Intermodal Russia

The Intermodal Russia business segment organises intermodal transport in Russia and the CIS countries. Own rolling stock for the Russian broad gauge guarantees reliability and independence.

Connections

Russia domestic traffic

 

Russia

West Europe

Russia

Baltic states

Russia  

CIS countries

Russia  

Kazakhstan

Russia  

Azerbaijan

Russia  

Turkmenistan

Russia  

Japan

Russia  

South Korea

Russia

China

RussiaMongolia
   
PolandRussia / CIS countries (via Sestokai and Brest)
EuropeRussia/CIS countries
EuropeFar East (tank containers and ADR cargo)
EuropeKazakhstan/Azerbaijan/Turkmenistan

Secialist for the Russian market
Our branch Intermodal Express specialises in intermodal transport in Russia and neighbouring countries. Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazachstan, Mongolia, South Korea, Japan are only some of the destinations that we offer for your logistics requirements.


We connect west Europe and Russia
Shipments between west Europe and Russia enjoy the perfect service of our regular shuttle trains. We activate different corridors for your shipments to Russia and the CIS countries: service via Sestokai (Lithuania), Malaszewicze/Brest (Belarus), Slawkow (via Ukraine), Budapest and Turkey. Our customers thus benefit from a great variety of choice and a reliable service.


Dedicated team in Moscow
Our dedicated team in Moscow is there to assist you in all phases of transportation. We take the bookings, organise logistics, follow the train run and solve problems in case of irregularities.

 

Own wagons, reliable service
Our fleet of railcars for the Russian 1520-mm wide gauge enables quick solutions and a flexible service: a decisive advantage in today’s logistic market.


Competitive transit time
Time matters. We constantly optimise operations and administration of our connections and can therefore offer competitive transit times:

Anversa - Mosca8 days
Anversa - Nizhny Novgorod9 days
Anversa - Karagandy18 days
Duisburg - Mosca8 days
Ludwigshafen - Mosca9 days
Ludwigshafen - Baku13 days
Ludwigshafen - Almaty16 days
Busto Arsizio - Mosca10 days
..
Team
Expansion of China transport and strengthening of the Duisburg terminal area

Chiasso, 5 June 2019    The Swiss combined transport operator Hupac Intermodal and Duisburger Hafen AG (duisport) are intensifying their cooperation to further develop climate-friendly combined transport. The focus will be on strengthening the Duisburg terminal area and cooperation for transport between Europe and China.


At the Transport Logistic trade fair in Munich, Hupac as operator of one of the largest intermodal networks in Europe and duisport as the most important logistics hub in Central Europe agreed to further develop the Duisburg terminal area and thus create transhipment capacities for new intermodal connections. Hupac has a strong interest in further expanding its traffic in the Rhine/Ruhr region by using additional terminal capacities as a hub. By setting up a concept of virtual operation, the various terminal locations of duisport are to be efficiently networked.

 

Another priority is the improved connection of the western ports of Antwerp, Rotterdam and Zeebrugge. This will strengthen the Port of Duisburg as a gateway for the onward transport of maritime freight within Europe.

 

In addition, Hupac and duisport will cooperate more closely to optimise their activities as part of the "Belt & Road" initiative. Both partners will jointly develop terminals along the Silk Road and work on solutions to reduce the journey times of Chinese trains.

 

„We see great potential in strengthening our decades of cooperation. The aim is to implement Switzerland's modal shift targets on the north-south axis, and to connect the Hupac network in central Europe to the transcontinental traffic flows on the east-west axis. To this end we are jointly building a pipeline, strengthening the Duisburg location and using the strength of the respective partner", says Michail Stahlhut, CEO of Hupac Intermodal.

 

And Erich Staake, CEO of duisport, says: "Through this cooperation, we are developing additional services for our customers and we are expanding our international network as a premium port and our position as the most important European hub in intra-European and international trade".

Hupac and Duisport intensify cooperation

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Contact

Andrey
Munkin
General Director
Intermodal Express LLC
Sadovnicheskaya Street 20, Bldg. 1
RUS-115035 Moscow
+7 495 9511658
amunkin@intermodalexpress.ru
Alberto
Grisone
Director Development Russia & CIS
Countries
Hupac Intermodal SA
Viale R. Manzoni 6
CH-6830 Chiasso
+41 58 8558030
agrisone@hupac.com
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