A large proportion of the parcels from China to Europe, including Ukraine, go through Estonia.
The Antonov enterprise will not transfer the intellectual property rights to the An-225 Mria to China.
China Airspace company have pledged to advance money for production of the An-178.
The agreement with Chinese company also provides for establishment of joint serial production of the An-225.
The Ukrzaliznytsia's head Wojciech Balczun has announced that his company intends to capture a significant part of the goods that are transported from the Far East to Europe.
A new container train has been launched between Poland and China under the brand name China Railway Express. The train will operate between Warsaw and the city of Chengdu.
Two freight trains, which will become part of the Viking container train project, will travel from China through Azerbaijan to the Georgian port of Poti between late July and early August.
COSCO Shipping Panama, a 300-meter container ship flying the flags of the Marshall Islands, moored at the Odesa port’s Khlibna Havan harbor at about 14:00 on 6 June.
The speed of transportation of goods through the Black Sea - Trans-Caspian route remains within the planned 9-9.5 days, but there are plans to increase it.
The COFCO corporation (China) has officially commissioned a terminal for transshipment of agricultural products at the Mykolaiv seaport.
A business delegation from Bahrain and China visited Delta Lotsman, a division of the Ukrainian Port Authority.
Ukraine officially joined the Trans-Caspian international transport route, the respective protocol was signed on Tuesday, May 17, in Tbilisi.
Chinese companies are interested in building the Via Carpathia highway. Poland’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski announced this at the end of his visit to China.
The first experimental freight train that was launched on the so-called "New Silk Road" on 15 January 2016 returned to Ukraine on 17 April, the Interfax Ukraine news agency reports.
The Ministry of Infrastructure is preparing a memorandum with a major Chinese investor on preparation of feasibility studies for development of a high-speed rail line along the Kyiv-Lviv-Warsaw-Berlin route and the Kyiv-Odesa route.
Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelian expects the project for rail transportation of containers to China via the Trans-Caspian route to be finalized in May.
Steady operation of a freight train on the so-called new "Silk Road" requires Ukrainian membership of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route (TMTM) and establishment of a single through tariff.
The task of the state and the Ukrzaliznytsia public railway company, which is a state monopoly, is primarily to respond to geopolitical challenges adequately.
Minister of Infrastructure Andrii Pyvovarskyi expects the new container train on the so-called New Silk Road to begin full commercial operation in March.