Sweden, Finland might join Lithuanian Railways' project Viking

Swedish logistics company Green Cargo may soon join Lithuanian Railway's container train project Viking. Moreover, details are being harmonised with Finnish company Steveco regarding test runs with Viking to Turkey. It is thought that the first journey could take place already in September.
Trains in Kazlų Rūda
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