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24 November 2006
14:21seaVladivostok Commercial Sea Port JSC, Alexander Kononenko
Alexander Kononenko Deputy CEO Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port JSC Prospects for developing specialized container handling facilities at Vladivostok Possessing a significant transport-transit potential thanks to its geographical location, Primorye is currently unable to get involved in the world transport system due it a gap in the transport infrastructure development between the adjacent countries of north-eastern Asia (Japan, China and South Korea) and its major "transport workshop" - southern Primorye, which accommodates some 90% of the transport facilities, including the major ports of Vladivostok, Vostochny, Nakhodka, the largest land and air transport enterprises, the most developed railway and road networks. In the light of high rates of trade development between the countries of north-eastern Asia and Asian-Pacific area and Europe the expected estimate of the real potential for growth of cargo turnover via Primorye ports varies from 120 mln.t.
Rating: 1189
13:48seaNippon Yusen Kaisha (N.Y.K.Line), Sakurai, Yukio
Sakurai, Jukio Chief Representative 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.
Rating: 1245
30 March 2006
16:24sea5th 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.
Rating: 3416
10 December 2005
15:50seaGeneral Info
ORGANIZER: SUPPORTED BY: Federal Customs Service RF Federal Agencyfor Maritime and InlandWater Transport SPONSORS: III INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE "FREIGHT.TECH-2005: MODERN TECHNOLOGIES FOR FREIGHT INDUSTRY" Welcome to the Conference photo gallery! On November 24-25, 2005, SeaNews Information&Consulting held in St.
Rating: 6806
15:40seaConference Program
ORGANIZER: SUPPORTED BY: Federal Customs Service RF Federal Agencyfor Maritime and InlandWater Transport SPONSORS: III International Conference "FREIGHT.TECH-2005: Modern Technology for Freight Industry" PLENARY SESSION Welcoming speeches Saint-Petersburg City Administration Committee for Transport and Transit Policy Andrey Karpov, Chairman Organizers of the Conference Marina Beloglazova, SeaNews CEO Reports Admiral Makarov State Maritime Academy: "Information-logistic integration of transport multimodal corridors" Vadim Prokofyev, Candidate of Technical Science, Professor of the Transportation Technology and Organization Department Aldata Solution Finland Oy: "Warehouse Networking for 3PL companies" Jerry Ketola, Sales Director, Supply Chain Management, Russia MTzFER-consulting JSC Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port JSC: "Experience of building corporate information system of Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port on the basis of ERP-system Microsoft Axapta: effective organization of introduction process - half the battle" Maxim Kostandi, First Deputy CEO MET Limited: "Basic tendencies of import of new cars to Russia.
Rating: 4136
24 December 2004
13:56seaThe 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" ORGANIZER: SUPPORT: letter of support letter of support letter of support letter of support--> MEDIA SPONSOR: SPONSORS: 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.
Rating: 4178
23 December 2004
14:15seaCONFERENCE PROGRAM
2-nd ANNUAL CONFERENCE "FREIGHT.TECH-2004: Modern Technology for Freight Industry/Russia" 1st day - November 18, 2004: PLENARY SESSION The Conterra information system - new horizonts of the information cooperation, Alexey Ermolin, IT director, First Container Terminal Productivity and Profitability: The role of IT for the small and medium Terminal Operator, Mike Schwank, President, Tideworks Technology Inc. Information technologies in the transport business, their role in interaction with customers and influence on the service, Nikolay Popov, General director, OOCL Russia Ltd. Restructuring operations at the container terminal of Petrolesport JSC: management and information aspects, Alexey Tickin, Commercial director, Ilya Vorobyev, Director of economy, Petrolesport JSC The COSMOS infromation system for container terminals, Dr.
Rating: 4157
19 December 2004
14:15seaPhoto gallery (page 2)
During the session Break Conversation of the participants Vitaly Terekhov (Sovmortrans), Igor Malozemov (Crystal Service), Vladimir Shumilov Mike Schwank; Andrey Tokarev, Sergey Protopovitch (VCSP); Vladimir Shumilov Albert Likholet (NLE), Dmitry Bolotov (Importpischeprom), Sergey Kozlov (FESCO) Representatives of Russian Railways In the conference hall Alexey Tiskin (Petrolesport) Mike Schwank (Tideworks Technology, Inc), Rik Verspeek (Tideworks Netherlands) Sergey Eliseev (Russian Railways) Andrey Tokarev (VCSP) Report of Alexander Bogorjad (Transaero) Vladimir Shumilov (Morskoy Express Group) Dmitry Ushakov (Refperevozky Agency) Alexey Shubenkov (SITA INC) Speech of Sergey Eliseev (Russian Railways) Questions to the speaker Session At the conference hall At the lobby Evgeny Pimenov (KrasAir), Alexander Bogorjad (Transaero), Alexey Shubenkov (SITA INC), Sergey Chernishev (East Line Group) Special section: modern technologies for air transportation - Alexey Sakhno (Pulkovo Cargo Terminal) Sergey Chernishev (East Line Group), Alexey Shubenkov (SITA INC), Evgeny Pimenov (KrasAir) : 1 2 3 4 5
Rating: 3624
21 June 2004
15:58seaDevelopment of logistics in the consumer's goods sector in Russia
Kirill Vlasov Director general, Russian Logistics Service group. 1.
Rating: 1004
15:30seaPromising technology for customs registration and control
Andrey Boldyrev Deputy director of the head customs control organization department, RF State Customs Committee. Dear Conference participants! Perfecting the system of customs registration and control is based on principally new requirements fixed in the new RF Customs Code.
Rating: 868
 
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