Polish finished vehicle carrier Adampol has launched a new regular rail service from the logistics centre in owns and operates in Malaszewicze on the eastern Polish border with Belarus for shipment of vehicles to Eastern Europe.
Tuesday (29 June) saw the first loading, which will take Suzuki vehicles between the centre and Kazakhstan, with full customs clearance successfully made. The vehicles were brought from Suzuki’s production plant in Esztergom in Hungary, which produces models including the Swift, Ignis and Suzuki Wagon R+.
Regular volume numbers have yet to be announced but Adampol will be handling 100% of the shipments.
The 22ha Malaszevicze logistics centre is situated in a special economic zone between the international route E-30 (Berlin-Warsaw-Moscow) and the railway route E-20 – the ‘middle gate’ to Eastern Europe and Asia. It is designed to facilitate the international exchange of goods offering customers a customs free zone and good rail and road connections with a dedicated reloading point for finished vehicles.