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It is not news that for a few years, as the rail freight industry was growing many Chinese cities were contesting to become hubs along the New Silk Road. Many benefits come with being recognised as a hub for the New Silk Road, including rail subsidies. In July, Chinese authorities announced its support for five specific hubs that would be central to New Silk Road and China’s rail freight system. China's National Development and Reform Commission states that the project would effective use of rail freight and reduce costs.


(Train Ferry in China. Pic Credit:Wikipedia)

(Linktis team in action! Pic Credit: Linktis Sp. z o. o)

New Silk Road Network’s member from Poland, Linktis Sp. z o. o. undertook charitable activities leveraging their logistical strengths. Like any growing business enterprise, one must take up pursuits to give back to the community. Recently, Linktis along with RTS Widzew Łódź, a Polish football club and the Foundation for the Development of the Democratic Republic of Congo, organised a charity drive.

(Pic Courtsey: Hafen-Trift-Festland Video)

As the ‘Port meets mainland event’ could not continue in its usual fashion, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven JadeWeserPort GmbH & Co. KG have uniquely presented themselves. Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven JadeWeserPort is a founding partner of the New Silk Road Network (NSRN) and has been in operation since 2012.

To become a pioneer, one needs to have the right timing, says Tomasz Langowski, Vice-President and Co-owner of Langowski Logistics. Langowski Logistics, a founding member of New Silk Road Network (NSRN), is celebrating its 16th anniversary this month and on this special occasion we spoke to Mr Langowski on various aspects concerning the New Silk Road.

(L to R: Halina Langowska, Tomasz Langowski and Łukasz Langowski. Pic Credit: Langowski Logistics)


To most people in the world, Malaszewicze is just a small obscure village in Eastern Poland, with a minuscule population. However, for logistics companies that are working along the New Silk Road, this little village is a gateway that connects the East with the West, as the first entry point for trains arriving from China, Russia and Ukraine to the European Union.

(Pic Credit: Wikipedia)

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