Russian Railways Logistics started transportation of the finished goods produced by JSC Synthez-Kauchuk for export. The first 30 containers with the company cargo were shipped at the end of December 2012 to India, Indonesia and South-East Asia.
Moscow, Russia, December 2012 - Russian Railways Logistics became a member of the Freight Forwarders Association of the Russian Federation (FIATA).
Moscow, Russia, 3 December, 2012 - Russian Railways Logistics organized the delivery of two BCG-1, two-section mainline electric freight locomotives, from China to Belarus transiting through the territories of Kazakhstan and Russia, the route, which is known as a new Silk Road.The transit time from Chinese Alashenkou to Belarusian Baranovichi station amounted to 12 days.
Duisburg, Germany, 16 November 2012– The first Russian Railways Logistics train with the CIM/SMGS consignment note arrived in Germany. This pilot container train was formed under the auspices of the Organization for Cooperation of Railways, Belarusian Railways (Bch), Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (KTZ), PKP Cargo Poland, Russian Railways, the Ministry of Railways of China and DB Schenker Rail Germany.
Russian Railways Logistics in cooperation with its subsidiary YuXinOu (Chongqing) Logistics Co., Ltd. sent first container train from China to Europe using the CIM/SMGS Common Consignment Note.