Temir Zholy planning logistics terminals on Baltic Sea and Gulf

Temir Zholy, Kazakhstan’s state-run rail company, is looking into the possibility of building terminals on the Baltic Sea and the Persian Gulf, it announced over the weekend. “We are considering the construction of logistics terminals on the Baltic Sea and the Persian Gulf, which would…. ensure access to the world’s oceans,” the company’s Vice-President Bauyrzhan Urynbasarov told delegates  at a conference, adding that Temir Zholy was looking to turn itself into a Trans-Caspian multimodal transportation and logistics operation. 
He also confirmed that the expansion of the port at Aktau would be complete by the end of the year.

Source: TREND