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Rolling stock is transshipped on the territory of Poland, at Siemianowka station, Andrex container terminal.


80 km from Grodno and 15 km from state border between Belarus and Poland near the Svisloch river mouth.

Brief technical description

1,435 mm gauge tracks are 14 km inward the territory of Belarus. At the same time, 1,520 mm gauge is inward the territory of Poland up to Siemianowka station, where open loading platform is available for transshipment of rolling stock. Wagons with loose cargos as well as packaged goods transported in covered wagons with one unit of cargo weighing up to 3 tons, can be transshipped at the station.

East West Intermodal Hub terminal is located near the border crossing point. The terminal has an area of 60 ths. sq. m and enables the transshipment of cargo from 1,435 mm gauge to 1,520 mm gauge. The length of terminal’s broad-gauge and narrow-gauge railway tracks intended for transshipment is 700 m each. 42-tons crane handles up to 6 train-pairs per day.

The terminal also includes warehouse with an area of 2 ths. sq. m and parking space of 2.4 ths. sq. m. Estimated volume of cargo that can be stored at the warehouse is 2 ths. TEUs. The terminal’s rolling stock consists of 120 wagons designed for broad gauge. All cargo handling and customs document preparation services are rendered. Cargo handling rated capacity – up to 200 ths. TEUs annually.

Svisloch station

Length of receiving-and-departure tracks with 1,435 mm gauge: 4 tracks with a length of 44 to 48 conventional values.
Length of receiving-and-departure tracks with 1,520 mm gauge: 5 tracks with a length of 37 to 58 conventional values.
Daily train receiving/departure capacity for the 1,520 mm gauge: 6 trains /6 trains[1]
Daily train receiving/departure capacity for the 1,435 mm gauge: 7 trains /7 trains[1]
Exchanging is possible: yes


60,000 TEUs/year

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