Loxx expands its general cargo service to Russia’s Wolga region

Loxx forwarding’s schedule for general cargo traffic with Russia now includes also direct services to Toljatti, Engels and Ufa
As of now the Loxx frowarding company supplies three new destinations within the Federational district of Wolga with general cargo from Gelsenkirchen, Germany: Toljatti in Samara oblast, Engels in Saratov oblast and Ufa. This increases the number of destinations in the Wolga region from four to seven –further destinations will be Nizhiny Novogorod, Kazan, Perm and Magnitogorsk.

The company was the only provider to directly serve 14 destinations in Russia (also Ekaterinburg, Tscheljabinsk, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Kemerovo, Krasnojarsk and Irkutsk in the Federational districts of Ural and Siberia) with general cargo transport, reads a note to the press.

On Fridays trucks depart from the Loxx headquarters in Gelsenkirchen. Regular transport time to Samara/Toljatti and Saratov/Engels is eight days, and ten days to Ufa, respectively. Additional loads from Central Europe can be collected on Mondays in Warswaw. Regular transit time from Poland’s capital to Toljatti and Engels is six days and eight days to Ufa, respectively.

With about 720,000 inhabitants, Samara/Toljatti in the middle section of the Wolga is known as an industrial centre and its Lada plants. The main plant of the car manufacturer in Toljatti is Russia’s biggest car plant. Also the chemicals and food industry, as well as machine construction have a strong presence in this region.

In Sararatov/Engels there is a big number of German-Russian joint ventures. The region is also home to industrial branches such as machine construction and the chemicals and oil industry. Ufa is deemed to be a traffic junction. Oil industry is particularly dominant there.

As general cargo transport to the 14 Russian destinations served by Loxx do not require time-consuming reloading in Moscow or customs clearance in Smolensk, Loxx receives orders from all over Europe, and directly from recipients in Asian cities.

Quelle: LogEastics
Portal: www.logistik-express.com


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