The first train from export to Russia, Turkey to Ankara Station Exit Road tomorrow

First exports to Belarus to train tomorrow turkiyede ankara guard will hit the road
First exports to Belarus to train tomorrow turkiyede ankara guard will hit the road

Baku-Tbilisi-Kars capital of Turkey-Russia via railway line will run between Moscow first block export train, tomorrow at 10.00 am with the ceremony Transport and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoğlu join will depart from Ankara Train Station.

The first block train, which will export to Russia from Turkey, tomorrow will set out from Ankara Train Station

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, 4 thousand 650 kilometers of railway, which will go first block exports from Turkey to Russia; With 15 wagons, by covering in 8 days; He announced that the Turkish industrialist will deliver his product to Russia.

The Ministry also train new Turkey-China exports of the same day, January 29, 2021 that was passed off on Friday.

Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway line is preparing another first

in December, the Kars-Tbilisi-Baku railway and Central Corridor with over Turkey after the successful operation of exporting trains between China, Turkey and will begin to operate at the block export railway between Russia and transmits the ministry said in a statement gave the following expressions: "With Turkey The first block export train to be operated between Moscow, the capital of the Russian Federation, will be sent off at the historical Ankara Station on Friday, January 29, 2021 at 10.00:15. TCDD Transport Directorate General of the effectiveness of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway line and the Turkish Industrialists first block export trend, which is a product of the efforts to increase the competitiveness of, in 15 containers loaded with 3 wagons will carry 321 thousand XNUMX units of white goods produced in Turkey. "

4 thousand 650 km road will cover in 8 days

It has been reported that the train, which will depart from Ankara, will travel approximately 4 thousand 650 km in 8 days, passing through Georgia-Azerbaijan to Vorsino (Moscow), its destination in the Russian Federation.

The ministry "in the process of Pandemic efforts to increase the export of our country is the biggest supporter of rail transport step was taken with the launch of a brand new era in Turkey-Russia axis. Road and railway combined transport between the transport and door to door delivery model that will be held with Turkey and Russia; With an important alternative to our exporters, it will also make a significant contribution to logistics costs and time factor, which have a very important place in the competition ”.

Turkey and China will also go to train new export route the same day

with Turkey on BTK it took to prepare for the new trains will be operated between China and the export of China's new export trains will go to the city X'i was transferred the same day, then will move to block exports go to train or Russia.

It is reported that the train that will reach China will travel 7 thousand 792 kilometers, pass 2 continents, 2 seas and 5 countries, and transport its cargo to China in 12 days.

Minister Karaismailoğlu, "The leader in its region, railway investments are very important for us to have a voice in the world"

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu, who made an assessment on the export trains of China and Russia; He emphasized that railway investments are very important in order to have a say in the world.

Karaismailoğlu stated that railway investments have increased by 7 percent in the last 14 years and said: “We are realizing these investments with the aim of supporting trade, production and exports with safe, fast and easy transportation. While the share of railways in investments was 2013 percent in 33, this rate was increased to 2020 percent in 47. The share of railway investment, which is 2020 percent in 47, will be 2023 percent in 60. Railway investments are very important for us in order to have a voice in the world and to be a leader in its region.

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