TransContainer of Delo Group and CVLOGRUS LLC (earlier – CEVA Logistics, a logistics company of CMA CGM Group) have signed a new deal to organise multimodal container transportation from the countries of Asia-Pacific region to Russia via the ports of the Far East.
Victor Markov, Director of TransContainer, and Cyril Pacary, General Director of CVLOGRUS, signed the respective agreement within the framework of Eastern Economic Forum (EEF).
Together the parties intend to increase the volume of consumer goods transportation for the federal retail chains and representative offices of local and foreign brands along the routes from the countries of Asia-Pacific region to Moscow, Ekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, and other major cities of Russia.
“The agreement will bring in new volumes to TransContainer’s multimodal services in traffic with Asia-Pacific region via the ports of the Far East. TransContainer’s extensive experience in organising such shipments in synergy with other assets of Delo Group will allow us to guarantee our partner high quality and reliability of our service,” noted Markov.
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“Our companies’ efforts consolidation to search for and develop the best supply chains between the countries of Asia-Pacific region and Russia through the ports of the Far East will increase the volume of import and export shipments as well as the market share in this area,” said Pacary.
TransContainer is a Russian-based freight transport company based in Russia.
CVLOGRUS is the new name given to CEVA Logistics Russia after the departure from Russian market by the French CEVA Logistics.
Earlier this year TransContainer signed a cooperation agreement with two Chinese forwarders to make China-Europe container transit more competitive.
Russia-based intermodal transport operator FESCO achieved record traffic volumes of 144,000 TEU on international lines in the first half of the year.