Kazakhstan, Russia, China to build transport hub near Moscow

Kazakhstan, China and Russia will build a new transport and logistics hub in the Moscow region in 2025, according to the Kazakh investment holding Samruk-Kazyna.

The agreement was signed within the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

“The construction of such an important project will provide a number of advantages for the transshipment and processing of cargo, including for Kazakh shippers,” reads the statement.

The new transport hub will expand the range of services provided in logistics and terminal activities, as well as reduce delivery times.


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