Currently, there are 10 containers en route from the capital of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, to the city of Iskenderun in Turkey, and 30 containers en route from another city of Uzbekistan, Bukhara, to Mersin.
ABC.AZ reports with reference to company ADY Konteyner.
Upon arrival at the port of Turkmenbashi in Turkmenistan, the 40- and 45-foot containers will be loaded onto a feeder vessel and delivered to the port of Baku. The containers will then be delivered to Turkey via the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway.
Another 15 containers sent from Bukhara are heading to Bulgaria. After delivery from Turkmenbashi to Baku, these containers will be sent to one of the Black Sea ports of Georgia. From there, they will be sent by sea to Bulgaria. And 17 containers with imported goods will be delivered from Uzbekistan to Azerbaijan. The container destination station is Hajigabul.