The Militzer & Münch Group offers a new product on the China / Central Asia trade lane: a container block train now connects Xuzhou, East China, with Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan.
With this new product, Militzer & Münch reacts to the rising demand for traffics between these countries. Apart from expanding the management team under Glenn Bai, intensifying Central Asia traffics is an essential part of the Militzer & Münch China growth strategy.
Militzer & Münch China is adding to its logistics services: in January, the first and second of three block trains for an industrial project in Uzbekistan left China. On board the first and second train were 20-foot-containers carrying steel coils. The cargo consisted of 92 containers with a total cargo weight of 2,500 tons per block train. The third block train is scheduled to depart in mid to late February 2017.
Militzer & Münch handled these transports in close cooperation with its sister company InterRail. Each shipment takes just 10 to 12 days from Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province to Tashkent, Uzbekistan.