The new expanded offerings include ability to move 20 and 40 foot containers, and gauge shipments on low-bed trailers from Bishkek's Alamedin Rail Station to the Tajikistan-Afghanistan Border at Sherkhan-Bandar.
In addition, FMN has also arranged all formalities of transit customs and escorts for all shipments from Bishkek up to the Afghan border.
FMN has added capacity and personnel for its KKT routing corridor from Bishkek Alamedin to Sherkhan Bandar, to offer the new services.
Dave O'Connor, COO of FMN, said: â€œWe believe the demand for western level service on the KKT is only going to increase and FMN Logistics is on the ground meeting that demand with the most experienced staff and fastest transit times in the business.â€
With its headquarters in Washington, DC, FMN Logistics is a specialist freight forwarding and logistics service provider, and operates throughout Central Asia and the Middle East. In 2010, FMN delivered more than 2,500 cargo containers to Afghanistan for US and ISAF forces, and it currently transports approximately 200 containers a month along the NDN into Afghanistan for each of the Prime Vendors operating in Afghanistan.
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