Новый контейнерный терминал в Московской области

New Container Terminal in Moscow Region

  • Oboronlogictics Group has announced a new container terminal project for Moscow region to be developed by OboronAviaKhran, part of the group, near the Golitsyno tail station, 25 km west from Moscow.

    The facility will be located on OboronAviaKhran’s warehousing site with 4.5 km of local rails and will offer round-the-clock services for containerized cargo to/from the Russian Far East and China.

    The project capacity of the terminal is 1,000 TEU with a possibility for expansion. The terminal will handle both standard dry and reefer containers. It will also be able to offer services for tank containers with liquefied gas and other dangerous cargo.

    In the neat future it is planned to create a customs bonded warehousing zone at the terminal for imported excise cargo.


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