TransContainer expands services for the clients of the Transsib in seven days project
JSC TransContainer expands services for its clients in the framework of the project Transsib in seven days with the introduction of online sales via internet. Online service iSales minimises the time needed for placing the order for shipment of freight via Trans-Siberian railway.
Online service iSales is available to every client and significantly fastens and simplifies the procedure of placing the order based on the principle of online shop system. Using this service clients can place orders online, calculate the prices and monitor the status of the order and location of containers on the route as well as access the archive of previous orders in personal cabinet. The service allows non-cash payment via bank card which can be specifically convenient for small and mid-cap businesses.
iSales is also availbale on the routes Moscow - Novosibirsk, Moscow- Irkutsk and Moscow - Khabarovsk. Further on we plan to develop the route map available in iSales via isales.trcont.ru.
The regular service on fast container trains (Transsib in seven days) is a new joint project of Russian Railways, TransContainer and Vostochnaya Stevedoring Company (part of Global Ports Group).
Currently the service is available on the following route: from Nakhodka-Vostochnaya station at the Dalnevostochny railway to Moskva-Tovarnaya Paveletskaya of the Moscow railway.
Fast container train is on the road for seven days only and arrives to the destination point with minimal time spent on stoppings, with a speed of the passenger train, without assorting process on the road. All these factors allow the train to deliver containers from Moscow to the Far East two times faster than on usual route. In the framework of this project the delivery of the cargo can be arranged to Khabarovsk, Vladivostok and Nakhodka. The regularity of the service allows customers to estimate the exact time of dispatch and delivery of the cargo. In the nearest future the frequency of the train’ departure will be increased to three times a week.