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TransContainer Launches Block Train from Budapest to Jinan

  • TransContainer has launched a block train connecting Budapest in Hungary with Jinan in China.

    The first train departed from the Mahart container terminal in Budapest on October 26. It carries forty-one 40’ unit laden with sawn goods and furniture.

    The train is routed via Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Belarus, Russia, and Mongolia to China crossing the EU border in Terespol / Brest. The planned transit time if 18 days.

    The service frequency is yet to be defined.

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