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PART 2: Alexander arrives in Khabarovsk

Alexander arrives in Khabarovsk

Khabarovsk is the largest transport knot of Russian Far East region. The city is located along the Trans-Siberian Railway. This railway junction is the biggest in the region. There are connecting branch lines into Mongolia, China and North Korea.

Khabarovsk river port is the largest port of Amur Shipping Company. The port provides the connection of the city along the Amuru, Ussuri and Sungari rivers with the Amur Region, the Primorsky Territory and the districts of the Lower Amur. It includes 3 cargo areas located on both banks of the river. In the port arrives: grain cargo, fish, mineral construction materials.

Sent: coal, cement, metals and hardware, food and industrial goods, grain cargo, etc.

Khabarovsk city is the administrative center of Khabarovsk Krai. The region is the key infrastructure node in the commodity exchange between Russia and other countries. Inland water transport of Khabarovsk Krai secures a cargo and passenger flow exit via a network of waterways southwest to the north-eastern Provinces of China (PRC) and northwest to the Tatar Strait.

Khabarovsk River Port

Rhenus Rail is the operator of a regular container train Moscow-Khabarovsk, with a frequency of up to 6 trains per month. The train carries consumer goods, equipment, raw materials. The train is made up of platforms and containers owned by Rhenus Group.

Also Rhenus Rail is a partner and operator of the Russian part of the Khabarovsk-Chendu container train (PRC) and the Khabarovsk-Ussuriysk-Chendu container train (PRC). The train carries timber products for export. The train is made up of platforms and containers owned by Rhenus Group.

Terminal and Warehouse Management of Russian Railways is basic terminal-partner of Rhenus Rail in Khabarovsk.

PART 1: Ready, Steady, Go!

Arriving in Vladivostock and visiting the commercial port

Vladivostok is a port city located in Russia (northeastern Asia), and on Golden Horn Bay (Sea of Japan). The port is open to Russian and foreign vessels all year round. It serves 16 lines, including 10 container lines, 4 Ro-Ro and 2 passenger lines.

The port is being an end point of Trans-Siberia Railway and well equipped by net of railroads. Nowadays, port of Vladivostok contains over 20 independent stevedoring companies with own infrastructure, berthes and jetties, who handling various import/export of cargo commodities, such as containers, steel production, vehicles and cars, bagged and general cargoes, fuel and liquids.

The biggest terminals at Vladivostok port are: “Vladivostok Commercial Sea port”, “Vladivostok Container port”, “Vladivostok Sea Fish Port”, “Sollers”, “Dalzavod - Terminal, “Vostokmorservice” Terminal and others.

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