Ferrari for Kolyadichi

Minsk is situated at the crossroads of two major international transport corridors, connecting the west with the east, and the north with the south
Minsk is situated at the crossroads of two major international transport corridors, connecting the west with the east, and the north with the south. To benefit from this, infrastructure needs to be developed cleverly.

Belintertrans Transport-Logistics Centre in Kolyadichi — one of the biggest in the country

With this in mind, major modernisation was recently completed at the urban commodity station of Kolyadichi, allowing export-import transportation capacity to rise many-fold — as confirmed by foreign clients. The Director of the Minsk Transport-Logistical Centre, Sergey Shvyrev, comments, “The centre boasts the newest equipment, which is unique countrywide. We operate day and night, in all weathers. Not long ago, 70 wagons carrying metal arrived from Ukraine, and were unloaded in just two days. There are now 10,500 tonnes in the warehouses: double the previous volume. MAZ, MTZ and other enterprises are being supplied with metal without any need to wait or delay production.”

The Kolyadichi station is a ‘dry port’ regarding its volumes of processed cargo and applied technologies. Its powerful Ferrari machinery can easily lift a many tonne 20-foot container. Among the deliveries are car components for Chinese BelGee: a major user of the facility. The direct railway connection with the Asian-Pacific Region is allowing cargo delivery volumes to reach double the amount arriving by sea, while being cheaper than air. The Kolyadichi Centre is at the heart of 21st century trade for Belarus.

By Vladimir Yakovlev

Photo: Alexander Ruzhechka

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