Statistics of foreign trade relations between Russia and the countries of Southeast Asia show that the demand for products from this region is constantly growing. The main volume of imports to Russia comes from China. Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Brunei, Laos, Thailand, East Timor, Cambodia and Singapore are also on the list of the largest exporters to Russia.
Since international rail transportation of goods from the countries of Southeast Asia in most cases passes through sea routes, InterRail Service provides its customers with multimodal cargo transportation Deep Sea: Southeast Asia - Black Sea - Russia, where container transportation is used by sea and rail.
International container transportation of goods follows the route from the main ports of Southeast Asia. Transshipment is organized in the port of Novorossiysk. Further transportation of containers is organized by rail or road transport to Moscow with subsequent delivery of goods to the warehouse. The total transit time for international delivery of goods is 50 days from the main ports in Southeast Asia to the client's warehouse in Moscow.
The appropriate types and sizes of containers are selected for each cargo.
30 years of experience in organizing container transportation has allowed InterRail Service to identify the most optimal routes for international cargo transportation, which minimize logistics costs for our customers. Deep Sea: Southeast Asia - Black Sea - Russia allows container shipping by sea and rail within 50 days.
Many years of experience in providing this service has contributed to the standardization of the process of international container transportation, minimizing the risk of damage to goods during their transportation.
Each client of InterRail Service is assigned a personal specialist for constant interaction.
To ensure our customers that their cargo is safe throughout the entire route of the containers, they are tracked and, if necessary, informed about the location of the cargo.