ADY Express to kick off new-type cargo freight via Russia-Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey route
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Sept.16
By Fidan Babayeva – Trend:
Azerbaijan’s ADY Express LLC plans to transport new types of cargo via the Russia-Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey route until the end of 2020 and in 2021, Ilham Abdulov, spokesman for the company told Trend on Sept.16.
According to Abdulov, the new types of cargo soon will be wood, grain, and coal.
"Through Russia-Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey route and on Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway route, at present, ADY Express transports mainly steel, most of which is produced at Russian Magnitogorsk Metallurgical Combinate," he said.
Abdulov noted that the delivery of the combinate’s product to the final destination by the ADY Express operator takes 15-17 days.
"The transportation of goods is carried out in transit from Russia through Azerbaijan and Georgia to Turkish Kars. The total length of the route by rail is about 5,000 kilometers. Mainly steel is transported," he added.
"Our cooperation with this enterprise began in 2018 and still successfully continues," Abdulov summed up.
The company provides cost-effective and reliable logistics services in the sphere of railway freights. It intends to increase transit freight traffic between Asia and Europe. Owing to the development of the new routes this will also contribute to boosting volumes of transit between the Persian Gulf and Russia with European countries.
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