Exports from Turkey will go around
In connection with the temporary closure of the port of Gelendzhik for reconstruction, the logisticians of the two countries are looking for new ways for export shipments from Turkey, which would not take much time.
While there are several options. One of them is to organize a channel of sea supplies to the port of Rostov from the Turkish Samsun, so that ships with agricultural products do not deviate much from the original route. In this case, ships of the type RORO will be used for deliveries.
Another option is to increase rail freight traffic along the Kars-Tbilisi-Baku canal.
Stabline is ready to take care of the logistics issue and calculate the delivery of goods from Turkey to Moscow and other Russian cities in terms of time and cost. And also to help with the formulation of customs declarations and the search for warehouses for handling products.