A new freight sea line launched from Novorossiysk to India

The FESCO transport group has launched a new sea line for the transportation of goods from Novorossiysk to India. This was reported by the press service of the company.

Cargo ships will run between Novorossiysk – Ambarli – Nava Sheva – Mundra and back once every two weeks. On average, transit time will take 25 days. The line will mainly transport food, cellulose, hazardous goods, and polymers.

«At year-end 2022, the total volume of trade between Russia and India increased by 4.9 times as compared to 2021, and the total cargo turnover was 80.5 million tons,» as it was reported.

The new Deep Sea route to India will be the third container service for FESCO.