FESCO lunches railway service from Samara to Vladivostok

From Samara to Vladivostok, the FESCO Transportation Group has launched a new train service called the FESCO Volga Shuttle. According to a news statement from the organization, containers are delivered from the Bezymyanka station and arrive at the Commercial Port of Vladivostok (CPV, a FESCO asset).

Consumer items, building supplies, non-ferrous metal, and plastic goods make up the majority of the cargo flow.

At a terminal in Samara, containers are carried in brief bursts without being accumulated for a long time. Full trains will be dispatched in the future.

With the help of the group’s regular maritime lines, the service will carry goods made by Volga producers to the Far East and their subsequent exports to East and South-East Asia.

The Vladivostok to Samara railway service is complemented by the FESCO Volga Shuttle (eastbound).

On August 7, FESCO Volga Shuttle (eastbound) delivered the first group of containers with both internal and export cargo from the Bezymyanka station.

With operations in ports, rail, integrated logistics, and shipping, FESCO Transportation Group is one of the top public transportation and logistics firms in Russia. FESCO can deliver door-to-door logistics solutions and manage nearly every stage of the intermodal transportation value chain because to its diverse yet integrated asset portfolio. The operator of the Russkaya Troyka container platform, the Commercial Port of Vladivostok, the rail companies Transgarant and Dalreftrans, and the dry terminal facilities in Novosibirsk, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok, and Tomsk are all under the authority of FESCO. Over 150,000 containers and about 10,000 container platforms are operated by FESCO. More over 30 ships are in FESCO’s fleet, most of which are used on its own marine service lines.

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