The possibility to transport cargo among EU and the Commonwealth of Independent States, as well as the so-called New Silk Road, which will see cargo flowing among the Scandinavian countries, Baltic states, India, China and African countries made Germany's rail logistics giant VTG to invest in Lithuania's Klaipeda, the Verslo Zinios business daily reported.
VTG does not disclose the valued of planned investment in Lithuania yet. It told the daily it is interested in the services of the intermodal terminal in Sestokai, allowing reloading freight from the broad rail ...
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