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Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 15-09-2021

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And yet on full capacity the new commercial port in Ust-Luga, we have not any boat can take – fairways do not permit, the equipment is outdated, but you never know something like that. In addition, the troublesome matter – discharged from Russian berths: the stakes are high, service quality is poor, and transit to the nearest internal customs post at times simply impossible to draw. Here and carry our containers at ports of neighboring countries, and from there by road. Why not train? Because of the railway – is more expensive. And again – the service is not one. As noted at the round table "Railways as a participant in the market of North-West Logistics Director Brewing Company Skatin Alexei, Russian company-producers will prefer rail transit only if the Railways will provide the full range of logistics services. While this did not happen – but it and reform of the Railways have not yet been completed. You'll see, in 10-15 years That's pylyat cars on our roads (83% of turnover).

A road from us – you know. And whether customs checkpoints on the borders a little, whether they work as a slow – but congregate in front of them huge traffic jams. How can this be avoided? It's very simple – to restrict the importation of containers by road. In any case, such a solution strongly suggests Federal Customs Service. Railwaymen gleefully rubbing their hands, but that's enough if they had cars – the existing fleet of rapidly deteriorate.

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