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For New Silk Road Network member, the PRIMUM brand, the end of 2021 marked not only the conclusion of an extremely challenging and busy year, but also the beginning of something very special. In September 2021, the construction of their new HQ office in Minsk was completed, and in October, the PRIMUM team managed to move into their new home just in time to celebrate the company’s 25th Anniversary.

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Learning about the development of rail freight between Europe and Asia has been one of the primary aims of the New Silk Road Network (NSRN). The emergence of rail freight along the New Silk Road as an alternative to sea and air has sparked interest within the forwarder’s community. However, it has always been the case that the biggest of the big transportation companies would have the capacities and the capabilities to initiate rail transport. For SMEs, the task has always been to gather resources and reliable information to conduct rail freight, a challenge for sure but not an impossible one. In this regard, we spoke with Polish Forwarding Company (PFC), a member of NSRN with strong rail freight services.

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New Silk Road Network’s member from Turkey Origin Logistics has been awarded 13th place in the category of Freight Transportation and Logistics Services among the companies that participated in the evaluation of the 2020 Service Export Championship organised by Hizmet İhracatçıları Birliği (HIB). The 2020 Service Export Championship recognises the work of those organisations that have contributed to the rising value of the Turkish economy and service sector.

The growing influence of the CIS region within the New Silk Road has perked up many ears and pushed for investments within the region. In the first interview of 2022, we decided to speak with Great Silk Road Group, a recognized and dependable transportation and logistics company in Turkmenistan that has a long list of large international clients: a testament to their services, capabilities, and capacities.

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The current market continues to be challenging for pulp and paper producers worldwide. Delays, rolling of containers, unreliable services and, of course, historic high levels of sea freight rates have pushed producers to re-think their supply chains.

(AGL's Bremerhaven Warehouse. Pic credit: AGL )

On the 1st of November, New Silk Road Network’s Alexander Global Logistics (AGL) became an owner of a warehouse situated in the German port city of Bremerhaven. This warehouse in Bremerhaven, is in immediate proximity to the container terminal (900 meters) and caters to our broad set of clients across the globe and especially in North America.

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