A Turkey-Ukraine-Poland container route is in the pipeline for 2021
Monday, January 11, 2021

A Turkey-Ukraine-Poland container route is in the pipeline for 2021

A Turkey-Ukraine-Poland container route is in the pipeline for 2021 as Ukrferry and Ferrplus have signed an agreement with Ukrzaliznytsia’s Lisky terminal in Kyiv. In a multimodal route, containers will cross the Black Sea by ferry, largely to Odesa, then continue by rail to Kyiv and then to Gdansk, Poland’s port on the Baltic, reports Railfreight.com. Separately, Edvīns Bērziņš, the new Latvian director of UZ’s freight terminal at Lisky, is negotiating with PKP Cargo Connect to transport goods between Ukraine and Poland; with BTLC Germany to expand container trains between Europe and China; and with DHL will allow to organize container transportation around Ukraine.

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