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Daily Block Train from Moscow to Siberia

  • TransContainer, Obltransterminal and T1 have reached an agreement on launching daily block train from Moscow region to Siberia.

    The project branded as Kleschikha Daily by the name of the rail station in Novosibirsk (remember Daily Maersk?) is aimed to provide quality regular rail container service for cargo destined for Novosibirsk. The loading station in Moscow region will be Elektrougli.

    In future, the service geography can be expanded.

    The pilot runs of the service are planned in May. In June-July the service frequency is to become daily.


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