With an eye to expanding rail container traffic from China

Tuesday, March 31, 2020
With an eye to expanding rail container traffic from China

With an eye to expanding rail container traffic from China, a new logistics company has signed a 10-year lease on an intermodal terminal in Dobrá, Slovakia, 10 km west of Ukraine’s border town of Chop. Last month, the new operator, Bulk Transshipment Slovakia handled 44 containers from Xi’an, in northwest China, reports Railfreight news site. Despite disruptions caused by the fight against coronavirus, the number of freight trains running between China and Europe in January and February was up 9% y-o-y.

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