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    Unitrans: the new developed services

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    Since its establishment in 1995 Unitrans has consistently been working on development of the service of consolidated transportation, which can formally be divided into the following stages as shown below:

    1st stageTRUCKING FROM EUROPE Start service At the beginning Unitrans introduced its regular service of consolidated trucking from Europe, gradually shortening the time in transit and decreasing the rates.
    Newly developed service In addition to it, Unitrans has launched regular consolidated exports to all European countries, which is a unique service for Armenia. It is an ideal opportunity for small cargoes, which may be dispatched to Europe at moderate rates once or twice per month by a dedicated truck.
    2nd stageOCEAN FREIGHT Start service Unitrans developed the service of consolidated ocean freight from Asia. Consolidation hubs were established in the main seaports of China.
    Newly developedservice Presently a new consolidation opportunity in Dubai, UAE, which is a big business and transport hub for Armenia, has been worked out with a reputable agent for regular transportation of full-loaded and small cargoes and includes the service of customs brokerage, if necessary. All these factors can make Dubai a second alternative[1] seaport for the ocean freights of Unitrans, in addition to the port of Hamburg, which is already used in Unitrans transportations for consolidation of small cargoes imported from all over the world.
    3rd stageTRUCKING FROM RUSSIA With the recent membership of Armenia to the EEU[2], the current demand for cargo transportation to and from Russia has significantly increased. Unitrans elaborated new schemes to expand its both full-truck and small cargoes transportation in Russia. Special agreements with reputable Russian agents have been concluded for regular consolidation opportunities in different transport hubs of Russia, such as Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Rostov, Novorossiysk, and Pyatigorsk. It has also become possible to offer the service of transit customs brokerage in Russia, which has always been a bottle neck in Russian logistics.


    Summary: progress is possible due to the consistent implementation of new solutions and continuous investigation of new opportunities. For Unitrans that means elaboration of existing transportation options and creation of new opportunities to support the Armenian businesses by achieving shorter transit time and providing significant cost savings.

    [1] The ports of Poti, Georgia, and Bandar Abbas, Iran, are considered as the main ports serving Armenia.

    [2] The Eurasian Economic Union.