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On 11th April 2022, New Silk Road Network’s official partner for cargo tracking and supply chain transparency - Tive Inc. announced the successful conclusion of their series B funding round. A total of $54M was raised this time, bringing the total amount raised to date up to over $80M.

(Credit: Tive Inc.)

Logistics may not be at the forefront of all news, but more often than not, they are always in the background making things possible. New Silk Road Network’s member Langowski Logistics from Poland recently collaborated with Sava Translogic to deliver 4 ambulances donated from Magen David Adom (Israel) to Ukraine. The Magen Dom Adom (MDA) is a national EMS and blood service organization and engages in humanitarian activities.

(Photo Credit: Langowski Logistics)

New Silk Road Network’s partner mail alliance, a brand of mailworXs GmbH is a German private postal service provider known for its competitiveness and wide national coverage. Specialized in German-wide delivery of letterbox-ready postal and e-commerce shipments, they continue to grow by prioritizing customer satisfaction and providing cost-efficient solutions.

Michael Kunter (Spokesman) and Mario Eichelmann form the new dual leadership of the mail alliance. (Photo Source: Ulrich Schepp and Sascha Janne)

New Silk Road Network's (NSRN) 2nd Spring Social Event was held on March 22nd and 23rd this year with the participation of our valuable members. The first day of the NSRN Spring Social event was devoted to presentations and Q&A sessions, and the second day to networking sessions. Similar to last year’s Spring Social event, our presentations are always hosted by our members and are aimed to stimulate exchange of practical info and know-how. Below is brief recap of the conversations that took place, collectively contributing to our knowledge hub.

Transit through CIS/Middle Corridor as alternative route:

The first morning kicked off with a presentation from Mr. Kemal Karaoglu from our member At-abraý/ Turkmenline. Given the impact of the current Ukraine – Russia conflict and EU sanctions against Russia, many companies pulled out from using the rail route connection via Russia and turned their attention to the so called “middle corridor”, connecting China and Turkey via the CIS region. In his presentation, Mr. Karaoglu gave a detailed overview of the current situation in the Black Sea and Caucasus region and discussed the feasibility and challenges along the Middle Corridor.

Presentation from Mr. Kemal Karaoglu from At-abraý/ Turkmenline

Transloading and transit via the Caspian Sea is one of the key routes for cargo to be delivered into the CIS region, however the operations are usually plagued with long waiting times and delays. Mostly recently though, New Silk Road Network’s member At-Abray / Turkmenline, managed a very quick and smooth turnaround, where they delivered some raw material for oil drilling from China to the Ashgabat region.

(Containers on rail in Poti Port, Pic Credit: Turkmenline)

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