FESCO has put the third vessel into operation between Russia and Vietnam and increased the line capacity by 44%

April 12 2023

The FESCO Transportation Group has put the third vessel into operation on the regular FESCO Vietnam Direct Line (FVDL) between Russia and Vietnam, thereby increasing its capacity by 44% to 2.3 thousand TEU. Since April 11, FESCO Askold, a container ship with a capacity of 700 TEU, has joined the container ships A Houou with a capacity of 850 TEU and Bal Boan with a capacity of 750 TEU, the press service of the Group reports.

Now the vessels within this sea container service depart every eight days, while previously the –  two times per month.

The FVDL line operates along the route: Commercial Port of Vladivostok (part of FESCO) – Ho Chi Minh – Haiphong – Commercial Port of Vladivostok. Transit time en route from from the ports of Vietnam to Vladivostok is 9-12 days. The FVDL service started operating in May 2022. During this time, the group has transported more than 11.5 thousand TEU in both directions.

FESCO Transportation Group is one of the largest private transport and logistics companies in Russia with assets in the field of port, railway and integrated logistics business. The Group owns the Commercial Port of Vladivostok, railway operators Transgarant, Dalreftrans, and container platform operator Russkaya Troika. FESCO operates dry terminal complexes in Novosibirsk, Khabarovsk and Tomsk. The group operates more than 130 thousand TEU and more than 10 thousand container platforms. Its fleet includes 26 transport vessels, which mainly carry out transportation on their own sea lines.

Source: https://portnews.ru/news/345745/

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