Launched a new rail freight route from Vladivostok to Finland
FESCO, in cooperation with Russian Railways and Nurminen Logistics, launched a new intermodal rail service that connects Vladivostok with 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.
The train carried 62 TEUs filled with various products.
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