Smgs Agreement

From 1968, it was developed up to the UIC standard and known as OSShD-Y. The 24.5 m 24.5 m 24 m wagon was built by the VEB Waggonbau Bautzen or the VEB Waggonbau Görlitz in the GDR and was not marked by the curved top of type B. It was delivered to all OSShD members and often served as the basis for most of the actions of many OSShD members as well as sale to other railway companies. [4] The SMPS and SMGS conventions govern the international carriage of passengers or cargo and apply in Eastern Europe and Asia. Most OSZhD member states (some of which are also OTIF members) apply both conventions. The following tables show which countries are in force: there are currently plans to implement permanent multimodal transport services with a single CIM/SMGS invoice. The Organization for Railway Cooperation (OSZhD or OSShD) (Russian: Организация Сотрудничества Уелезных Дорог or ОССД) was established as equivalent to the International Railway Union (UIC) to create and improve the coordination of international rail transport. [1] As regards transport between Europe and Asia in particular, it has contributed to the development of cooperation between railway undertakings and other international organisations. The members of this organization have created an international law on transport. . At the end of the 90s, an international organization involved (OSZhD, OTIF) participated and the International Committee of Rail Transport coordinated the association by developing a new CIM/SMGS consignment note.

This new consignment note, which combines the CIM and SMGS consignment note, became valid on 01.09.06. Since then, individual carriers, specifically shippers, can use it. The main theme of osshD is the programme to improve rail links between Europe and Asia. OsshD defines success as the increase in freight volume, which can be achieved both through direct investment in technical equipment and through the streamlining and improvement of existing procedures and services. The main provisions of the programme have been presented at international conferences and published in the railways of the world, 4, 1995. .