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New Silk Road Network (NSRN)’s member representing Poland, Omida Group, has been involved in a large project to transport rutile sand from Ukraine via Polish territory, despite the current difficulties with the ongoing war. 30 containers are already transiting between the two countries on a weekly basis with more volume to come in the future.

Photo Credit: Omida S.A.

In the world’s race of making existing operations and processes more sustainable, New Silk Road Network’s (NSRN) partner JadeWeserPort Wilhelmshaven demonstrates how it is done.

JadeWeserPort Wilhelmshaven has always been at the forefront of innovation being Germany’s only deep-water container port and is constantly modernizing its operations in line with the commitment of making it more climate friendly. They announced that in time for the Deutsche Bahn winter timetable, the work on electrifying the railway infrastructure at the port has been successfully completed. In line with the electrification of the Oldenburg – Wilhelmshaven main line by Deutsche Bahn, the port’s 4 km feeder line and 16-track pre-routing group went electric on December 7th, with official operations starting on December 12th. This completes the expansion of JadeWeserPort‘s hinterland rail connection, creating a route optimally equipped for handling further goods transport.

Photo Credit: JadeWeserPort Wilhelmshaven

New Silk Road Network’s (NSRN) member for Turkmenistan, At Abray / Turkmenline has always been active in supporting the logistical activities of NGO’s. Most recently, upon the occasion of the World Children’s Day on 20th Nov, the children in Afghanistan received a special delivery from the Turkmenline team – 6 truckloads of student kits donated by NGOs in effort to support Afghan civilians.

Photo Credit: Turkmenline

LLP Anil Mantra / SM Point, member of the New Silk Road Network representing Kazakhstan recently shared with us some highlights from a memorable opening ceremony of the new QazAlPack Plant. They were contracted two years ago, to handle the whole logistical supply chain of its construction, and now it is finally open to start production.

Photo Credit: Anil Mantra / SM Point

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