What do you do when the train to Europe takes longer than a ship?
Mike Liu at RailFreight Live
The main border between China and Kazakhstan has been congested since the start of June. By the end of the month, this had resulted in delays of two weeks for freight trains from China to Europe. The summer holidays are known as a peak period, but this is not like other years, says Mike Liu, General Manager of CMC Logistics. The cargo volumes on the New Silk Road are higher than ever before.
Do you want to read this article?
Create a free account and get access to all RailFreight Premium content until 1 May!
After this date your free account will automatically expire.
Add your comment
Log in through one of the following social media partners to comment.