Российско-Польский конфликт и PRIMUM Group

Russian-Polish commercial auto transport “permit war” (which is fortunately now over) in February 2016 considerably complicated life for all transport companies.

Due to the fact that Russian commercial trucks could not pass through Poland the freight rates jumped significantly in accordance with the market laws. A lot of transport companies ceased operation for the period of the conflict and customers delayed shipping or, if that was possible, decided to go with the railway or marine transport out of Europe.

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First inland China-Russia TIR transport

The first ever TIR transport from inland China to Russia conducted by Moscow-based transport operator D-Trans, a member of ASMAP, the Russian Association of International Road Carriers, has arrived at the customs of destination, marking a trade milestone between the two countries.

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Belarus to join e-CMR trend

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko signs decree on the adoption of the digital consignment note, bolstering prospects of a Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) roadmap to establish a common market for road transport services across the region.