TransContainer increased shipments of imported cargo from India by 62%

In IQ’2023, TransContainer (a Delo Group company) increased the transportation of imported cargo from India by 62% year-on-year. According to the company’s Telegram channel, shipments of export cargo increased by 48%.

The multimodal service between Russia and India via the Suez Canal was organized in the summer of 2022. By January 2023, the frequency of broadcasts increased to 2 per month. The service is used for transportation of all types of cargo, including dangerous goods.

Also, cargo transportation from the Komi Republic began at the end of 2022.

In July 2022, TransContainer launched a liner service for the delivery of foreign trade cargo on a multimodal route between the Russian regions and the Indian port of Nhava Sheva (Mumbai) via Novorossiysk and the Suez Canal. The transit time of a sea passage is about 14-15 days. By the end of January, after more than half a year of operation, 1,900 TEU of Russian freight had been exported to India.

PJSC TransContainer is one of the largest intermodal container operators in Eurasia. Its fleet comprises around 130,000 containers with over 200,000 TEU and 40,000 flat wagons. The Company owns 40 railway terminals in Russia and operates three other terminals through its subsidiaries and joint-stock companies. TransContainer owns 58.67% of Sakhalin Shipping Company (SASCO), whose fleet consists of 13 ice-class vessels. The Delo Group is the sole shareholder of the company.

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