Russian Railways Far East transport reaches record volumes

Rails Irkutsk Lake Baikal Trans-siberian Railway. Image source: Pixabay

The recovery trend that Russian Railways follow after the initial shock by the EU and US sanctions keeps going strong. The state-owned company says that transported volumes to Far East ports reached record numbers in June, a development also boosted by the deployment of heavier trains.

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Author: Nikos Papatolios

Nikos Papatolios is editor of, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

1 comment op “Russian Railways Far East transport reaches record volumes”|19.02.23|17:00

Putin needs shootin as do others who back him, then perhaps the lines which have been damaged or distroyed can be rebuilt and rail traffic can resume.
It will be a mammoth task,but I’ve no doubt that ukraine can do it with help from the many countries that support them

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