Far East Land Bridge Announces Flexible Route between China and Russia

Updated: Feb 20, 2018

FCL and LCL Cargo option available from Guangzhou to Vorsino

March 29th, 2017 – Rail operator, Far East Land Bridge has recently created a new route to Russia. The route goes from Guangzhou, China to Vorsino terminal in Russia. The transit time between these two locations is 14 to 16 days. The departures leave every Sunday and run throughout the entire year with the exception of holidays in China and Russia.

There is an LCL (Less than container load) option for this route which greatly increases the flexibility for any companies interested in transporting goods from China to Russia. An example of this could be an automotive company who needs a small extra shipment of parts to complete their assembly on time for release to the market.

As Vorsino is the main railway terminal for Moscow, FELB is able to support it’s Russian customers better. The route is targeted towards companies who have cargo that needs transported from Guangdong and Fujian provinces including Guangzhou and cities like Shenzhen, Dongguan, Foshan and Huizhou.

The conception of this offer from FELB began last August and by September and October FELB was dispatching a train from Guangzhou every two weeks. In November the service saw enough demand that departures were switched to a weekly schedule to support the extra cargo. With the attractive transit time of 14 to 16 days there is a significant advantage for any company interested in switching from the long sea journey to a faster rail option.


In addition to this route from Guangzhou to Russia, FELB aims to establish more routes from south China to more locations in Europe over the next few months. This will allow businesses to take advantage of more production locations all over China.


FELB has been working hard to ensure consistent service for their customers over the past few years and this route is one of many new options allowing for quicker transportation of goods with an affordable, environment-friendly company.

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