The railway is the best way to deliver large consignments over long distances. The history of our company began with railway forwarding, and today we are called one of the most qualified specialists in this service sector of transportation in the Far East.

Long-term cooperation with operators and owners of the rolling stock, communication with various divisions of the railway companies, knowledge of features of railway infrastructure not only in the Far East region, but also throughout Russia, the CIS and the European Union, and also knowledge of all nuances of rules of the Russian Railways allow us to solve questions about fast cargo delivery.

We have experience of delivering various types of cargoes by all types of trains (tank-wagon, isothermal wagon, gondola -wagon, etc.). However, rail transportation of containers is in the greatest demand today.

The use of such a universal unit of cargo as a container speeds up the process of loading, unloading, processing and formation of trains, simplifies the preparation of transport documentation and generally reduces the time of transit. Of course, all this has a positive effect on the cost of transportation.

The idea that transportation by rail is a long process is now outdated. Urgent delivery of goods by this mode of transport became possible after specialized container trains appeared. Such trains go from point “A” to point “B” without reformatting at transit hubs, they are provided with special schedules. As a result, transit time is reduced by 2-4 times compared to the delivery of conventional trains. The geography of container train routes has expanded significantly over the past two years, and new offers from transport companies appear constantly.

“Vedtransservis” provides its customers with transportation of cargo by container train:

  • through Russia:

from ports: Vostochny, Vladivostok, Nakhodka, Vanino, from Khabarovsk in the direction-Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Kaliningrad, Bratsk, Ust-Ilimsk and back; from the Central part of the country in the direction of the Black sea ports and stations, industrial centers in Siberia;

  • on international lines:

from far Eastern ports in the direction – Buslovskaya (border crossing to Finland), Brest (Belarus); from Baltic ports – to Kazakhstan, Central Asian States, Afghanistan and China by container train “Baltic-Transit”; on routes Beijing – Moscow – Beijing, Berlin – Moscow – Berlin (“West wind”) and others.

Moreover, we can form container trains on our own, thereby accelerating the already accelerated delivery of containers.

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