The director of the Levada Cargo freight forwarding company (a subsidiary of the Lemtrans railway operator), Volodymyr Demenko, announced proposals for improving freight logistics between Ukraine and EU countries during the “Intermodal in Poland 2022” international conference that took place last week.

Demenko said that the commissioning of several processing facilities on the Ukrainian-Polish border has made it possible to transport additional cargo through the land railway corridor, the CFTS portal reports. However, according to him, there are still problems that need to be solved together with the Polish side.

To solve these problems, he proposed opening round-the-clock veterinary and phytosanitary control points at railway stations and staffing them with enough personnel. In addition, he believes round-the-clock operation of Polish locomotives for delivery/reception of trains is necessary.