Interview: Digitalisation can drive Eurasian freight growth

cn-China-Europe freight trains departing from Chengdu

RZD is achieving efficiency gains from digitalising the administrative processes for intermodal freight traffic, but First Deputy General Director Sergey Pavlov tells Toma Bačić that the acceptance of electronic customs documents in Europe will be essential to ensure the Eurasian rail market can fulfil its potential.

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