Optimization of cross-border turnover of container trains

25 / 02 / 20

Kaliningrad February 21st.

INTERFAX NORTH-WEST: The Russian Federation together with the Polish company PKP Cargo JSC intends to increase the transit of container trains, the branch press service said.

In Poland, Gdynia, negotiations were held with the leadership of the Kaliningrad railway and the Northern enterprise of PKP Cargo JSC. In particular, the parties discussed issues of optimizing the technology for passing container trains through international checkpoints on the Russian-Polish border Mamonovo / Braniewo and Zheleznodorozhny / Scandava, the press release said.

“According to experts, the organization of the simultaneous inspection of oncoming container trains will increase the number of trains transmitted per day by one and a half times. Today, the customs and border guards of the Russian Federation work in this mode. On the Polish side, the regulatory authorities do not have such an opportunity, due to their location at different points Customs and border control points.

Representatives of PKP Cargo JSC were invited to consider the possibility of combining search sites, "Interfax" was explained in the Kaliningrad railway.

Based on materials from http://www.interfax-russia.ru

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