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More than 230 million tons of cargo passed through the terminals of the Minsk branch of Beltamozhservice in 20 years

October 20, Minsk / Corr. BELTA /. More than 230 million tons of cargo passed through the terminals of the Minsk branch of RUE Beltamozhservice over 20 years, BelTA learned from the company.



Minsk branch - the largest in Beltamozhservice - today celebrates 20 years of activity in the market of customs and logistics services. For 20 years, the terminals of the branch have handled over 230 million tons of cargo. Also, more than 2 million declarations of all types have been issued, hundreds of new logistics routes have been laid, '' the company said.



At the beginning of its activity, the branch acted as a customs declarant, customs broker. Then, at the intersection of two international transport corridors, the construction of trade and logistics centers began. In 2011, the first TLC was put into operation. About 6 thousand square meters of area and about 100 parking spaces made it possible to operate with cargo flows, provide the first services for handling goods both in import and export traffic. Since the beginning of this year, the TLC has processed over 20 thousand containers in import traffic, more than 10 trains have been sent to the PRC.



In 2019, representatives of the Minsk branch of Beltamozhservice successfully located on the territory of the Chinese-Belarusian Industrial Park `` Great Stone '', where today they provide a range of services as a customs representative and an aviation, road carrier.



Today, the branch advises on foreign economic activity, prepares and maintains documents for customs clearance, develops optimal logistics routes, accompanies goods along the entire route with the possibility of delivering goods anywhere in the world. Warehouse premises include more than 20 thousand sq. M.



Photo by Pavel Orlovsky

Source: BelTA

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