LTG Cargo Ukraine, a subsidiary of the Lithuanian rail freight company AB LTG Cargo,resumes business in Ukraine. This decision follows the assessment of a significant increase in demand from Ukrainian businesses for transport of grain and other products outside the country.
A couple of days ago, Lithuanian Railways got firsthand experience of military rail transport. It is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to railfreight.
Starting from June 4, the Lithuanian Railway will stop transporting Belarusian sanctioned products: woodworking, rubber and metal products.
In order to provide passengers traveling from Russia to the Kaliningrad region with access to objective information, Lithuanian Railways have included free wireless internet at Keno and Kyba railway stations.
The pilot transportation of goods between Ukraine and Lithuania, bypassing Belarus, has paid off. This was stated by the head of the Lithuanian Railways, Egidius Lazauskas, Railway Supply magazine reports with reference to delfi.
Ukraine will expand the export of agricultural products with the assistance of the Lithuanian government. This was discussed during the meeting of the Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mykola Solsky with the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania Kestutis Navickas, reports Railway Supply magazine with reference to the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food.
Lithuanian Railways (LTG) are closing their representative offices in the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation.
LTG Infra, a subsidiary of Lietuvos gelezinkeliai (LTG), which supports railway infrastructure and organizes railway traffic, has been reducing tariffs for businesses by almost three times since April.
LTG Cargo, the cargo transport company of the Lietuvos geležinkeliai (LTG) group, continues to actively diversify its activities.
LTG Cargo has launched intermodal freight transport to Duisburg to further achieve its diversification goals. LTG Cargo, the freight division of the Lietuvos geležinkeliai (LTG) group, has launched intermodal freight services to Duisburg in Germany to further achieve diversification goals, reports Railway Supply magazine.
There is an exhibition of photographs of the war between Russia and Ukraine was opened, on the platform of the Vilnius railway station, where transit trains from Moscow to the Kaliningrad region and back stop.
The Government has approved the plans of the Ministry of Transport and Communications for the electrification of 25 kV 50 Hz of the 309 km Kaišiadorys – Klaipeda – Draugystės route, which will complete the electrification of the 376 km corridor between Vilnius and the port city.