Almost 150 thousand tons of cargo were handled by the capital cargo terminal of Kedentransservice JSC for 9 months of 2022. Over 2.5 thousand wagons and 2.9 thousand 20-foot containers were reloaded. It is reported by Railway Supplly magazine with reference to the press service of KTZ.

KTZ

The range of goods is different: machinery, vehicles, construction equipment and materials, coal, paper, medicine and food. Products from the terminal are sent to the countries of Europe and Asia, as well as to all regions of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The terminal carries out loading, unloading, storage of cargo, containers and wagons. It provides cargo handling services, forwarding services, works on the principle of “one window” and delivers goods to the end user according to the “door-to-door” logistics scheme. The terminal was commissioned in 1997. The total area is more than 23 hectares, the territory has 17 access roads with a length of more than 8 km. The terminal is equipped with 4 gantry cranes for loading, unloading and sorting of large containers, loaders and other equipment.

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The company operates around the clock. Its team consists of qualified specialists with many years of experience.

Kedentransservice JSC is the largest operator of transport, logistics and terminal services. The company has 17 terminals located in all major regions of Kazakhstan. There are more than 4.4 thousand fitting platforms in the fleet of Kedentransservice JSC, the warehouse area is about 2 million sq.m. More than 500 specialists work in the staff of the terminals. The terminals handle over 250 wagons per day, over 14 thousand tons of cargo, over 800 TEU.

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