Reports
Report
10.18.2021
Report
10.18.2021
Benelux countries’ exports to China in 2020: export structure and prospects for modal shift to rail

At the end of 2020, the trade turnover between the Benelux countries and China amounted to about USD 98 billion, of which USD 26.09 billion accounted for exports to China and USD 71.86 billion - for import.

Report
09.30.2021
Report
09.30.2021
Rail Container Transportation in Eurasia in the First Half of 2021
In the first half of 2021, 336,598 Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) were transported along the Eurasian railway transit route in the China—Europe—China direction, which is 50% more than in the first half of 2020.
Report
09.16.2021
Report
09.16.2021
Trade between Germany and China in 2020: the structure of German exports and prospects for modal shift to rail
In 2020, China became the main trading partner of Germany and the EU. The German economy is the strongest in Europe, and China is the driver of global economic growth. Therefore, the ties between Germany and China are of particular importance for the development of the Eurasian railway route.
Report
09.15.2021
Report
09.15.2021
China. A special report
The collection of articles prepared by Lloyd’s List magazine presents materials on the development of Chinese trade, transport and transportation.
Report
09.02.2021
Report
09.02.2021
IATA Cargo Chartbook

Upward trend in air cargo traffic as inventory restocking cycle starts.

Source: International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Report
09.01.2021
Report
09.01.2021
Lloyd’s List Half-Year Outlook

The half-year health check on the state of the maritime markets finds shipowners in a better place than they anticipated 12 months ago. While tankers will have to wait for a meaningful vaccine-led recovery, box and bulk are booming.

Source: Lloyd's Loading List
Report
08.11.2021
Report
08.11.2021
Trade Between Germany and China in 2020: Germany’s Imports and Prospects of Modal Shift
A new ERAI report touches upon the Germany’s imports from China and prospects of the modal shift to railways. Over the past five years, China has been the main trading partner of Germany.