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25 October 2005
12:13conference"Shipping Finance and Development in Russia and CIS" Conference
What is the future of shipping in Russia and CIS? Does the legal, financial and ethical framework meet the needs of Russia's maritime growth? Do you have the nerve to invest in Russia/CIS? The two-day conference "Shipping Finance and Development in Russia and CIS" which is to be held on November 24-25, 2005 in Hotel Le Royal Meridien National, Moscow, Russia, will bring together experts in shipbuilding, ship owners, financiers and lawyers to discuss how to raise finance for building/buying ships, legal framework, tax implications, leasing/chartering vessels and operating fleets.
Rating: 3113
25 June 2005
15:27seaII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE "FREIGHT-2005: CONTAINER TRANSPORTATION IN RUSSIA AND CIS"
ORGANIZER: SUPPORT: Federal Customs Service RF Federal Agencyfor Maritime and InlandWater Transport SPONSORS: GENERAL MEDIA PARTNER: On 2-3 June 2005 in St.Petersburg there was held the II International Conference "FREIGHT-2005: Container transportation in Russia and CIS" Welcome to the Conference photo gallery! On 2-3 June 2005 the SeaNews Information&Consulting held the II International Conference "FREIGHT-2005: Container transportation in Russia and CIS".
Rating: 10025
31 May 2005
16:02seaPresentation of the Stim Ltd. - Alexandr Borodulin
STIM's experience at container transportation development in Russia Alexandr Borodulin General Director Stim Ltd. Dear participants of the Conference! In my report I would like to highlight certain problems of domestic container transportation in Russia.
Rating: 2103
29 April 2005
16:56seaInternational conference "FREIGHT-2005: Far East"
ORGANIZER: SUPPORT: Federal Customs Service RF Federal Agencyfor Maritime and InlandWater Transport Primorie Kray Administration OFFICIAL SPONSOR: Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port DELIVERY SPONSOR: On April 15, 2005 SeaNews Information & Consulting held the International Conference "FREIGHT-2005: Far East" in Vladivostok.
Rating: 8159
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: 4177
29 January 2002
11:00customsInvesting in the Russian Automotive Sector
Fifth International Forum Adam Smith Institute INVESTING IN THE RUSSIAN AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR 12 & 13 March 2002, Kempinski Baltshung Hotel, Moscow The Adam Smith Institute is pleased to invite you to participate in its forthcoming Forum on "Investing in the Russian Automotive Sector". Major western companies such as Ford and GM are already making headway in the sector - but further commercial opportunities continue to open up for manufacturers and components suppliers alike. Issues that will be discussed during this high-level event include: Restructuring and Consolidation of the Russian Automotive Market Policy changes affecting tariff structures, customs procedures and pricing Long-term strategies of Western manufacturers for the Russian auto market Financing issues for the automotive sector Speakers will include high-profile industry executives from domestic and multinational companies active in Russia, notably: Henrik Nenzen, President, Ford Russia, Vladimir Kadannikov, Chairman of the Board, AVTOVAZ, David Herman, President, General Motors, Russia, Andrei Koushnirenko, Director of Tariffs & Regulation, Ministry of Economic Development & Trade, Gerhard Hilgert, President, DaimlerChrysler Automotive, Russia, Jerry, Koenig, General Director, Johnson Controls, Russia, Vadim Shvetsov, Deputy General Director, Severstal, Russia. For a full list of speakers and an updated programme, please refer to our website (www.asi-conferences.com). The forum will give you access to the latest industry information, enable you to hear the opinions of key players from the sector, network and exchange ideas.
Rating: 2022
28 August 2001
11:00Port SaidCurrent Issue of "The Terminal": Oil
New issue of the "Terminal" magazine N3 (28) is devoted to oil matters. It features new up-to-date materials on the BTS contsruction, the work of the "St.Petersburg Oil Terminal" and the oil terminal in the Batareynaya bay, reflects in the problems of oil overflow and the possibilities of its solution. The new issue also pays attention to the scientific forecasts in the sphere of transport, the customs-related matters, the problems of survey.
Rating: 2074
 
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