In the context of the discussions at European level on ensuring transit corridors for freight transport that would allow operators in the industry, in EU and NON-EU Member States, to operate under normal conditions, the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure and Communications together with the Ministry of Internal Affairs established the following transit routes on the Romanian territory:
1-st route: Nadlac (border) – Arad – Timisoara – Lugoj – Ilia – Deva – Simeria – Sebes – Sibiu – Ramnicu Valcea – Pitesti – Bucharest – Giurgiu (border crossing point)
2-nd route: Bors (border) – Oradea – Cluj Napoca – Alba Iulia – Sebes – Sibiu – Ramnicu Valcea – Pitesti – Bucharest – Giurgiu (border)
Giurgiu (border) – Bucharest – Urziceni – Buzau – Focsani – Bacau – Suceava – Siret (border)
Nadlac (border) – Arad – Timisoara – Lugoj – Caransebes – Orsova – Drobeta Turnu Severin – Simian – Maglavit- Calafat (border)
Moravița (border) – Timisoara – Arad – Oradea – Satu Mare – Halmeu (border)
Nadlac (border) – Arad – Timisoara – Lugoj – Ilia – Deva – Simeria – Sebes – Sibiu – Brasov – Targu Secuiesc – Lepsa – Focsani – Tesila – Tecuci – Barlad – Husi – Albita (border)
By establishing these corridors, a predictable tool is needed to carry out the activity, so that the transport of goods, including food, medical equipment and medicines will have continuity, protection and safety.
Map link: https://cestrin.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=2cd8851109eb443ab4c09cb0ec96b054
Euroccoper continues its activity
For 25 years we have organized national and international forwarding operations, and now we have created an efficient and functional internal structure, so as to provide services to our customers and partners even during the state of emergency. We understand the importance of logistics services and their continuity in the operation of companies and we want to ensure in this manner our customers of our willingness to respond to existing requests.