«ТрансКонтейнер» будет развивать перевозки в Россию и Беларусь с китайским партнером

TransContainer and China’s Dragon Link to Develop Shipments from China to Russia and Belarus

  • TransContainer, part of Russia’s Delo Group, and Heilongjiang International Logistics Company Dragon Link, part of China’s Heilongjiang Transportation Investment Group, have agreed to jointly develop container routes from China to Russia and Belarus.

    An agreement on the subject was signed by the top managers of the two companies at the international TransRussia 2023 exhibition in Moscow.

    The document envisages cooperation in cooperation in freight transportation via land-based border crossing points and Russian Far East ports and St. Petersburg utilizing TransContainer’s rolling stock and fleet.

    Photo: courtesy of TransContainer

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