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Manuport Logistics, a member of the New Silk Road Network from Spain, has acquired Cassilon, a tank operator based out of the United Kingdom that specializes in shipping bulk liquids. Cassilon is an expert in moving chemicals via sea, road, rail, as well as air around Europe. This acquisition broadens Manuport's portfolio in transporting hazardous and non-hazardous bulk liquids. The move further enhances MPL's end-to-end logistics services, providing a comprehensive range of transportation solutions for industries that rely on the safe and efficient movement of bulk liquid. 

Cassilon, Photo Credit: Manuport Logistics.

China NVOCC Container Lines Limited, a proud member of the New Silk Road Network representing China, has recently launched two new LCL rail freight services from China to Europe in response to growing customer demand. Since 2017, the company has been shipping LCL goods from Chengdu, China, to Warsaw via Malaszewicze. Containers are dispatched twice weekly, with 11 to 13 days transit times and an estimated departure date every Thursday and Saturday. In 2022 alone, China NVOCC handled an enormous number of consolidated boxes—more than 200 containers, with Poland as the primary endpoint for those transports.

Wuhan railway, Photo Credit: China NVOCC.

New Silk Road Network member from China, InterMax Logistics Solution Ltd., has achieved a ground-breaking milestone in cold chain logistics by successfully transporting a shipment of veterinary medicine from Duisburg, Germany, to Chongqing by rail. The shipment marks the first time that veterinary medicine has been imported to Chongqing by rail, and the entire journey was completed in just 20 days.

45’ Reefer Containers Used for Shipment Process, Photo Credit: InterMax Logistics Solution.

In the world of logistics, Vollers means commodity experts. As a third-generation family-owned business, the company has a rich history of over 90 years. Started in 1932 with a single coffee warehouse in the Hanseatic city of Bremen, Vollers has achieved solid and sustained growth over the years. In 1965, Vollers Bremen purchased their first set of trucks and in 1980, they established their first subsidiary in Hamburg. Since then, the company has expanded to 13 locations with over 400 employees.

Andrei Sedoi, Photo Credit: Vollers Tallinn.

New Silk Road Network member from China, InterMax Logistics Solution, was entrusted by a client to deliver ADR Class 3 dangerous goods from China to Russia. Specifically, the goods were chemical DCPD-RIM-A&B, used for paints, adhesives, inks, and thermoset resins, and they were packed into 176 barrels for transport. InterMax arranged two high-standard trucks to transport the barrels. Aiming for the utmost safety of the goods, both trucks were in good condition and equipped with GPS so they could be monitored 24/7.

Trucks Used for Shipment Process, Photo Credit: InterMax Logistics Solution.

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