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Maersk makes a competitive alternative to more expensive air transportation and longer ocean routes

Maersk makes a competitive alternative to more expensive air transportation and longer ocean routes
photo: Maersk´s press materials/Maersk makes a competitive alternative to more expensive air transportation and longer ocean routes
21 / 02 / 2022

The new Sea-Rail-Sea Intermodal Freight Services AE66 links Korea, Japan and China to the Kaliningrad Region in Russia, the Baltic countries and Poland through Trans-Siberian. Departing biweekly from the seaport of Vostochniy in Russia Far East.

The average 55-60 days transportation done purely by ocean services via the Suez Canal will now take less than 20 days through AE66 route. It takes cargo between Busan and Kaliningrad and the adjacent locations in the Baltic region.

“Maersk AE66 services comes at the perfect time to help ease current logistics woes to move goods shipped from the Far East to Europe. The new offering provides global traders with shorter transit times, cost-friendliness and greener services. With tens of thousands of containers moving from Asia – Europe, providing creative solutions that offer better customer experience is the main driver of our activity,” Zsolt Katona, Eastern Europe Managing Director, A.P. Moller – Maersk

The AE66 service has sustainable operations and cooperation with RU Federal Customs (FTS) and Russian Railways ensures stable schedules.. Port operations are provided by Global Ports and rail services by TransContainer JSC.

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