RailFreight webinar: From China-Europe to China-Russia Express?
Trade volumes between China and Russia surged in 2022, a situation seemingly becoming the ‘new normal’ in 2023. As transport demand between China and Russia booms, more and more China-Europe freight trains leave China for Moscow. Will this year’s China-Europe Express become a China-Russia train? This is the central question of the upcoming RailFreight webinar.
The webinar takes place on Thursday, 23 March, at 14:00 CET. The guests for this month come from Germany, Russia and Mongolia. Zhang Ganyi, political and economic strategist at Geodis, Zhu Linlin, founder of LLC Translogistic, and Telenged Baast, CEO of Monlogistics, will discuss the latest Silk Road trends and the increased focus on China-Russia rail freight services. Click here to register for the webinar now.
What does the Russian market look like for China? How does border congestion between China and Russia unfold? Can new hubs and routes maintain the current volume of China-Russia shipments? What new roles do Moscow, Vladivostok, Kaliningrad and Mongolia have under this ‘new normal’?
These topics will be addressed in-depth during the webinar. Viewers are welcome to interact with our online guests, who will answer questions in real-time.
New challenges – new opportunities
In addition to the abovementioned topics, we will discuss the role of new policies and border crossings this year. In terms of policy, new products, such as cross-border e-commerce and electric vehicles, have become increasingly popular on the rails this year. How do they perform so far? Regarding border crossings, Russia and China share plans to build more of them. What does the industry think about that? We will discuss all these issues during the webinar, so make sure you register!
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