Port of Tallinn signs agreement with Chinese logistics giant Sinotrans

In Uncategorized on April 19, 2011 by admin Tagged: , , , , , , ,

Last week Port of Tallinn and Estonian Railways signed a cooperation agreement in Beijing with Chinese state-owned Sinotrans that will start channeling its transit flow through Port of Tallinn, using Estonian Railways’ infrastructure.

Sinotrans that was founded in 2009 in a merger of the China National Foreign Trade Transportation Corporation and China Changjiang National Shipping Group offers cargo transport, freight forwarding, ship brokerage, warehousing and cargo terminal services.

Sinotrans has nearly 100 subsidiaries in South Korea, Japan, Canada, the US and Germany. It also owns a sizeable fleet of bulk carriers, tankers, container-liners and rolling stock vessels.

Ain Kaljurand, CEO of Port of Tallinn, said that Sinotrans handles considerable cargo volumes and has an extensive customer network. The agreement is expected to prepare the ground for Tallinn to become a regional hub for Sinotrans’s operations.

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