Services Providers


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สมาคมขนส่งสินค้าเพื่อการนำเข้าและส่งออก

IM-EX TA

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Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

Thai Logistics Services Provider Federation

Consists of 5 Associations Members:

1. Thai International Freight Forwarders Association: TIFFA -President

2. Thai Air Freight Forwarders Association : TAFA – Secretary

3. Thai License Customs Brokers Association :TLCB – Treasurer

4. The Transportation Association :TTA – Public Relations

5. Imports-Exports Transport Association : IM-EXTA – Vice President


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Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 11

Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

Objective:

To encourage, develop and create the

Competency of Logistics Service Providers to compete in the world trade level.


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Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  • Part 1: Roles of Association against Government Agencies

  • Related Government Agencies:

  • Ministry of Transport - many departments involved

  • Ministry of Commerce – few departments

  • Ministry of Finance - few departments but high impact


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Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 13

Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  • Part 1: Roles of Association against Government Agencies

  • Joint draft the laws & regulation such as Thai Cogsa, Multimodal Transport Act, New customs acts, etc…

  • Joint draft out the department announcement

  • Joint working group for trade facilitation with Customs


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Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  • Part 2 : Discussion Issues

  • How to run Association

  • How to get Recognition of Government


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Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  • Part 2 : Discussion Issues

  • Running good Association

  • Run Association by Voluntary with VISION

  • Provide as much as benefit to Stakeholders

  • Continuity & Sacrifice of board of directors and advisors


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Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

Part 2 : Discussion Issues

How to get Recognition of Government

Identify involved Ministry and Departments

Educate relevant government agencies

Corporate and coordinate with said relevant agencies


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Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

Part 2 : Discussion Issues

CASE STUDY:

BEST PRACTICE in Negative Action :

Protest at MOF on Freight Withholding Tax

Different Draft of new Customs Act amendment

BEST PRACTICE in Positive Action:

Joint Draft of THAI COGSA B.E. 2534

Joint Draft of Multimodal Transport Act


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  • To enable partner economies Australia, Singapore and Thailand to share information on measures to maximise benefits from the collaboration of government and industry on policies and regulations relating to transport logistics supply chain connectivity.

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Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  • Conclusion or Recommendation

How to make Government Agencies recognize of Facilitation rather than Regulation.

How to make both parties trust each other.

Remember that the person of Government Agencies whom you talk to is not the right person who makes decision


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Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 19

Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

Q & A

Thank you for your attention


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