Suez blockage moves more companies to Eurasian rail freight
Germany based Fressnapf Group put its products on Eurasian rail tracks for the first time due to the Suez canal blockage. It commissioned a train from Linyi in China to Duisport in Germany. Duisport agency GmbH organised the service, and Far East Land Bridge (FELB) operated the train. The train carried 42 containers, each weighing approximately 20 tonnes. The cargo consisted of pet equipment and was unloaded at Fressnapf’s warehouse at the Port of Duisburg.
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