2015, 10 FEB
Far East Land Bridge develops first eastbound high speed train
Far East Land Bridge, a subsidiary of Russian Railways Logistics, aims to start regular high speed trains to China in March 2015. First speed train service from Europe to Suzhou was launched in December 2014. Having crossed Belorussia and Russia the train arrived in Suzhou after only 12 days transit-time. Due to new service the transit time is reduced from 22 to 14-15 days. FELB_Suzhou_01.jpg 
Since March FELB aims to start the new service on a regular basis, as well to launch an LCL service to China. The logistic platform of Suzhou railway station offers many advantages in customs clearance, trucking and other local services. The Suzhou speed train will improve the transit time to all main Chinese, South Korean and Japan destinations.