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Kazakhstan’s Rail Transportation of Cargo Rises to Over 122 Million Tons

Kazakhstan’s national railway company Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (KTZ) reports that from January-June 2024, it transported more than 122 million tons of cargo. Transportation within the country increased by 2.1% compared to the same period last year and amounted to 81.5 million tons, and over 41 million tons of cargo were destined for export. During this period, KTZ transported 47.5 million tons of coal, including 34.8 million tons within the country. The volume of grain transportation within the country increased by 5%, to 1.1 million tons. During the first half of the year, rail transportation of ferrous metals increased by 7.2%, to 2.2 million tons; iron ore and manganese by 9.6%, to 10.5 million tons; and non-ferrous ore and sulfur, by 13%, to 12.1 million tons. Rail transportation for exports of oil increased by 8.3%, to 2.7 million tons; ferrous metals by 6% to 1.6 million tons; chemical fertilizers by 10% to 648 thousand tons: iron ore and manganese by 4% to 5.6 million tons, and 68% for construction cargo by 68% to267 thousand tons.  

New Bonded Zone to Boost Kyrgyz Exports to China

The Ministry of Digital Development of the Kyrgyz Republic has announced the opening of a new bonded zone to boost the development of e-commerce and exportation of Kyrgyz goods to the Chinese market. The zone covers an area of 7,500 square meters on the Kyrgyzstan border between Kyrgyz Pochtasy (Kyrgyz Post) OJSC, Naryn’s free economic zone (FEZ), and Kashgar FEZ in China’s western Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The opening of the new national pavilion ‘Made in Kyrgyzstan,’ a facility where Kyrgyz products are exhibited, stored, sold, and shipped both in e-commerce and offline modes, was attended by Akylbek Japarov, Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers of Kyrgyzstan, on a visit to the zone early in March. The project provides 48 and 72-hour direct warehouse-to-warehouse services for cross-border trading logistics between China and Kyrgyzstan.