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New freight railway route opened between Tashkent and Vladivostok

FESCO Transport Group has organized a new regular freight rail route Vladivostok-Tashkent, the company's press service reports. The first FESCO Tashkent Shuttle between Vladivostok and Tashkent was launched at the end of July 2014.

The route of the public intermodal service, part of which is the FESCO Tashkent Shuttle train service, starts at the ports of Southeast Asia through Vladivostok and then in transit to Tashkent (station Chukursay). The final destination is the new ULS container terminal. Currently, the regularity of train service departures is 2 once a month. The capacity of one train is 150 TEUs.

The intermodal route also assumes the possibility of delivering cargo according to the "last mile" principle, that is, to the client's door within a radius of 500 km from the final destination.

Transit time by rail all the way from Vladivostok to Chukursai station is 12 days, return of empty containers after unloading in Tashkent is also 12 days.

FESCO is one of the largest private transport and logistics companies in Russia with assets in port, rail and integrated logistics business, operating under the brands Transgarant and Russian Troika. FESCO Group owns OJSC Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port with an annual throughput of 3,9 million tons of general cargo and oil products, 150 thousand units. cars and wheeled vehicles and over 600 thousand container cargo.

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