International freight traffic Russian Railways, jointly with its partner FESCO, intends to expedite delivery by multimodal route from Japan to Europe by 5-8 days. According to Oleg Belozerov, Director General of the largest Russian railway carrier, in his speech at the V East Economic Forum in Vladivostok, the test dispatch of containers to Poland was provided in 19 days, but to attract more Japanese customers, and almost a third of freight traffic via the Trans-Siberian Railway or to Japan, we will try to expedite the delivery of the Trans-Siberian LandBridge route up to 11-14 days.
First of all, the reduction of delivery time will occur through the use of electronic customs document management. Currently, a new electronic service INTERTRAN has been introduced in the Vladivostok Sea Port. Paperless documentation accelerated the time for cargo clearance at the port up to four days.
Russian Railways plans to further develop intermodal transport from Asia to Europe.