Middle Corridor unable to absorb northern volumes, opportunities still there
Middle Corridor, source: Trains-Caspian International Transport Route (TITR)
The Middle Corridor cannot meet all the volume and capacity demands resulting from the disruption of New Silk Road routes passing through Russia. “The corridor accounts for about 3-5 per cent of the total capacity of northern routes”, explained Cankat Yildiz from Middle Corridor Logistics. “It’s a serious option, but this doesn’t mean that it can handle all the demand from the northern side. That’s clear”.
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