Maersk’s AE19 service paces up after Suez blockage
Maersk’s AE19 rail service using the Trans-Siberian route is about to experience another increase of trips following its customers’ growing demand. Eastbound trains will now travel once per week instead of every fifteen days, while westbound services will increase from three to four per week. To facilitate rail traffic, the company will also add extra vessel connections between the port of Pusan in South Korea and the port of Vostochniy in the Russian Far East.
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