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  1. Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations in Selected APEC EconomiesFirst Workshop, Oakes on Collins Melbourne, 5-7 April 2011 Chula Sukmanop, Ph.D. Ministry of Transport Thailand

  2. Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 2 Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations • Purpose of Presentation • Sharing what Thailand has done to realize the plan to become a hub for connectivity

  3. Multimodal corridor Thailand : Hub for Connectivity

  4. Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 4 Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations Physical Linkage Regional Cooperation Liberalization of Services Transport Facilitation

  5. Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 5 Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations • Physical Linkage

  6. ASIAN Highway Network • Covering 32 countries total length 141,105 Km • 9 routes in Thailand : AH1,AH2,AH3.AH12,AH13,AH15,AH16, AH18, AH19 total length 5,112 Km

  7. ASEAN Highway • Linking 10 ASEAN members (23 routes of over 36,000 Km.) • 12 routes in Thailand: AH1,AH2,AH3.AH12,AH13,AH15,AH16, AH18, AH19,AH112.AH121,AH123

  8. AH Routes in Thailand Thailand • AH1: Aranyaprathet-Hin Kong-Bang pa –in (-Bangkok)-Mae Sot: 701 Km • AH2: Sa Dao-Hat Yai-Bangkok-Chiang Rai- Tachilek: 1,913 Km • AH3: Chiang Kong -Chaing Rai: 117 Km • AH12:Nong Lhai-Udon Thani-Nakhon Ratchasima-Hin Kong: 511 Km • AH13: Nakhon Sawan-Phitsanulok-Huai Kon : 557 Km • AH15: Nakho Phanom-Udon Thani : 243 Km • AH16: Tak- Khon Kaen-Mukhdahan: 689 Km • AH18: Hat Yai-Sungai Kolok: 268 Km • AH19: Bangkok-Laem Chabang-Kabin Buri – Nakhon Ratchasima: 458 Km • AH112: Klong Loy-Bang Saphan: 29 Km • AH121: Mukdaharn-Yasothon-Buriram – Sakaeo: 421 Km • AH123: BongTi-Kanchanaburi-Nakhon Pathom-Bangkok-Chonburi-Laem Chabang-Maptaput-Rayong-Trat-Hat Lek: 574 Km • Total: 6,693 km

  9. GMS Corridors • 4 Routes in Thailand • R1: Southern Economic Corridor • R2: East-West Economic Corridor • R3: North-South Economic Corridor • R10: Southern Coastal Economic Corridor

  10. Trans-Asian Railway Network

  11. Water Ports 8 international ports 146 river and coastal ports Linkage with China through the Mekong River Regional Maritime Network

  12. Air Airports: 9 international airports (Suvarnabhumi, Don Muang, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Hat Yai, Chiang Rai, Krabi, Udonthani, Samui) 26 Domestic airports

  13. Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 13 Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations • Regional Cooperation

  14. Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations Korea Afghanistan China Japan Pakistan Bangladesh India Myanmar Laos Thailand Vietnam Philippines Cambodia Sri Lanka Malaysia Brunei Singapore Indonesia ASEAN/GMS/IMT-GT/BIMSTEC/ACMECS/ PAN BEIPU WAN QUADRANGE

  15. Coverage: 10 ASEAN members Scope: transit by road & rail Grant of right of transit transport of 60 vehicles of the member countries Other relevant ASEAN agreements (driver’s license, vehicle inspection, Customs) Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 15 Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations ASEAN Framework Agreement on Facilitation of Goods in Transit, 1998

  16. Grant of Right of interstate transport of 500 vehicles Right to load & discharge goods coming from or destined for other ASEAN countries Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 16 Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations ASEAN Framework Agreement on Facilitation of Interstate Transport, 2009

  17. Coverage: Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Viet Nam Scope: road, multimodal transport related to road Scope: cargo and passengers Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 17 Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations GMS Cross-border Transport Agreement, 1999

  18. Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 18 Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations • Bilateral Agreements • Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand and the Government of Malaysia on Movement in Transit of Perishable Goods by Road form Thailand through Malaysia to Singapore, 1979 • Agreement between the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand and the Government of Lao People’s Democratic Republic on Road Transport, 1999

  19. Liberalization of Services Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 19 Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  20. Single Market and Production Base Highly Competitive Economic Region Region of Equitable Economic Development Region fully Integrated into the Global Economy ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (AEC) 2015

  21. ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (AEC) Thai Free flow of goods Free flow of services Free flow of investment Free flow of skilled labour ASEAN Market Freer flow of capital Thai Thai Market Other ASEAN Operators Other ASEAN Operators

  22. Logistics Sectors to be Liberalized

  23. Transport Facilitation Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 23 Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  24. Single Stop Inspection Observe Lao PDR Export/Transit Cargo from Thailand C-L / C-T Q-L / Q-T Physical Physical Inspection Inspection As required C-L Q-L I-L C-T Q-T I-T I-L Q-L C-L I-T Q-T C-T As required Q-T C-T Physical Physical Inspection Inspection Import/Transit Cargo to Thailand Observe

  25. Bridge over the Mekong River in Chiang Khong Linking Thailand – Lao PDR – China

  26. องค์ประกอบของโครงการสะพานโขง 4 ที่เชียงของ Acccess road Border Control Facility (Lao PDR) Intermodal Facility Border Control Facility (Thailand) Traffic Interchange Bridge Intermodal Facility Location

  27. Layout of the Intermodal Facility

  28. Common Control Area :CCA Direct Access Roadto CCA

  29. Toll Gate Direct Exit Road from the Facility

  30. Services Operations Information Legal set-up Vehicles Infrastructure Melbourne Workshop, 5-6 April 2011 No. 30 To move goods… Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations

  31. Multimodal corridor Thank you chula.s@mot.go.th