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FESCO expands geography of services between China and Russia by adding a Deep Sea route

02 November 2022
FESCO Transportation Group (“FESCO”, the “Group”) is expanding the geography of its container services between Russia and China – in addition to routes via ports of the Far East and railway border crossings the Group has launched a sea line along the Deep Sea through the Suez Canal and the Black Sea.
FESCO expands geography of services between China and Russia by adding a Deep Sea routeFESCO Black Sea Service (FBSS) operates on route Novorossiysk – Istanbul – Shekou – Ningbo – Shanghai – Qingdao and in the opposite direction. Transit time from ports of China to Istanbul where transshipment of cargo from one vessel to another takes place is 30-35 days, to Novorossiysk – 40-45 days. Frequency of shipments is once every two weeks. The basis of cargo traffic is consumer goods.

FESCO offers customers of the service customs clearance, warehouse logistics, repacking and door-to-door transportation of cargo from Novorossiysk to any point in the country, as well as cargo delivery across China via a developed agency network.

FBSS is the first Russian regular sea service between Russia and China on the Deep Sea route, which uses a container hub in port Istanbul for its operation.

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