ADY Container launches a new service connecting Batumi to Europe

ADY Container launches a new service connecting Batumi to Europe

This new connection join China and Europe via Middle Corridor.

A feeder vessel between the Georgian port of Batumi and the Romanian port of Constanta has been launched as a joint project between ADY Container and ASCO (Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company). The vessel, which will deliver containers from the Port of Batumi to the port of Constanta and in the reverse direction will have 6 departures a month.

The new railway-sea connection between China and Europe will ensure the integrity of the supply chain in the current complex situation and will allow China and Europe to connect quickly and efficiently through Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Romania. 

The Trans-Caspian International Transport Route starts from Southeast Asia and China and runs through Kazakhstan, the Caspian sea, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and further to European countries.

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