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At the Far Eastern Railway stations, 482 empty isothermal wagons, ready for transporting fish
At the stations of the Far Eastern Railway, waiting for loading, the 482 of an isothermal car is idle, with the help of which it is possible to transport more than 24 thousand tons of fish. It is reported by the press center of the Far Eastern Railway.
Thus, "the Far Eastern railroad workers are ready to provide the shippers of Pacific fish with the required number of refrigerated wagons and thermos wagons for sending seafood to the central part of Russia", emphasizes the leadership of the Far Eastern Railway. “Including, 102 cars are located directly at one of the main stations for the formation of accelerated refrigerated trains Cape Churkin. Meanwhile, the possibility of organizing the transportation of fish products from this station in September of this year was used by shippers only by 13%, ”the message says.
According to the Far Eastern Railways, in general, "there is a significant decrease in the volume of submission of Pacific seafood for loading." For example, in September 2014, 27,6 thousand tons of fish were loaded into refrigerated and insulated wagons, which is 22,9% less than in the same period in 2013.
To normalize the situation, the railway workers propose to solve the pricing problems with all involved structures, to exclude the whole chain of intermediaries and to create a structure under the auspices of the Government of the Primorsky Territory that would consolidate the organization of the sale of Far Eastern seafood from the producers to the end consumer. “It is also necessary to continue the development of logistics centers in the Far East, allowing the storage of fish and other perishable goods in refrigeration facilities that are competitive with Busan and other international ports,” the Russian Railways believes.