Kazakhstan expects that the volume of container transit traffic will grow to one million TEU by the end of the year
The Kazakh operator KTZ intends to increase the volume of container transit traffic to one million TEU, reports railway magazine Railway Supply, citing KTZ.
The company notes that in order to increase the capacity of the sections, projects are being implemented to update the railway infrastructure. In particular, the developing of the Dostyk railway station and the Dostyk-Moyinta line is underway.
This was reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply
KTZ noted that over the 30 years of the country’s independence about two and a half thousand kilometers of new railways have been built to ensure communications between regions, increase export and transit potential.
For eight months of 2021 14.4 million tons of cargo were transported through the Dostyk-Alashankou and Altinkol-Khorgos railway borderlines between China and Kazakhstan. This figure is 2% more than during the same period of 2020.
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