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Scheduled and in time, the delivery and loading of the containers took place in China, so that the departure took place punctually. This train departs from Fuzhou, passes through the Manzhouli border crossing and onwards through Russia, Belorussia and Poland before finally arriving at Hamburg in Germany. This dedicated train service traverses 5 countries, traveling a total of 16,000km in 17 days.
After the arrival on September 15, 2018, the complete customs clearance of all goods in the railway terminal Hamburg took place. The containers were then reloaded onto the connecting train of the TCU, our long-term partner and expert for container hinterland traffic, and driven to Mannheim.
Then at 3:00 am on September 20, 2018, all 41 containers with all goods arrived safely. And the welcome of this first JAS block train from Fuzhou was celebrated with representatives from the customer, our responsible JAS branch and the Mannheim Contargo terminal.
JAS Germany is ready to have this long-distance rail supply chain solution as a weekly connection from the Jiangxi Province/China into Germany, and not just ending in Hamburg, but with redirects that serve the whole country.
JAS Forwarding GmbH, headquartered in Neu-Isenburg, has been represented in Germany since 1979 and today has over 300 experts in 10 branches and 3 gateways. In addition to the global air and sea freight services, processed with a global, one file 'IT solution, we offer extensive services as a 3PL service provider in our own warehouses as well as customs clearance services. "People Make The Difference": and thus we always act flexibly to individual customer requirements, integrated into the worldwide JAS logistics network.
Facts & Topics
The slot of the train in Mannheim will be on 20.09. arrive at 3 o'clock in the morning and then unload.
It is planned to set up this train on a weekly basis and then even implement and declare it with Terminal Mannheim as the terminus, rather than in Hamburg.