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Ukraine, Lithuania, And Belarus To Launch New Container Train Between Klaipeda And Odesa

The Brovary station will be the Containerships train’s final destination in the first phase of the project.

First Yokohama-Wroclaw Train Lunched

The Trans-Siberian Landbridge will be a transit route for expedited delivery of goods from Japan to Europe.

Ukrzaliznytsia Launches New Container Train To Poland

Ukrzaliznytsia is holding talks on launch of another container train from Lithuania.

Ukrzaliznytsia Increases Container Transport Volume By 13% In 2018

Ukrzaliznytsia’s Board Chairman Yevhen Kravtsov believes that the container train market has enormous potential.

Ukrainian Seaports Increase Container Transshipment By 19% In 2018

The Odesa seaport remained the leader in terms of container transshipment in 2018.

Ukrzaliznytsia Increases Container Transportation By 43% In January-August

Over a dozen container trains operate in Ukraine.

TIS to Launch Container Train from Yuzhny Port to Kharkiv

A train to other cities will soon be launched

Ukrzaliznytsia to Buy 100 Container Flatcars in Second Half of 2018

The Liski Transport Service Center purchased 65 container flatcars in 2017

Ukrzaliznytsia Launches New Container Train

The train will cover the distance of 628 kilometers in 18 hours

Tekhagro To Build Three Terminals In Yuzhny Port

The company owns an 82-hectare site at the Yuzhny seaport, which it plans to develop.

Mariupol Port To Develop Container Transshipment

The seaport experienced a significant drop in cargo traffic after the outbreak of hostilities in the east of the country.

Nobody Waits For Nobody: How the Hutchison Ports Container Terminal Operates in Barcelona

Six people managing a container terminal with a turnover of 1.8 million TEU? This is not fantasy. It is the reality in which the BEST container terminal operates in the Spanish Port of Barcelona. How does it operate?

Major Japanese Container Company To Replace Maersk At Odesa Port

The Odesa port will not lose cargo traffic following the departure of the Maersk company

Maersk Line Decides To Leave Odesa On April 1

The company did not state its reasons for leaving the port of Odesa.

Ukrzaliznytsia, Maersk Line, And TIS Launch Regular Container Train Between Kyiv And Yuzhny Port

The train will operate weekly.

Ukrzaliznytsia Expects China-Ukraine-Slovakia Container Train To Transport Large Volumes Of Cargo In 2018

The train transported 41 forty-foot containers of cargo through Ukraine during a pilot voyage in June 2017.

Kazakhstan's Khorgos Dry Port Aiming To Handle 0.5 Million TEU Per Year By 2020

Khorgos Dry Port processes 5-6 trains per day.

Russia Launches Container Train From China To Hungary Via Ukraine

The total travel time was about 20 days

Ukrrichflot Adds New Vessel To Its Fleet

The container ship was built in 1998

HPC-Ukraina Container Terminal To Change Its Name To Container Terminal Odesa

The company will now be called Container Terminal Odesa.

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