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Georgia-China Negotiations on International Car Transportation Completed

Negotiations between the People’s Republic of China and Georgia on “International Passenger Transport Agreement of Passengers and Freight” has completed successfully in Beijing. As a result of the negotiations, the Georgian side managed to reach an agreement with the Chinese side, resulting the parties underlined the text of the agreement …

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Cargo Shipping in 1Q17 Marked 8.7 million Tons

In the first quarter of 2017 the volume of cargo transported in Georgia constituted 8.7 million tons. The  cargo shipping volume has not changed year on year. In the reporting period, seaports and sea terminals handled 4.3 million tons of cargo and 88.210 TEU containers, upturn year on year. Supsa …

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Road Transportation has Increased in Georgian Corridor

Road Transportation has Increased in Georgian Corridor

Rail transportation is declined in Georgian corridor, while road – increased. According to Ministry of Economy, cargo turnover has made up 34. 3 million t in Georgian corridor through 10 months, the figure is less by 1.6 million comparing to the previous year and less 5. 8 million t if …

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Vietnam Got Interested in Cargo Transportation via the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway

Vietnam Got Interested in Cargo Transportation via the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway

Vietnam Railway got interested in railway corridors of Baku-Tbilisi-Kars and the North – South. News Agency Trend disseminates the news relaying on Anar Imanova, ambassador of Azerbaijan. “It is essential to distinguish importance of transport projects, including the” North-South “and the Baku – Tbilisi – Kars, which implementation is underway …

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Rail Freight Turnover Declined by 17 Percent in Georgian Corridor

Rail Freight Turnover Declined by 17 Percent in Georgian Corridor

“Georgian Railway” has announced on transportation of 8, 92 mln t freight through 9 months. Fright turnover is diminished by 16, 9% y-o-y. According to the biggest shipping company, local fright of 1,548 mln t has been transported through January-September, while 708 555 t has been exporting cargo, 1, 96 …

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Ukraine to Reduce Cargo Transportation Tariffs on Silk Road

Ukraine to Reduce Cargo Transportation Tariffs on Silk Road

The Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure is taking measures to reduce the tariffs for the transportation of goods on China-Ukraine-European Union route within the “Silk Road” project. The corresponding agreement was reached by Ukraine and China after negotiations between government delegations and signing of the subcommittee protocol on trade and economic …

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Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Georgia Mull Cargo Tariffs Reduction

Heads of railway administrations of Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Georgia have discussed mutually beneficial cooperation and creation of favorable conditions for cargo transportation with cargo shippers, major operators and freight companies of Kazakhstan in Astana, the press service of Kazakhstan Railways JSC reported. In particular, the sides talked about the reduction …

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Silk Road Route Starts Transportation of Cargo Through Georgia

Georgian Railways declares, that route of 1 block-train is considered in per week at the starting stage, which should be increased for the future and bring different cargo in the mentioned corridor. Control train will perform its route in an agreed scheduled and frequency. Guram Guramishvili, deputy director of “Georgian …

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Transportation through New Silk Road will be Cheaper by 30%

Transportation through New Silk Road will be Cheaper by 30%

Minister of Ukrainian Infrastructure responds the enactment of  tariffs in the corridor of new Silk Road. Vladimir Omelian has already informed Ukrainian shipping companies with his Facebook page, that transportation of cargo by Ukraine-China route gets cheaper by 30%. “The agreement is achieved on decline of complex rates on the …

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Germany to use Georgian Corridor for Asian Cargo Transportation

Germany to use Georgian Corridor for Asian Cargo Transportation

German Railway Operator Deutsche Bahn will use Georgian Corridor for Asian cargo transportation. The agreement between Georgian Railway and Deutsche Bahn has been signed on Thursday. Mamuka Bakhtadze, general director of “Georgian Railway” considers the agreement as essential, who has declared about it at the 64th  session of Administrative Council of …

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Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Georgia Creating Transportation Consortium

Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Georgia Creating Transportation Consortium

Azerbaijan, Georgia and Kazakhstan agreed to create the International Trans-Caspian Transportation Consortium, said Nadir Azmammadov, spokesman for the Azerbaijan Railways CJSC, speaking to Trend Apr. 13. The agreement to create the consortium was signed today in Baku during a meeting of the operator companies engaged in cargo transportation via the …

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Georgian Railway Introduces ISO Standard for Service Quality Improvement

Georgian Railway Introduces ISO Standard for Improving Service Quality

Under the decision of the Georgian Railway management, the quality control system has been introduced in passenger transportation services to meet the ISO 9001:2015 standard requirements. The objective of introduction of the international standards is to upgrade the passenger service quality and improve and arrange all processes accompanying the service delivery, …

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