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Expansion into Russia CIS

Expansion into Russia CIS

Nissin is the very first Japanese logistics company to have opened its representative office in Moscow in 1989 during the days of former Soviet Union and its representative office in Almaty, former capital city of the Republic of Kazakhstan in 1998.

Russia CIS Locations

Russia

LCL Service for Moscow / Western Russia

Consolidated Cargo for Moscow / Western Russia

We offer LCL service from Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Osaka, and Kobe to the Western area of Russia (Moscow / St.Petersburg / Togliatti / Izhevsk and others) through the gateway port of Tallinn (Estonia) with competitive and stable trucking service.

Siberian Land Bridge

Siberia Land Bridge

Trans Siberian Land Bridge service is based on our vast experience which we have been developed since the mid 1960s. In addition to the logistics service for container cargo, conventional cargo (over dimentional / over weight cargo, project cargo, equipments and machinery, etc.) and finished vehicle by specialized car carriers are available.

Ocean consolidated Cargo Service to Central and Eastern Europe and CIS

Ocean consolidated Cargo Service to Central and Eastern Europe and CIS

Nissin has extensive experience in multimodal transport to inland destinations in CIS, by containers and conventional conveyances.

Introduction of Eurasian Transport Routes

Introduction of Eurasian Transport Routes

In 1965, Nissin transported the first international transit cargo via the Trans-Siberian Railway from Japan to Europe. You can be assured that Nissin provides the transport services via the Eurasian continent based on the long experience and customer satisfaction.
Click here to see the detailed routes (detailed PDF map will be displayed).

  1. 1.Siberian Route (via Far East Russian ports): Vostochny, Vladivostok, Nakhodka

    The name "the Siberian Land Bridge Service"was Known after Nissin transported the first international transit cargo via the Trans-Siverian Railway from Japan to Europe in 1965.

  2. 2.China Route (via Chinese ports): Lianyungang, Tianjin-Xingang, Qingdao, Dalian

    The name "the China Land Bridge Service"was Known after Nissin used the Trans-China Railway to transport cargo from Japan to Kazakhstan via Lianyungang in 1992.
    This marked the first shipment of international containers bound for Central Asia via China.
    Nissin can also offer routes to Central Asia via Russia, as well as transport to Russia from the Port of Dalian via Manzhouli / Zabaykalsk.

  3. 3.Mongolia Route

    As a pioneer of routes both via the Port of Tianjin in China and via Far East Russian ports, Nissin offers the most reliable transport to Mongolia.

  4. 4.Via Baltic Country Ports: Riga, Tallinn, Klaipeda

    We transport containers and bulk cargo to Russia and CIS countries by trucks and rail via Riga Port and other Baltic sea ports.

  5. 5.Via St.Petersburg Port

    We transport container cargo and bulk cargo to inland Russia through the port of St.Petersburg, the gateway to Russia.

  6. 6.Via Finland Ports: Kotka, Hamina, Helsinki

    Finland is another advantageous area for Nissin. We handle container cargo, bulk cargo, and other diverse needs over Siberian railway routes and deepsea routes.

  7. 7.Via The Black Sea: Novorossiysk, Odessa, Ilyichevsk, Poti

    These transport routes are primarily bound for the Russian Southwest, Ukraine, and the Caucasus Region.

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