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VIDEO: Maersk on trade route from China to Europe bets on trans-Caspian cargo corridor

VIDEO: Maersk on trade route from China to Europe bets on trans-Caspian cargo corridor
photo: Archive/Maersk on trade route from China to Europe bets on trans-Caspian cargo corridor
21 / 05 / 2022

In response to customers’ ever-changing supply chain needs in the current extraordinary times, Maersk offers a new rail-sea service connecting Asia to Europe through Central Asia.

Departing from various locations in China, a new A.P. Moller - Maersk (Maersk) service connects China and Europe via Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Romania in about 40 days.

After passing the border of Khorgos between China and Kazakhstan, containers arrive by rail at the station of Aktau, where they are loaded on a barge to Baku in Azerbaijani. From there containers are railed to APM Terminals Poti, Georgia, where they are being loaded on a feeder's vessel to Constanta, Romania. Then the cargo is railed to various destinations across European countries,'' said Maia Parlagashvili, Global Product Manager for Intercontinental Rail at Maersk.

Maersk started developing this new route back in March and already in April had the first departure from China, serving customers from the lifestyle, automotive and household appliances industries.

The Corridor has sufficient open capacity, allowing our customers to strengthen their supply chain resilience by having an alternative route to Ocean and Air services,'' concluded Maia Parlagashvili.

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