|31 July 2007|
|17:43||projectsTerminal at Utkina Zavod Ready for Launch|
The new "A" class storage terminal in Utkina Zavod (Saint-Petersburg, Vsevolozhsk region) is ready for the official launch.
|26 July 2007|
|09:45||seaVolgotanker to Be Sold in September|
The shipping company Volgotanker can be sold in September of the current year, reports Interfax.
According to Boris Ardalin, the minister of transport, communications and roads of the Samara region, there are some potential investors who are ready to give money, renew the fleet and recover old ships.
|28 June 2007|
|08:46||projectsX5 Retail Group to Build 10 Logistics Centers|
According to Kommersant, X5 Retail Group intends to build a logistics center of 30-50 thousand sq.m.
|1 June 2007|
|12:28||projects2 Logistics Centers to Be Built in Volga Region |
The company Eurasia logistic is going to build 2 A-Class logistics centers in the Volga region, reports Vedomosti.
It is scheduled to begin the building in the Saratov and Samara regions in 2008.
|28 May 2007|
|09:27||Port SaidSamara River Port Has Decreased Its Losses|
In January-March of the current year the Samara River Port's dead loss totaled 16.4 mn rubles.
|10 April 2007|
|10:01||projectsNew Logistics Center in Ufa |
The building of the new logistics center Bashkirsky wholesale market will be begun in summer of the current year, reports Interfax.
The logistics center of total area 24 hectares will be situated on the highway Samara-Ufa- Chelyabinsk.
The area of logistics warehouses will be 100 thousand sq m, the trade and exhibition area - 20 thousand sq m.
|20 March 2007|
|15:35||seaSamara Container Project|
The government of the Samara region is working out a project of a transport center to handle different types of cargo and containers, reports Vedomosty.
The project is worth 7,5 bn rubles.
|1 March 2007|
|13:35||seaKuehne + Nagel Expands in Russia|
Kuehne + Nagel has announced its ambitious strategic development plans for Russia.
|11 January 2007|
|14:51||Saint-PetersburgOne Fourth of Imported Cars Sold in Moscow|
In 2006 some 25-27% of all the new foreign made cars imported into Russia were sold in Moscow, however, not all these - to Moscow citizens as people keep coming to the capital from the neighbouring regions to make a purchase.
According to Car Statistics Co, for some brands Moscow accounts for as much as 60% of their entire Russian sales.
|3 December 2006|
AB DFDS LISCO
Alexey Slipenciuk, Linear Manager
Administraton of Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg
Vladimir Molchanov, Deputy Head
Admiral, Logistics group
Yuri Saulidi, CEO
APL CIS Ltd.
|28 November 2006|
|10:40||seaVolgotanker Sailed Off|
27 November the Samara region prosecutor forwarded to the local court a criminal case against the managers of JSC Volgotanker who are accused of fraud and money abuse.
|13 November 2006|
|10:44||projectsNew Logistic Center in Omsk |
Eurasia Logistic Ltd plans to build the A class logistic center in Omsk.
|25 October 2006|
|11:56||projectsInvestments For Auto-passage West Europe - China|
Kazakh prime minister Daniap Akhmetov thinks it is necessary to include into 2007 republican budget some funds for technical-economic base for the Kazakh part of transnational auto-passage Western Europe - China.
Corresponding task was given to corresponding state structures at a meeting in Astana, where the project realization matters were discussed, reports Gudok newspaper.
At the session the representatives of European, Worlds and Islamic development Banks expressed their support and readiness to participate.
According to Kazakh Transportation Ministry total length of the road Western Europe - China will be approximately 8 thousand 998 kilometers, 3200 km of it will run on the Kazakh part on the basis of existing road Samara - Chimkent - Taraz - Kordai - Alma -Aty - Khorgos.
650 km of it have been already reconstructed.
|4 October 2006|
|10:00||inland shippingVolgotanker Fires Its Employees|
More than 6 thousand "Volgotanker" masters, engineers and seamen were fired due to "reduction of staff".
|1 September 2006|
|16:05||projectsMagnit To Open Supermarkets And Hypermarkets |
The discount chain Magnit, which had over 1,680 outlets as of July 1, 2006, is to build trademark hypermarkets and Tander supermarkets.
|17 August 2006|
|15:12||seaVolgotanker Halves Losses |
Russian owner Volgotanker has managed to cut its losses in the first half of 2006, but the company remains crippled by back-tax claims.
|14 July 2006|
|10:28||Saint-PetersburgSunway Group To Build Terminal|
St.Petersburg-based Sunway Group, largest fruit and vegetables importer, plans to build the terminal to store vegetables.
Recently Igor Khayak CEO of Sunway, announced the company's plans to invest $100 mn into the construction of the 6 logistics terminals in Moscow, St.Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Krasnodar, Samara.
|5 July 2006|
|18:37||seaKarachaganak Oil Starts Flowing Through Russia To Odessa|
Exports of crude oil from the Karachaganak field in northwestern Kazakhstan have begun to be shipped out of the Ukrainian port of Odessa, consortium partner OAO Lukoil Holdings said Wednesday.
Lukoil Overseas Holding said a first cargo of 10,000 tons, or 73,000 barrels, of Russian Export Blend Crude Oil was loaded onto the Seasong tanker by a major oil trader.
The new export route is the result of an agreement between Karachaganak Petroleum Operating, the consortium that operates the field, and pipeline operator KazTransOil, which allows the crude to be pumped also through the Russian trunk pipeline system.
Transit of oil and gas exports has become a major sticking point in discussions between Russia and the European Union in recent months, with arguments over the lack of a legal framework for such transits overshadowing case-by-case arrangements such as the one announced Wednesday.
The agreement allows to pump oil via the Karachaganak-Bolshoy Chagan-Samara route.
|11 May 2006|
|15:16||seaVolgotanker Misses Summer Start |
Struggling Russian tanker owner Volgotanker fears losing more clients as mounting sanctions by the state have ground the already crippled company to a complete halt.
|5 May 2006|
|21:04||seaMurmansk, Tallinn and Sebastopol |
The ports of Tallinn on the Baltic, Murmansk in the Arctic and the Black Sea's Sevastopol are likely to handle more Russian fuel oil and gasoil due to a crisis at Russia's river shipper Volgotanker, traders said on Friday.
But they predicted that Volgotanker's tax dispute with the state, which has blocked its fuel oil shipments towards Russia's port of Saint Petersburg, would slash overall export volumes as alternative routes lack sufficient throughput capacity.
"We are hearing that there will be no prompt resolution of the crisis, so we have started looking at alternative options," said a trading source involved in operations.
"It seems that Murmansk and Sevastopol could become alternative routes for fuel oil, while Tallinn could handle some VGO (vacuum gasoil)," the source said.
Volgotanker, Europe's largest products carrier by river, said last week that it was unable to start shipping products to St Petersburg because it had been barred from operating, including buying bunker fuel to allow its tankers to sail.
Its board met last week and called on the state to resolve the crisis but the company is still waiting for a response.
"The situation is still where it was last week.