Контейнерный поезд Петербург – Владивосток

Block Train from St. Petersburg to Vladivostok

  • FESCO and Terminal Sea Fish Port have agreed to develop a regular container rail service between St. Petersburg and Vladivostok.

    The parties intend to launch a weekly block train from Avtovo rail station to Vladivostok and back. In future, the partners plan expand the geography of the service to other Russian regions.

    FESCO will provide its rolling stock, container and terminal infrastructure, and Sea Fish Port its terminal in the Big port of St. Petersburg.


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