Cargo from Egypt reaches Kazakhstan via Middle Corridor
A bunch of 40-foot containers were transported from the port of Alexandria (Egypt) to the port of Poti (Georgia) and from there to Kazakhstan (Kostanay station) by rail. The specific transport route was used for the first time. The service included a sea leg between the two ports and then switched to rail using the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route. KTZ Express JSC and the international sea line CMA CGM were responsible for organising the service.
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