Azerbaijan’s KDY Logistics Aims to Boost Cargo Through Russia’s Astrakhan Hub

Azerbaijani logistics company KDY Logistics plans to increase the volume of cargo transportation through Russia’s logistics hub in Astrakhan to one million tons per year, the director of company Galib Mammadov has said, according to Trend news agency. 

The businessman had a working meeting with the governor of Russia’s Astrakhan region Igor Babushkin, according to the website of the Astrakhan region government.

During the meeting, prospects for the development of the transport infrastructure of the region, in particular the railway hub created at Kutum station, were discussed.

Mammadov noted that the company is making every effort to bring the hub to its full capacity.

Currently, through the hub, the delivery of goods from Iran and Turkey to the Astrakhan region and vice versa has been established and active negotiations are ongoing with Uzbekistan. The company plans to increase the throughput of the hub to one million tons per year.

KDY Logistics was founded in 2017 with the aim of providing high-quality service for the transportation of goods by rail. The logistics company provides reliable service in cargo transportation and storage.