TransContainer together with the Korean company Pantos Logistics and the Polish PKP LHS have launched a regular service for the transportation of goods in containers from the Republic of Korea to Poland via the Far East and Ukraine.

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Within the first shipment, 60 containers with electronics, car components and consumer goods were transported from Busan, Korea, to Slavkow station in Poland,  informs Railway Supply magazine.

The cargo arrived from Korea by sea and on November 3, as part of an speed train, left Nakhodka (Russia). The train will cross Suzemka-Zernovo border crossing, pass through the territory of Ukraine and arrive in Poland through the Izov-Khrubeshiv crossing. Transit time by rail will be 15 days.

In the future, trains are planned to be sent weekly.

Earlier it was reported that the Mostyska container terminal in Lviv region, in the construction of which Lemtrans invests about $ 15 million, will initially have a design capacity of 100,000 TEU per year. As the “dry port” develops, it intends to increase its capacity to 200,000 TEU.

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