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Russia and Japan test rail transport potential

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) of Japan will cooperate with the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation and Russian...

Hapag-Lloyd to revise local charges in Russia

Effective February 1, 2020, Hapag-Lloyd will revise following local charges / service fees in Russia: The new tariff can be viewed by clicking here.  

APL implements winter surcharges in Russia

APL will implement winter surcharges for cargo bound for Russia within the specific service scope: Effective date: 10 December 2018 through 31 March 2019 Origin: Canada, Caribbean,...

Kremlin to boost arctic route’s traffic

The Russian Ministry of Transport is softening shipping regulations in Arctic waters to ''provide access of ships to parts of the Northern Sea Route...

Harsh winter drives to extra surcharges

With effect from December 1, 2018 Hapag-Lloyd will implement a winter surcharge for all shipments to and from St. Petersburg and Ust-Luga in Russia due to...

Port of Rotterdam hosted Russian guests

Last week some 80 representatives of Russian terminals, shipping companies and other maritime and logistics firms paid a visit to the port of Rotterdam....

Volvo cars’ delivery to Russia is under way

Moscow, September 12th, 2018 – JSC RZD Logistics has started to deliver Volvo cars to Russia from the factory in Chengdu (China). RZD Logistics...

RZD Logistics is testing a Japan-Russia route

Moscow, August 29th, 2018 – JSC RZD Logistics has launched test multimodal shipments of cargo from Japan to Russia across Trans-Siberian railway in containers,...
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Covid-19 crisis forces THE Alliance to blank more sailings

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Port of Cork faces Covid-19 challenges, retaining normal operations

The Port of Cork, Ireland’s second-largest port, confirmed on 20 March that its freight operations are continuing to operate and that its arrivals schedule...

MSC unveils new programme to meet Asia demand

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