China-Europe truck service gears up for January launch after successful pilot

November 28, 2018 Alex Lennane

China-Europe rail may be on the rise, but a new option is now open to shippers which could cut costs, or time, versus other modes.
The first TIR truck travelled from the Chinese border town of Khorgos, through Kazakhstan and Russia to Europe in just 13 days.
A joint initiative between Ceva Logistics, Alblas and Jet-rail, along with the IRU, the truck arrived in Poland on November 24, having experienced no disruption or Customs issues in Russia, Belarus or ...

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