March 1, 2017 marks the 15th anniversary of the international container block train "Mongolian Vector", which provides transportation of containers from Western Europe, Belarus, Turkey, Ukraine to Mongolia (Ulan Bator) and China.

For 15 years of successful work were sent 440 trains and transported 13010 containers TEU.






Ulan Bator



he international container block train "Mongolian vector" started running since March 2002 on the route Brest (Belarus)-Ulan Bator (Mongolia), the length of which is 7293km.

Operators of the project are forwarding companies: Brest Branch of State Enterprise "BTLC" (Belarus), "Rubicon" CJSC (Russia), "Tuushin" LLC (Mongolia).

Container block train "Mongolian vector" is an alternative of sea transportations of container cargoes from Western Europe to Mongolia and China.

In the block container train are included containers delivered to Brest by rail and truck from Western Europe, Ukraine, Belarus, Turkey, Moldova.

At the container terminal Brest-Severny Station is carried out accumulation and dispatch according to schedule the 10th, 20th and 30th of each month on the route Brest — Naushki — Ulan-Bator.

It is possible departing of containers in the train "Mongolian vector" with destination in China.

Transportation of cargoes in the train «Mongolian vector» has a number of advantages:

  • term of cargo delivery from Brest to Ulaanbaatar is 10-12 days, which is almost 3 times faster than delivery by sea (30-40 days);

  • the single rate reduces the cost of goods transport;  

  • train timetable is agreed with the railways of Belarus, Russia and Mongolia; 

  • 5 days  of  free storage at the temporary storage warehouse from the moment of arrival to  the station Brest-Severny.

Brest Branch provides containers tracing throughout  the entire journey, rapid passage of cargo along the route, including the crossing of State borders, delivery of cargo ”to door“ of recipient.

The optimal combination of delivery time and cost of transportation creates favorable conditions for senders from Western Europe, Belarus, Ukraine, Turkey, Moldova.

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