Ambitions for more rail freight between China and Russia are on track

November 14, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

Rail connectivity between China and Russia is continuing to grow, with several new services launched.
Heading the list is Russian Railways, which this month launched a pilot route between Kaliningrad and Chengdu, and yesterday a Shandong-Moscow service.
Chief executive of RZD Logistics – a subsidiary of Russian Railways – Viacheslav Valentik said the Shandong-Moscow route “symbolised further development of cooperation with China”.
He added: “We expand the geography, taking into consideration the interests of ...

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