CEVA’s New Middle Corridor Rail Solution Connecting China to Europe/Central Asia
The current geopolitical conflict between Ukraine and Russia is having a far-reaching impact on the global supply chain. Rail and truck traffic along the Eurasian corridor is concerned.
CEVA Logistics has tapped a new block train solution in response to Russia-Ukraine crisis. The new solution includes rail and intermodal transport connecting Xi’an (China) to European /Central Asia cities via Turkey and Caspian Sea.
Weekly departure starts from May 2022
In addition, the TIR trucking service was also available for this new routing.
Time saving (avg. 30-35 days port to port from Xi’an to Duisburg), comparing to 40-45 days via Ocean, but at similar cost
Dense network of carriers with stringent compliance, performance management, and own road network for first/last mile delivery
Secured capacity & container availability, departure at weekly basis
Cargo control (QHSE procedures, TAPA certifications, ISO)
World Class Customer Service with a multilingual team and reporting flexibility
Engineering DNA (network design, route optimization)
CEVA local teams in each transit country
Rail transport contributes to CO2 emissions reduction
The routes do not pass through Ukrainian or Russian territories and can be covered by all risk insurance
For your inquiries about Road & Rail, please contact:
Product Development Manager-Ground & Rail, North Asia