Automobile components from China will be transported along the Kazakhstan–Turkmenistan–Iran railway route, Kazakhstan Railways (KTZ) reports.
A container train with car parts have been sent via the Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan–Iran route from the northeast station of Jingan (Dalian, China).
The train consists of 50 forty-foot containers.
The train will transit Kazakhstan through the Altynkol and Bolashak border crossings, then through the Incheburun station on the Iranian-Turkmen border will head to the destination – the Iranian Jolfa station.
“Cargo transportation on the China-Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan-Iran railway route is much faster than on the sea route. The delivery time of containers has been halved. In addition, the absence of transshipment of goods en route guarantees a more careful transportation,” KTZ notes.
A full range of services on the territory of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Iran will be provided by the multimodal operator KTZ Express. ///nCa, 7 September 2022