International Container Transportation Online Forum «PRO//Motion.Eurasia»
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International Container Transportation Online Forum «PRO//Motion. Eurasia» is the platform for dialogue of all participants of railway container transportation China — Europe — China to ensure competitiveness of Eurasian transport corridors.

International Container Transportation Online Forum «PRO//Motion. Eurasia» is the platform for dialogue of all participants of railway container transportation China — Europe — China to ensure competitiveness of Eurasian transport corridors. Heads of railways, sea ports, transportation and logistics enterprises, international transport organizations, regulators and cargo owners from CIS, Europe and China will discuss government and business initiatives on development of cooperation for increasing volume of Trans — Eurasian container traffic, issues in infrastructure development and digitalization of transit.

Date of the event: 17 September 2020 

For participation, please, contact:
Mikhail Danilov, +7(499)753-49-56, m.danilov@gudok.ru

More details on http://railwayforum.ru/en/events/forum-eurasia/


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