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FESCO increases capacity of its Line connecting Novorossiysk with Indian Ports by 24% on June 19, 2024

June 22, 2024
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FESCO Transportation Group ("FESCO", "Group", an enterprise under the management of Rosatom state corporation) increased the capacity of FESCO Indian Line West (FIL-W) maritime container line between India and Russia by 24% (to 2,129 TEU) through vessels' rotation.

The Group assigned FESCO Askold container ship with a capacity of 1,080 TEU to serve the line, which replaced a smaller vessel. FESCO Ekaterina container ship with a capacity of 1,049 TEU will also continue operating on FIL-W line.

FESCO Askold sailed on its first voyage from the port of Nava-Sheva . . .

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