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FESCO launches intermodal service from Asia-Pacific countries to Europe

FESCO launches intermodal service from Asia-Pacific countries to Europe
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The FESCO Transport Group launches a regular intermodal container service FESCO West Gate Bridge from Asia-Pacific countries to European ports. The service includes sea transportation to the Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port and then by regular train to Kaliningrad.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the company, after that the containers will be loaded onto ships at the terminal of the Baltic Stevedoring Company and sent to European ports. FESCO also plans to use the East-West TLC. The cargo traffic of the new service consists of a wide range of goods - from consumer goods to equipment.

Shipments will take place from two to four times a month. Estimated travel time - 36 days, which is almost one and a half times faster than through the Suez Canal. The first train of 6 forty-foot containers has already departed from Vladivostok on December 50.

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