CaroTrans has expanded its network into the Baltic and Commonwealth of Independent States, including Russia.
The first of “many future services” is a direct, weekly less-than-containerload and full containerload export service from New York to the Port of Klaipéda, Lithuania, the non-vessel-operating common carrier and ocean freight consolidator in a written statement. This expansion features a partnership with Delta Logistics Group, which has a local office in the Baltic and CIS region.
Alexander Kosachev, previously from St. Petersburg, Russia, recently joined CaroTrans in its U.S. headquarters in New Jersey to support and grow CaroTrans’ Baltic and CIS service network. He has Russian trade experience and customs knowledge, having worked for eight years with an international freight forwarder establishing and growing LTL and LCL services in Russia.
“Our expansion in the Baltics and CIS is a major step in developing the scope of CaroTrans’ worldwide service network,” said Greg Howard, CaroTrans’ global CEO.