UZ introduces restrictions on freight traffic to Poland via Izov
JSC “Ukrzaliznytsia” introduces another convention for the delivery of goods to Poland through Izov, Railway Supply magazine reports with reference to Rail.insider.
The restriction will be in effect from April 15 until cancelled. It includes cereals; oilseeds and fruits, other seeds, fruits and grains, medicinal plants and plants for technical purposes; straw and fodder; residues and waste of the food industry; prepared animal feed.
The movement of freight trains is complicated on the border with Poland
“It is forbidden to accept cargo for transportation, except for transit after agreement with PKP LHS,” the note says.
Recall that from April 13, JSC Ukrzaliznytsia introduced a convention on the transportation of fodder cereals to Poland.
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