FESCO, in cooperation with Russian Railways and Nurminen Logistics, launched a new intermodal rail service that connects Vladivostok with Finland.

Launched a new rail freight route from Vladivostok to Finland

The Finlyandsky Bridge, as the new service is called, will become a regular rail service with three to four return trips a month.

The first train has already arrived in Finland after a 25-day journey, reports Railway Supply magazine.

The train departed from Vladivostok to the Vuosaari terminal in Helsinki. The route time is 1.5 times less than along the alternative Suez Canal.

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The train carried 62 TEUs filled with various products.

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