|9 September 2008|
|18:07||First Freight Company First Freight Company Gets Railcars|
|13:30||projectsMechel to Produce Rail Cars|
|1 September 2008|
|19:59||RailChina Won't Help|
|8 July 2008|
|15:43||Russian RailwaysRZD to Purchase Freight Cars|
|9 August 2007|
|17:27||seaFESCO: Prospects of Development|
|25 July 2007|
|09:32||RailTransmachkholding to Provide Russian Railways with Rail Cars|
Transmachkholding, the major producer of rail rolling-stock, will sell 168 locomotives and more than 4.5 thousand freight rail cars to Russain Railways, JSC, reports dp.ru.
According to president of Russian Railways, JSC Vladimir Yakunin, the company intends to renew the rolling-sock fleet.
Due to the investment program the company will purchase about 11 thousand of freight rail cars worth more than 14 bn rubles.
|23 July 2007|
|13:10||seaEuroChem to Build Its Own Railcar Repair Facility|
EuroChem (Mineral and Chemical Company) has started to create its own railcar repair facility - the Depot-EuroChem subsidiary - to be located at the mothballed site of Nevinnomyssky Azot house building factory, reports the press-service to the company.
The building of the facility (for about 5,000 scheduled repairs per year) is planned to be completed in April 2009.
It is expected to invest over 26 mn rubles in the project.
According to the representatives of the company, the realization of the project will help to reduce EuroChem's controlled entities costs for scheduled maintenance of own cars and rolling stock lease, to make a profit from scheduled depot repairs and major overhaul services, obtain the transport independence from Russian Railways and increase company's capitalization.
Currently the total amount of rolling stock units controlled by EuroChem is 6,000 (including mineral carriers, grain carriers, various tanks for different purposes, open-top wagons, covered wagons, and platforms).
|18 July 2007|
|15:31||seaRusskaya Troyka: Operating Activity Results|
During 27 months of the operative activity Russkaya Troyka paid 1 007 629 214 rubles as the railroad tariff due to the additional cargo base, reports the press-service of the company.
During the period of the operational activity the company transported 109 572 TEU, including 55 052 TEU of cargo re-orientated from the deep sea route to the Russian infrastructure.
In the first half of the current year it transported 43 872 TEU.
|2 July 2007|
|09:37||seaKrasnoyarsk Freight Forwarder to Increase Its Rolling Stock Fleet |
Vostok-Sibpromtrans, JSC wants to have increased cargo transportation volume by 4 times by the end of the current year.
According to Kommersant, the company will purchase 300 rail cars for 400 mn rubles.
Besides, the company will invest 200 mn rubles into the development of the repairing facilities in Krasnoyarsk.
This can be explained by the company's development plans due to the increasing volumes of cargo transportation of its patrons - SUEK and Rusal.
|28 June 2007|
|17:28||seaGeneral Prosecutor's Office Checks Up Russian Railways|
The RF General Prosecutor's Office has checked up the Federal Agency of Railway Transport, the Federal Service for Transport Supervision and OAO "RZD" (Russian Railways) for compliance of the safety and exploitation of railways with the legislation.
|21 June 2007|
|12:35||seaAsstrA Began to Handle Glass |
In the framework of the complex service of cargo supplied by sea means of transport the department of combined transportation of AsstrA has worked out the Chinese glass handling service in the port of Klaipeda.
The company provides handling of 6-12 containers per 24 hours.
|15 June 2007|
|14:40||seaTransContainer and Schenker to Transport Componentry|
TransContainer, JSC and the German company Schenker, the subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG, signed the memorandum concerning the collaboration in the frame work of the Volkswagen's componentry transportation project.
|14 June 2007|
|12:04||seaTransContainer Has Established New Representative Office |
On June, 14 in the framework of the exhibition Transport Logistic-2007 taken place in Munich TransContainer, JSC opened the representative office there, reports the press-service of the company.
According to Petr Baskakov, general director of the company, this representative office will organize cargo transportation by its own rolling-stock and containers.
|1 June 2007|
|14:45||sea2 Years and 100 000 TEU|
During the first 2 years of Russkaya Trojka's operations the company transported more than 100 000 TEU.
|31 May 2007|
|08:59||RailRailTransAuto to Put New Terminal into Operation|
In July of the current year RailTransAuto, JSC (the joint venture of Russian Railways and TransGroup AS) is planning to put a new car terminal into operation in the Moscow region.
|18 April 2007|
|12:23||RailVR-Group to Transport More Cars|
According to president and general director of VR-Group Henri Kuitunen, there was supplied 520 thousand cars to Russia via Finland last year.
|22 March 2007|
|13:03||seaEuroChem to Expand Rolling Stock|
In 2007 EuroChem has continued to implement the project for creation of its own specialized rolling stock fleet as a part of the company's Logistics Development Strategy.
|21 February 2007|
|17:35||seaRussian Railways Insist on Tariff Indexation|
Russian Railways, JSC will incur losses if the Ministry of Economic Development does not revise the tariff conditions.
|19 February 2007|
|20:10||containerTransContainer to Invest into Rolling Stock|
The investment program of TransContainer, JCS will make up 5 bn rubles in 2007, said Petr Baskakov, general director of the company, at the conference "Transportation Infrastructure and Logistic in the Impetuous Market Growth Conditions".
According to him, the purchase of platforms and containers, the reconstruction and enlargement of container stations, the purchase load-lifting machinery and means of transport to supply containers to customers as well as the introduction of the united informational system are to be financed in the first place.
|27 December 2006|
|13:52||RailRussian Railways Increase Rolling Stock Acquisition|
In 2006 Russian Railways JSC added to its rolling stock (by acquisition and using leasing schemes) 278 locomotives (against 182 units in 2005), 738 passenger cars (653 in 2005), over 8500 freight cars (8000 in 2005), some 750 electric train cars and rail buses (580 in 2005).
According to RR President Vladimir Yakunin, there were modernized 329 locomotives (312 in 2005), 7700 freight cars (4958 in 2005), 653 passenger cars (431 in 2005).
Over 21 thousand freight cars, 1285 electric-powered locomotives and 1716 diesel locomotive sections, almost 4 thousand passenger cars and 800 electric trains underwent capital repair.