B2B Cargo itineraries are not included in BBIN. Handling will remain the least expensive mode of transport compared to transit. because most vehicles leave empty. BBIN routes are India`s asymmetrical pre-whim that connects India-BD-India routes. For others, the scale of regional transit traffic is insignificant and existing modes of transport will remain the least expensive option. Read More DHL Global Forwarding has been commissioned by the Indian government to conduct a pilot race as part of the deal. The first truck to benefit from the car transport contract was mixed in Kolkata on 1 November 2015. The truck travelled 640 km to reach Agartala via Dhaka. Before the BBIN contract was signed, the truck would have had to cross Indian territory for 1550 km to reach Agartala. Officials cited this as an example of the time and cost savings that the BBIN agreement would bring to motor vehicles. [30] In August 2016, Bangladesh sent a clothing truck from Dhaka to New Delhi as part of a trial of the deal.

[32] The truck obtained an electronic authorization to enter India via an online system. Instead of having to go through customs clearance and formalities, as before the agreement, the truck was equipped with an electronic seal equipped with a GPS tracking device. The truck was then inspected for customs clearance in New Delhi and not at the border. [33] Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal (BBIN) is a sub-regional architecture of countries in East Asia, a sub-region of South Asia. [40] India proposed an agreement on saarc motor vehicles at the 18th SAARC Summit that took place in Kathmandu in November 2014. No agreement could be reached following objections from Pakistan. Instead, India has a similar motor vehicle agreement with BBIN. The BBIN Motor Vehicles Agreement (MVA) was signed on 15 June 2015 at the BBIN Transport Ministers` Meeting in Thimpu, Bhutan.

[29] [30] The Agreement will allow Member States to transport their vehicles on the territory of the other Member State for the carriage of goods and passengers, including the transport to third countries and passenger vehicles. Each vehicle would need an electronic authorization to enter the territory of another country and border security between the borders of nations also remains in place. [31] Cargo vehicles can enter each of the four countries without the need to transship the truck from one country to another at the border. Under the system, cargo vehicles are tracked electronically, authorizations are issued online and sent electronically to all land ports. . . .