Transit traffic
In international shipments, freight can be transported through several countries before being delivered to its final destination. This process is called international transit. The key factors of increasing the competitiveness of a transit country are providing an accessible transport and logistics services, simplifying customs procedures and formalities due to automation and digitalization.
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14 publications
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Report
03.02.2021
Report
03.02.2021
Rail Container Transportation in Eurasia in 2020

Against the background of restrictions related to combatting coronavirus, only a few industries and markets can boast of updated records and positive vision of the future. One of such success stories in 2020 is the Eurasian railway route.

Article
01.26.2021
Kazakhstan: the New EU Green Gateway to East Asia

European Union is revising the TEN-T rail freight corridors under the new Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy, so the effective connection of the Eurasian rail routes with the EU Core Backbone Network is a key priority

Article
09.04.2020
China’s rail shipments to Europe set records as demand surges for Chinese goods amid coronavirus

Once regarded as merely ornamental, freight service along Belt and Road trade routes has become increasingly important as exporters turn to railway transport

Report
08.14.2020
Report
08.14.2020
Rail Container Transportation in Eurasia in the First Half of 2020

In the first five months of 2020, the total value of mutual trade between the EU and China carried out by railway transport, increased by 21.22% year-on-year (47.42% more in May than in January 2020) . This development allowed rail transport to increase its share in the total trade volume from 2.83% in January-May 2019 to 3.47% in January-May 2020.