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28 April 2011 @ 05:21 pm
New route from Japan  
“New route from Toyama province, Japan through Russian Far East to Mongolia through Chinese North East will be established for an export and import transportation” reported “Yomiuri Shim bun” daily newspaper April 25, 2011. One of the reasons to open the route is the necessity of used Japanese cars in Mongolia reported. Before any Trans activities were through Port of Tianjin, China to and from Japan. The first experience of new route was in 2009 from “Fushiki Toyama” Port through Vladivostok to Novosibirsk, Russia to deliver used cars and food products to Mongolia. This route was successfully done; the transportation period of goods was decreased from 10 days to 3 days. Due to the notice by officials of Toyama province from “Fushiki Toyama” Port will be shipped to Vladivostok then delivery through Siberian railway to Ulan-Ude, Russia. On the way back goods from North East province of China will be delivered to Far East by train and then shipped to “Fushiki Toyama” Port. Total expenditure of the Development project for this route estimates 19.5 million yens. 

New route from Japan