Release Date: 20 January 2007
Release ID: 1211
A solution for Russia-bound cargo via the Baltic States.
“The Russian economy is booming and poised to join the WTO. However, the congestion situation at St. Petersburg is worsening beyond imagination” says Siyi Ma, Sales Manager of Global Cargolink Ltd.
“The truck queue at the Finnish-Russian border is some 50 km long and growing; meanwhile, nearly all major ocean liners are moving beyond their designed capacity carrying loads” Siyi adds, continuing with; “therefore, the three Baltic ports (Tallinn, Riga and Klaipeda) are better positioned as legitimate transit ports for Russia-bound cargoes.”
Cargolink claim to offer competitive ocean freight from Far East ports to the three Baltic transit points: Tallinn, Riga and Klaipeda and provides reliable trucking service from the transit port to the destination in Russia.
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