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New railway track in port of Bronka

The third railway track has been put into operation in Port Bronka, as a result railway tracks’ overall length has reached 1622 meters. New track significantly increases port capacity for handling cargoes from railway transport. Now it is possible to operate full-size container train (57 units) and 58 wagons with break bulk and project cargo simultaneously. The further investment strategy of the company is the railway infrastructure development in south part of port area including launch of first stage at 2021.





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