What prevents Russian shipping companies from “conquering” China?

перевозки из Китая

Cargo carriers have been developing the eastern direction for a long time. According to the plans of the Russian government, by 2024 the volume of rail transit by containers should increase by 4 times. First of all, this is due to the expansion of the transport corridor between China and Europe, which runs through the Urals. The trade turnover between the Ural region and China is also growing. In 2017, the volume of imports from China to the Sverdlovsk region tripled, and exports to China by enterprises of the Sverdlovsk region increased 3.2 times. The total trade turnover has passed the mark of $ 1.3 billion. Trade relations between the Sverdlovsk region and Kazakhstan are also in a stage of rapid development. In the same year 2017, the volume of imports increased by 36%, and exports — by 23%. The total trade turnover has become more than $ 1.2 billion.

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Launch of a new coal transshipment project in Vladivostok.

угольная перевалка во Владивостоке

Vladmorrybport OJSC is preparing to launch a new coal transshipment project in the center of Vladivostok. The news about the design of the ship loading complex at berth No. 46 appeared on the Public Procurement website at the end of 2018. It is interesting to note that we are talking about a berth where coal transshipment should be stopped before 2020. This is stated in the official agreement concluded in January 2018 with the administration of Primorsky Krai. The actions of Vladmorrybport appear to conflict with the promise and policy of the state regulator.

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The opening of electronic declaration centers is gaining momentum

Услуги сюрвеейра

The first electronic customs office was opened in October 2018 in Nizhny Novgorod. It is planned that by the end of 2020, the centers will operate in 16 cities of the Russian Federation. Electronic exchange of information on imported goods will speed up the clearance of goods between customs authorities and foreign trade participants. In addition, it will reduce the time spent on customs procedures and inspection of goods at ports (it will become visual). The electronic declaration centers will interact with the existing customs offices to exchange electronic information.