Transcontainer LLC and Ruscon, two divisions of the GCS Group, are among the many local companies involved in the growing out-of-gauge (OOG) export business driven by the Russian currency depreciation over the last year.
The economic sanctions imposed on Russia by the EU and the US have prompted Ruscon, one of the leading container specialists in the country, to open the first bonded veterinary control reefer facility at its off-dock terminal in Novorossiysk, South Russia.
In the nearest future Ruscon intends to double the frequency of shipments of its own container train linking the port of Vostochniy (Nakhodka) and Moscow. Capacity of the train is 154 TEU, the travel time are 11 days.
Ruscon, part of the GCS Group, has launched a weekly fixed day block train from Moscow to the Far East of Russia.
Ruscon – multimodal subsidiary of the GCS-Group - has launched Russia’s first regular intermodal service to carry flexitank containers to Kazakhstan.
A new weekly rail service, the Ust-Luga Express, has been launched to offer shippers a regular and reliable rail service between Ust-Luga Container Terminal on the Baltic Sea and the MANP inland terminal, 45km south-west of Moscow.
MANP inland terminal, 45km south-west of Moscow, has launched regular intermodal services to a range of destinations in inland Russia, including the most remote provinces.
Global Container Services (GCS), a key logistics provider for the automotive industry, has won two more customers for the fully tailored supply chain services it operates via the Russian port of Novorossiysk.
Ruscon have completed transportation of statues and busts from Kropotkin (Kransodar region, Russia) to New York for the House of Russian culture and glory “Rodina (Motherland)”, opened on May 26th, 2013. Total four empty 40’ containers were positioned to the shipper’s warehouse in Kropotkin, where cargo loaded and firmly ...
Ruscon has launched a new block train from Ust-Luga port (ULCT terminal) to Nizhniy Novgorod to supply the Volkswagen assembly plant located there.
The dedicated trains, carrying 54 x 40’ containers of CKD parts, will leave the port on the Russian Baltic four times a week, taking two and a ...