New favorable conditions for exporting entrepreneurs for the shipment of agricultural products in refrigerated sections
In order to create favorable conditions for entrepreneurs engaged in the export of agricultural products of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the structural unit of “Uzbekistan Railways” JSC – “Yulreftrans” JSC continues to provide additional opportunities for exporters.
Refrigerator sections consist of 5 wagons with a carrying capacity of 200 tons, of which it was necessary to load the entire volume at one station with one shipper to send the goods.
In view of the shipper’s existing applications for the shipment of agricultural products in an amount insufficient to fully load the refrigerator section, from May 14 this year, at the railway stations of “Uzbekistan Railways” JSC from “Yulreftrans” JSC, shipment to the refrigerator sections (without carriage separation) was organized by one shipper at various railway stations of “Uzbekistan Railways” JSC. The freight charge for loaded wagons of the refrigerator section is calculated based on the discounts provided.
For example, on the basis of the favorable conditions provided, on May 18, 2020, “Yulreftrans” JSC, at the request of RAXMATULLA SAYFULLAYEVICH LLC, organized the shipment of the refrigerated section with agricultural export products to the city of Sol-Iletsk of the Russian Federation with the shipment of four wagons in Surkhandarya with cargo “onions”and one wagon in Tashkent with a load of “tomato products ”.
JSC "Yulreftrans" offers to ship refrigerated sections to Riga, Klaipeda, Tallinn, Kiev, Brest, St. Petersburg, Minsk, Moscow, Ufa, Yekaterinburg, Iletsk, Novosibirsk, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Nakhodka, Alma-Ata, Alashankou and other cities CIS countries with stage-by-stage loading of sections at different stations of “Uzbekistan Railways” JSC.
For detailed information, customers of railway cargo transportation services should call +998909384000 or at the @Temiryollogistic address in the Telegram messenger.
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