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FESCO sent the first container from Europe to Japan via the Far Eastern Federal District

FESCO sent the first container from Europe to Japan via the Far Eastern Federal District
Photo: FESCO Press Office

The FESCO transport group, as part of the Trans-Siberian LandBridge expedited cargo delivery service, delivered the first transit container from Europe to Japan via Russia. He was sent from Germany to Japan along the Trans-Siberian Railway.

According to the company's press service, the 40-foot container was sent from Hamburg on October 22 in test mode. He arrived in Yokohama on 14 of November; the total travel time was 22 of the day.

The intermodal route passed through the Malaszewicz - Brest border crossing (Poland / Belarus), then through the territory of Belarus and Russia to the Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port (part of FESCO). From there, the cargo was delivered by the FESCO - Japan Trans-Siberian Line maritime service to its destination.

Trans-Siberian LandBridge FESCO launched the transit service in May of this year together with JSC Russian Railways Logistics. FESCO provides sea delivery, port handling and container fleet provision; Russian Railways Logistics is responsible for organizing rail transportation. The service is also available for shipments through the port of Vladivostok on the territory of Russia to Europe from the Republic of Korea.