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The International North–South Transport Corridor (INSTC)

Is a 7,200-km (4500 mile) long multi-mode network of ship, rail, and road route for moving freight between India, Iran, Azerbaijan, Russia, Central Asia and Europe. The route primarily involves moving freight from India, Iran, Azerbaijan and the Russian Federation via ship, rail and road. The objective of the corridor is to increase trade connectivity between major cities such as Mumbai, Moscow, Tehran, Baku, Bandar Abbas, Astrakhan, Bandar Anzali, etc. Dry runs of two routes were conducted in 2014, the first was Mumbai to Baku via Bandar Abbas and the second was Mumbai to Astrakhan via Bandar Abbas, Tehran and Bandar Anzali. 

Caspian Sea chartering service

Refers to a service provided by companies that specialize in the chartering of vessels for the transportation of cargo or passengers across the Caspian sea. Ava navgan typically have extensive networks and relationships with vessel owners and operators, enabling them to offer a wide range of vessels and routes to meet their clients’ needs.

service may include the following:

  1. Vessel selection and booking: Chartering companies can help their clients to select the most suitable vessel for their cargo or passengers and arrange for its booking.
  2. Voyage planning: Chartering companies can assist with route planning, ensuring that the vessel takes the most efficient and cost-effective route to its destination.
  3. Customs and port formalities: Chartering companies can handle all the necessary customs and port formalities, including preparing and submitting the necessary documentation, paying customs duties and taxes, and liaising with customs and port officials.
  4. Cargo handling: Chartering companies can arrange for cargo handling services, including loading and unloading of cargo, to ensure that goods are transported safely and efficiently.
  5. Logistics and transportation: Chartering companies can provide logistics and transportation services, including inland transportation and delivery to the final destination.
  6. Insurance: Chartering companies can arrange for insurance coverage to protect the cargo or passengers during transport.

Overall, this services provide a flexible and efficient way to transport cargo across the Caspian sea ports between Iran & Russia & Azerbaijan & Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan   , and can be a valuable resource for businesses that require reliable and cost-effective transportation solutions.

Iran – Russia, Rail way transport

The corridor includes seaports on the Persian Gulf and in the Caspian region, as well as road and rail routes. The rail route from Iran to Russia will bring both parties economic benefits, as cargo will be able to move quickly and easily between the two nations.

Railways are expected to play a key role in the development of the INSTC, with the completion of the Rasht-Astara railway which is a crucial component of the corridor. This railway will link the Iranian port of Bandar-e Anzali to Russia’s railway network and beyond, providing a direct and efficient route for goods to travel. 

however, the Turkmen railways authority reportedly is considering a proposal from Russia’s RZhD International to electrify the Trans-Karakum Railway and the Turkmenbaşy-Türkmenabat portion of the Trans-Caspian Railway. Bereket Railway Station is an important crossroad of the Trans-Caspian railway and North-South Transnational Railway Corridor. It links the Caspian Sea, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and eastern Kazakhstan, and the North-South Transnational Railway links Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Persian Gulf, and Turkey. The city has a large locomotive maintenance and repair depot and a modern rail station.

The Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan-Iran railway link is a part of the North-South Transnational Corridor and is a 677 km (421 mi) long single-tracked railway line connecting Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan with Iran and the Persian Gulf.