First Export Train Passing Through Marmaray Arrives in Germany

First export train reached Germany with the marmaray line
First export train reached Germany with the marmaray line

Mars Logistics has included performing a first line Marmaray rail transport on May 15 in Turkey. With Marmaray, the first export train reached Duisburg, Germany.


Moving from Eskişehir Bozüyük with 19 wagons and 34 containers, the train passed through Marmaray between May 15, 01: 10-01: 37. Ceramic, white goods, rubber and cleaning materials were carried on the train. HalkalıKapitan Andreevo, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Hungary and following the route Austria who trains produced in Turkey in the German city of Duisburg were used national arrival wagons.

“Marmaray will eliminate problems on the highway”

Stating that he envisaged the reduction of road transport problems by including Marmaray in rail transport services, Mars Logistics Board Member Gökşin Günhan stated that he was proud to be the first company to include the Marmaray line in the transportation network, and that he thinks that the industry will shift more and more to the intermodal and rail transport services. . Günhan said, “As Mars Logistics, we have always been sensitive to the environment. We have added the Marmaray line to our time-saving rail transport services that reduce carbon dioxide emissions. The first export our train moved from Turkey to Europe on May 15 and our train reached Europe. " said.

“Once again showed the importance of coronavirus railway”

Underlining that Mars Logistics will continue to transport the loads to Europe in a more environmentally friendly manner by continuing to use the Marmaray line, Günhan stated that they aim to reduce transportation problems with the benefits of rail transport. Emphasizing the importance of learning from the teachings of the coronavirus, Günhan said, “We had a Business Continuity Plan before the coronavirus epidemic, but the epidemic showed us more clearly the importance of time-saving rail and intermodal transportation in road transport at the border gates and delays in transportation.” said.



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