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Russian Post Will Cooperate With China
September 7, 2015 11:26


“Russian Post” intends to enter the market of delivering parcels from China to Europe in 2016, as the General Director of the postal operator Dmitry Strashnov told to the Rambler agency. According to him, the first step has already been made in the past year, when the first mail train from Moscow to Vladivostok was launched.

“Now we and the Russian Railways want to expand this route in the East - to Beijing, and in the West - to Berlin where we restarted own mail hub this year” – Strashnov reported. He noted that the open logistics centre in Berlin might become the key point of the mail processing between Asia and Europe. “Our goal is to launch the first transportation in this direction in 2016, so now we are already negotiating with potential partners: national postal operators of other countries, online retailers” – Strashnov concluded.

He noted that the cargo transportation in this area was currently handled by Chinese and European carriers, although the largest part of the route passed through the territory of Russia. “The project is being developed at the moment. At the same time, we understand that today we already have a fairly large rolling stock and a reliable partner in the face of Russian Railways. I also do not exclude the use of air transport under leasing schemes, if we deem it is cost-effective”- Strashnov said. “Russian Post” is a federal state postal operator with a branch network accounting for more than 42 thousand branches across the country.

The revenue of the FSUE at the end of 2014 amounted to 140.4 billion roubles, its net profit - to 1.2 billion roubles.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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