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Export Cargo From Turkey And China Was Transported In Baku Port

Export cargo from Turkey and China was transported in Baku Port

Source: Port of Baku
News Release – Port of Baku – Export cargo from Turkey and China was transported in Baku Port on February 6 We would like to note that Turkey’s third export train arrived in Baku Port on February 6. The convoy carrying medical and chemical products consists of 42 containers, each 40 feet long. The containers were loaded on the feeder ship “Beket-Ata” in Baku Port for 6
hours and sent to the port of Aktau. The containers will be delivered to Xi’an, China. The operator of this train is members of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Consortium – ADY Container (Azerbaijan), KTZ Express (Kazakhstan), GR Logistics (Georgia) and Pacific Eurasia Logistics (Turkey). It should be noted that the ship “Beket-Ata” arrived in Baku Port today and brought from China 36 containers of industrial equipment (compressors), each 40 feet long. We would like to inform you that the first container train carrying cargo from Turkey to China arrived in Baku Port on December 10, 2020, and the second container train on December 26. In addition, a total of 12,672 TEU containers were transported across the Caspian Sea via the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route in 2020. Source: Port of Baku

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