“This cargo, which arrived by test train, is a food supplement lysine, which will remain in Lithuania and will be transported by road. Who ordered it and to whom it will be delivered is a commercial secret, but it will definitely remain in Lithuania, ”said Mantas Dubauskas.
Aleksejus Vorovskis, the head of the cargo customer, Klaipėda logistics company Gen Cargo, confirmed to BNS that the cargo is intended for livestock farmers.
LTG announced that the train would bring various goods in containers.
According to M.Dubauskas, after unloading, a new train will soon leave for Ukraine.
“We will send it in the near future, we expect him to arrive in Šeštokai next week, although we can see from the lesson of the first train that it is difficult when the train will arrive at the place of unloading,” M. Dubauskas told BNS.
On Thursday morning, for the first time in the history of LTG, a train with 50 containers of about 1,000 arrived from Lithuania to Lithuania bypassing Belarus. tons of cargo. It was transported from the Ukrainian-Polish border by LTG’s subsidiary LTG Cargo Polska, and in Lithuania by LTG Cargo.
The route has been tested only on the narrow European track – from Kaunas via Poland to the Ukrainian border contact terminal. If the project is successful, part of the cargo to Kaunas can be transported without changing the tracks and without reloading them.
Lithuania wants to help Ukraine export last year’s grain, which is about 20 million. tons.