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RZD and Russian Export Center Organized the 1st Export Container Shipment from Vorsino to China

RZD Holding and JSC Russian Export Center (REC) have organized the first export container shipment with non-primary products from Vorsino (Kaluga Region) to China.

11 April 2017 Tuesday, 07:08

RZD Holding and JSC Russian Export Center (REC) have organized the first export container shipment with non-primary products from Vorsino (Kaluga Region) to China.

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The first dispatch was carried out as part of the REC project to support non-primary export-oriented companies when transporting their cargo to China. The logistics operator of the service was RZD Logistics (a subsidiary of Russian Railways), rolling stock and containers were provided by PJSC TransContainer, technological support was rendered by Russian Railways, and customer support was performed by Russian Export LLC.

Containers with food and equipment will be traced through the border crossing in Zabaikalsk to Dalian Port and Shilong Station (Guangzhou Province). The cost of delivery of a universal forty-foot container to Dalian, worked out by specialists of RZD Logistics, is $2600; to Shiloon it is $3200. The minimum travel time is 14 days. In the future, it is planned to make this service regular; the exact schedule of shipments will depend on the volumes of export non-primary cargo traffic.

The Russian Railways Holding is ready to offer Russian exporters new logistics routes to China with the regularity necessary for shippers.
At the terminal in Vorsino, Russian exporters can get comprehensive services for customs clearance, veterinary and phytosanitary control by Rosselkhoznadzor, and cargo consolidation.

Shipping within the framework of the REC project makes it possible to deliver to China two or three times faster than by sea and at a comparable cost. Such a format allows exporters to more rationally distribute financial resources and significantly simplify the procedure for processing goods, and the proposed options for destinations take into account the expanding geography of supplies to China.

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