Middle Corridor room for 60-80 weekly trains this fall, is this enough?
From September this year, the number of vessels sailing between the ports of Aktau in Kazakhstan and Baku in Azerbaijan will increase to six, which means a doubling of the capacity on the Middle Corridor, the most observed alternative for Eurasian traffic at the moment. This was announced by Gaidar Abdikerimov, Secretary General of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Association (TITR), at the Railway Freight Summit held in Brussels last week.
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