The InterRail train to and from Uzbekistan is organized on an ongoing basis
St. Gallen, February 20, 2019. After eleven months, InterRail can make a positive conclusion: the railway communication from the Russian port of Nakhodka-Vostochny to Uzbekistan and vice versa, which was launched in March 2018, records growing demand and, thus, has successfully passed the trial phase. The connection was supplemented by another (third) block train, so now the departure can be offered every ten days in both directions. Travel time is from eleven to twelve days. For this service, the Russian subsidiary InterRail works closely with colleagues in Uzbekistan, organizes car rental, handles ports, issues invoices and joins block trains. More often, the demand for this train comes from Asian countries such as South Korea, China, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia. Thanks to close cooperation with major shipping lines, this service can be offered for SOC as well as for COC containers from any port around the world. Import to Uzbekistan is mainly equipment for the automotive industry, auto parts, household goods, resins and much another. Export goods – cotton yarn and cotton pulp, textiles, copper, cellulose, fertilizers and so on. Thanks to long-term partnerships and good cooperation with selected railway companies, InterRail was able to successfully present new products and create new routes last year. Today InterRail mainly concentrates on shipments between China – Europe and China – the CIS, Russia and India, as well as on the entire Central Asian corridor, having its own local branches on all major interfaces.