About Us

Public association “Association of International Road Carriers of Turkmenistan” is a non-profit, voluntary association of legal entities, founded on February 6, 1995, carrying out road transportation of goods and (or) passengers, including in international traffic, and (or) providing assistance in the development of these road transport transportation. At the moment, our Association includes 50 transport companies.

Since 1995, our Association has been a full member of the International Road Transport Union (IRU).

Since 1996, we are operating as the national guaranteeing and issuing association for the TIR system (TIR) under the 1975 Customs TIR Convention.


About the TIR System

It is a global and reliable transit system.

"Paving the way to economic prosperity"


The IRU began to create the TIR system in the late forties of the 20th century with the aim of helping war-torn Europe restore commercial and trade links.

In 1959, the success of the System led to the adoption, under the auspices of the United Nations, of the TIR Convention, which is still in force today and unites 76 contracting parties - states and international associations from four continents. The functioning of the Convention is controlled by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).

Given the ongoing expansion and economic benefits of the TIR system in Eurasia, many countries from Africa, Asia, the Middle East and South America are also planning to join this transit system.

About IRU

IRU - This is the World Road Transport Organization

We implement solutions that promote freedom of movement, trade and economic growth, employment and public safety, and social and environmental challenges.

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