Container cargo transportation through the Middle Corridor increased by 45 percent from January to October 2022
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It was reported that during the 10 months of this year, cargo transportation with containers on the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route increased by 45 percent compared to the corresponding period of the previous year according to ADY Container. 

Panel Session on Middle Corridor Development: Transit and Transport Cooperate on the Horizon of New Opportunites was organized within the framework of the 17th “Logitrans-2022” International Transport and Logistics exhibition held in Istanbul, Turkey. Representatives of the railway administrations of the countries through which the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route passes took part in the meeting organized under the theme “New opportunities on the horizon”.

Director of “ADY Container” LLC, one of the members of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Consortium, Natig Jafarov made a presentation reflecting the dynamics of transportation through the Middle Corridor. He stated that the container cargo transportation through the Trans-Caspian International Route (Middle Corridor) from January to October 2022 increased by 45 percent compared to the same rate of the previous year. In the new geopolitical situation, it was pointed out that our country has become one of the main participants in ensuring sustainability in the process of transporting goods along this route, increasing its role in strengthening the transport connection between China and Europe and vice versa.

Expanding the possibilities of the route was discussed. The importance of the feeder services organized in order to strengthen the transport connection in the part of the China-Europe-China route passing through the Caspian Sea was emphasized.

Source: ADY Container