|24 November 2006|
|15:05||seaGlobal Container Service Ltd. (Ruscon), Andrey Naraevsky|
Marketing and Development Director
Global Container Service Ltd.
|13:48||seaNippon Yusen Kaisha (N.Y.K.Line), Sakurai, Yukio|
Nippon Yusen Kaisha (N.Y.K.Line) Moscow Office
Bachelor of law
NYK - global logistics provider
NYK as a Global Container Liner/Logistics Provider
NYK Line (Nippon Yusen Kaisha), a 121-year-old Japanese company, is currently making efforts to be a global logistics provider through use of various management elements of NYK Group companies in the fields of sea, land, and air.
|3 October 2006|
|10:36||seaSecond International Russia & CIS PPP Summit. A practical guide for market participants |
Building on the success of the first event in April 2006, we are pleased to announce our new exciting event on PPP Summit Russia & CIS, to be held on 4-5 December 2006, hotel National, Moscow.
|30 March 2006|
|16:24||sea5th Anniversary International Transport & Logistics Exhibition |
YOUR MEETING POINT ON THE CROSSROADS OF EURASIA!
5th Anniversary Caspian International
Exhibition and Conference
“Transport, Transit & Logistics”
5th Anniversary International Transport & Logistics Exhibition will be held on 17-19 May 2006, Baku, Azerbaijan.
Azerbaijan is boarding with Russia in the North, Iran in the South, Turkey in the South-West, Georgia in the West, and Caspian Sea in the East.
|28 May 2005|
|12:42||seaPresentation of the STS-Logistics - Valentin Vigdorovich|
Organizing efficient cooperation between the transport sector and the customs to increase attractiveness of the Russian ports and border crossings
The growing volume of container transportation, as well as the current situation on the logistics and freight-forwarding services market set new demands in terms of reducing the delivery term.
|24 December 2004|
|13:56||seaThe 2-nd Annual Conference |
"FREIGHT.TECH-2004: Modern Technology for Freight Industry/Russia"
On 18-19 November 2004 in St.Petersburg there took place the II Annual Conference "FREIGHT.TECH-2004: Modern Technology for Freight Industry/Russia"
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On 18-19 November 2004 in St.Petersburg there took place the II All-Russian Conference "FREIGHT.TECH-2004: Modern Technology for Freight Industry/Russia" organised by the SeaNews Information and Consulting under active support of the Federal Maritime and Inland Shipping Agency, the Customs Committee of the Russian Federation, Association of Commercial Sea Ports of Russia and the Russian Association of International Road Carriers.
|2 July 2004|
|16:36||seaContainer flows at Hamburg, sea transportation between Hamburg and Russia. Conception of operating on the Russian market|
Head of the Saint-Petersburg represenation of port of Hamburg
I'd like first of all to compliment the decision to hold this conference in early summer before the holidays season.
|26 December 2003|
MODERN TECHNOLOGY FOR FREIGHT INDUSTRY / RUSSIA - 2003
Conference Hall "The Roof"
9.00 Welcoming Speech
9.05 First Container Terminal Information System.
|6 October 2003|
|12:55||seaBaltic Maritime and Trade Summit|
Day 1 - Programme
Alan Perry, Zelus
Chairman's Opening Remarks
Alec Crawford, Former Chairman, K Line Europe and Maritime Consultant
Ainars Slesers, Deputy Prime Minister
Statement from Transport Minister
Roberts Zile, Minister of Transport for Latvia
Welcome to Riga
Gundars Bojars, Mayor of Riga
Prospects for the Freeport of Riga and Latvian Trade
.Leonids Loginovs, Chief Executive Officer, Freeport of Riga Authority
Marin Hili, Chairman, Baltic Container Terminal, Riga
Global container trade prospects and the implications for the Baltic region on a short, medium and long-term basis.
Andy Penfold, Director - Ocean Shipping Consultants
CARRIER OPERATIONS & ANALYSIS - deep sea
A leading deep sea operator provides an assessment of the importance of the Baltic region, identifies its preferred strategy for serving the region and comments on the merits and demerits of alternative strategies
Mediterranean Shipping Company, speaker to be advised
Short-Sea and Feeder
Will the Baltic always play second fiddle to the mega hubs in northern Europe, what potential is there for a major hub in the Baltic and direct calls here or elsewhere, and what is the preferred feedering method?
Niels Harnack, Managing Director, Team Lines
Short-Sea Understanding the Business The Baltic-North Europe Link
Europe’s leading port, the Port of Rotterdam, puts a lot of effort into understanding the short-sea business and preparing for the challenges that lie ahead.
|17 July 2002|
|11:00||Port SaidThe Future of the Baltic Ports. Partnership in EU|
We have the pleasure to inform you about the 4th International Forum
“The Future of the Baltic Ports.
|10 June 2002|
|11:00||seaTransit and Baltic Port Development Prospects|
Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Germany
Euro-Asian Transport Union