Must-See Exhibitors at TransRussia 2019

At TransRussia, we host a wide range of international transport & logistics companies, plus Russian-industry leaders

They’re here to showcase their services, cargo routes, expertise and future developments with the professional visitors who matter.

So, if you’re looking for cargo carrying services in and out of Russia, then be sure to visit these companies below at TransRussia 2019.

You can find the full exhibitor list here.

Companies you need to see at TransRussia 2019

Stena Line — Sweden — Pavilion 1 Hall 3 — Stand C347

You can meet seaborne logistics specialists Stena Line at TransRussia.

Stena Line is one of the world’s largest ferry operators, and absolutely a major player in worldwide seaborne logistics. Headquartered in Sweden, the carrier has an enormous presence throughout the Baltic Sea — a region of the world vitally important to Russian international shipping.

In terms of European cargoes, Stena Line operates a far-reaching network. Apart from St. Petersburg, the company’s connections reach from Scandinavian Ports like Frederikshavn in Denmark, Norwegian capital Oslo and Gothenburg but also Rotterdam, Dublin, Belfast, Cherbourg, Kiel and Liverpool.

Lithuanian Railways — Lithuania — Pavilion 1 Hall 4 — Stand C185

30%25 of Lithuanian Railways' business is in Russia

Lithuanian Railways is a vital cog in cross-European freight, as well as picking up Asian cargoes bound for Europe from. Russia looms large in the company’s operations for both East-West and West-East freight movement.

30% of Lithuanian Railways’ business is focussed on Russia. In 2017, the company enjoyed 35% growth in Russian-facing traffic, amounting to 6 million tons. Cargoes carried included solid mineral fuels, food and feed, oil products, ferrous metals and other mineral products.

When TransRussia spoke to Lithuanian Railways CEO Mantas Bartsuka in 2018, he revealed some exciting developments for his business. Namely, plans to increase wagon fleet by 20-30%, increasing its carrying capacity in the process, but also introduce new services. Those include semi-trailer transportation, exploration of new routes, and new liquid cargo handling facilities. Discover if they’ve been succesful at TransRussia 2019.

InterRail — Switzerland — Pavilion 1 Hall 1 — Stand A211

Meet multi-modal transporters InterRail at TransRussia.

With a strategic partnership in place with Russian Railways RZD, InterRail has become a key player in Russia’s rail freight sector. As such it does a lot of business on the China-Europe route, but also carries plenty of cargo through Central Asia in territories like Kazakhstan.

“We want to see growth rate of 25%,” an InterRail representative told our team at TransRussia 2018. “There are a lot of niche products on the market, which TransRussia shows are in very good demand, such as inter-European freight services and rail connections.”

InterRail carries around 2 million tons of freight throughout Russia. While its name suggests a pure rail focus, the company is actually a multi-modal transporter, with experience dealing with RO-RO cargoes.

Greencarrier — Sweden — Pavilion 1 Hall 3 — Stand C261

Greencarrier takes a more eco-friendly approach to maritime shipping.

Greencarrier does things a little differently. Its focus is on sustainable eco-friendly transport, with a focus on sustainability — and, of course, smooth delivery of customers’ important goods.

Like Stena Line, Greencarrier hales from Sweden, but has a network office around the world, including the Baltic States. Its Estonian office will be representing the brand at TransRussia 2019, presenting how it can handle cargo passing through Russia into Scandinavia and the Baltic States too.

FESCO — Russia — Pavilion 1Hall 4 — Stand D475

FESCO is a specialist in carrying Asia-Europe cargoes

FESCO is amongst Russia’s oldest and most experienced multi-modal shippers. Established in Vladivostok in the Far East, the company has established itself as the go-to carriers for Asian-facing cargoes.

Vladivostok is Russia’s chief Pacific port, and the start/end point for FESCO core business. China’s growing influence on Russia’s transport & logistics sector means more goods are starting to flow from the Far East to Europe, and FESCO is there to carry them.

The company has a number of new routes and services up its sleeve to harness incoming Chinese freight. Alongside ZIH China, a regular container service has been launched by FESCO connecting Hamburg, Germany, to Zhengzhou in Northern China.

Elsewhere, it has launched a regular container train from Yiwu on China’s East Coast with Moscow, plus it has established a new shipping route between Chinese ports and Russia’s Far East.

Meet these companies and more at TransRussia: Russia’s only dedicated transport & logistics event

As Russia’s no.1 transport and logistics exhibition, TransRussia is the place to network, do business, and secure contracts in a $150 billion market.

Industry-leading companies in their hundreds use the show to meet new and existing clients, display their services, and find new business opportunities.

Firms like ZSSK Cargo, Greencarrier and B.I.C trust the show to take their operations to the next level.

To miss it is to miss out.

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