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11 2012

Cargo delivery by train from Europe to Central Asia and back through the territory of the Republic of Belarus is a promising direction of the development of transport and logistics infrastructure of the Common Economic Space. The State enterprise BTLC actively takes part in such projects of container trains as: "Mongolian Vector" on the route Brest — Ulan Bator and "The New Silk Road" on the route Chongqing–Duisburg.

The automobile manufacturer Skoda is the customer of the new container train "Mlada Boleslav (Czech Republic) — Zashita (Kazakhstan)". The first train departed from the Czech Republic on 13 October, 2012. After arriving at the station Brest-North the containers are to be reloaded on platforms of broad gauge, released after unloading the container train Chongqing – Duisburg, coming from China.

The arrival schedule and the quantity of containers of the trains Czech Republic – Kazakhstan and "The New Silk Road" are coordinated. This allows to provide full load of platforms, an increase in the efficiency of freight turnover and a reduction of the price of transportation to the consumer.

The main partner of the State Enterprise BTLC is the Joint Stock Company «Kedentransservice», which provided the State Enterprise BTLC with rented rolling stock — container platforms for transportation on the route with 1520 mm tracks. The State Enterprise BTLC provides forwarding on the territory of the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation. On the territory of Europe the running of the new container train is provided by Ltd. "Belintertrans-Germany". This company was established by the State Enterprise BTLC to represent its interests in the region, as well as providing a full range of services in freight forwarding, warehousing, customs and information logistics.

Container train project "Mlada Boleslav (Czech Republic)-Zashita (Kazakhstan)" opens up new prospects for the implementation of schemes in the field of transport logistics on the route Europe-Kazakhstan by reducing the costs associated with the use of the rolling stock and by flexible manufacturing process. Today, the new system of train formation is in a testing phase.