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Ruscon Set Monthly Record For Container Trains Dispatch From Novorossiysk Port

Ruscon set monthly record for container trains dispatch from Novorossiysk port

By the end of November 2021, the multimodal transport operator Ruscon, part of the Delo Group, set a monthly record by dispatching 14 public container trains from Novorossiysk with 1,035 import containers – December 2, 2021 Compared to November 2020, the number of imported containers has increased fivefold. The previous record was set in August  – 10 trains and 647 containers. Of the mentioned November
trains, 9 went to Moscow (Selyatino, Kresty stations), 3 – to Yekaterinburg-Tovarny station, one each – to Shushary station and Rostov-Tovarny. The First Vice President of Ruscon Group Andrey Chernyshev noted: “Increasing the volume of railway transportation has always been a priority for Ruscon. Thanks to well-coordinated operations, good infrastructure and experience of our employees, the company is increasing the traffic growth rate and expanding its geography. Railway transportation is a promising area for development.  We are confident that using our own assets we will be able to provide our clients with reliable and efficient service. I would like to thank our team, who despite all the difficulties did a great job and achieved record results in November”. Ruscon is a part of Delo Group, 3PL operator for containerized cargo delivery in Russia and the CIS based on Delo Group’s asstes. Ruscon expands its ability to provide end-to-end cargo delivery services by a range of its own transportation assets: marine terminals, fleet of trucks, flatcars, inland terminals, customs and logistics storage facilities as well as developed network of branch offices. Source: Ruscon

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