The €31.8m Vilnius International Terminal (VIT) is situated near Vaidotai yard and has capacity to handle more than 100,000 TEU per year. The terminal is served by a number of intermodal trains including the Viking, Šeštokai Express, Saule, and Merkurijus, and LG has also launched a new twice-weekly shuttle service, VIT Ekspress, linking VIT with the Baltic port of Klaipeda.
Kaunas Intermodal Terminal (KIT) is equipped with both 1520mm-gauge and 1435mm-gauge tracks in readiness for the Rail Baltica standard-gauge link to Europe. The €25.4m terminal is ultimately intended to become a key transhipment terminal for containers travelling from Europe to Russia and Asia by rail. KIT is located at Palemonas marshalling yard close to the main Klaipeda – Kaunus – Vilnius highway, where many logistics companies are already clustered.
Construction of the two terminals was 85% financed through the European Union Cohesion Fund.