|24 September 2008|
|20:15||transport corridorFrom Russia and Kazakhstan to China|
|28 September 2007|
|15:20||serviceHMM Established Express Rail Service|
|14 August 2007|
|12:43||TuapseTuapse Export Terminal to Reach Projected Capacity by 2010|
|10 August 2007|
|19:09||seaUkraine and Romania Adopt Ferry Service Project|
|19 July 2007|
|08:44||seaTransport Corridor to Be Established in Tuapse|
Last week Tuapse Export Terminal and Tuapse Oil-Processing Factory signed a record on the joint work to develop the project of the Tuapse transport corridor building, reports Interfax-Yug.
This project will include maritime facilities, coastal protection, car viaduct and some other objects.
|13 June 2007|
|11:59||seaRF Ministry of Transport Is Planning to Increase Capacity of Multimodal Terminals|
The capacity of the Russian multimodal transport and logistics terminals will have totaled more than 100 mn tons per year by the year of 2010.
|6 June 2007|
|14:58||seaPort of Tuapse Began to Build Grain Terminal|
The Tuapse Commercial Sea Port began to build a new grain terminal, reports Vedomosti quoting Irina Davidyan, the head of handling and freight department of Independent Transport Company.
According to her, it is scheduled to have put the first stage of the terminal into operation by the beginning of season 2008.
|22 May 2007|
|17:15||sea40 bn to Build Port|
During the session of the Russian-Iranian work group devoted to the development of the transport corridor North-South Alexandr Davydenko, the head of the Federal Sea and River Transport Agency, announced that the RF Ministry of Transport intends to have invested about 40 bn rubles in the building of the port Olya by the year of 2010.
It is stressed that 700 mn rubles were laid in the federal budget of the current year to build the port.
|10 May 2007|
|12:19||Port SaidBelarus Wants to Extend Transport Corridor N5 |
The Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Belarus asked the European Economic Commission of United Nations Organization to support its idea to extend the transport corridor N5 via the Republic of Belarus up to Minsk, reports the Embassy of Belarus in Russia.
|2 May 2007|
|16:36||seaKazakhstan to Build Road from China to Europe |
The Government of Kazakhstan is examining the project of building a new transport corridor West Europe - West China, reports RBC.
The project is worth $2.3 bn, reports Reuters quoting the report of the RK minister of transport and communication.
|19 February 2007|
|17:35||seaRussian Railways Planning Logistic Centers |
Russian Railways JSC is going to develop up to 8-10 logistic centers, integrated into the process of rail transit and providing a full scope of cargo and container operations.
|6 September 2006|
|12:31||seaNew Investor in Port Olya|
Dagestanian businessman Jamal Pashaev became the owner of the Russian Seaport Olya in the North Caspian Sea.
He acquired the shareholding of Sea Commercial Port Olya JSC from the Moscow finacial consulting company "Industrial Investments".
|18 May 2006|
|16:57||Saint-PetersburgConstruction of Eastern Semi-Circle |
The construction of Eastern semi-circle of the ring road around St.Petersburg is to be completed by 2012.
|14 November 2005|
|15:42||projectsDemo Freight Train "Russia Express"|
A demo freight train "Russia Express" to carry cargo on the Berlin - Warsaw - Minsk - Moscow route will bound along the second transport corridor on November 17-20.
The project is realized to attract additional cargo flows to the East via Belarus.
|17 October 2005|
|10:26||seaNew Suez Planned in Russia|
The Ministry of economic development and trade under the Stavropol Kray administration is developing a project worth $5+7 bn to build a canal linking the Caspian and the Black seas.
The 16 m deep and 70 m wide canal is planned to be built across the territory of the Kalmyk Republic, the Stvropol Kray and the rostov Oblast.
Victor Milenin of the Kay ministry described the project as 'a new transport corridor repeating the idea of the Suez and aimed for developing Russia's trade with foreign countries.'
He also added that the project envisages the up till now unheard of Divnoe settlement in the Stavropol Kray as a new commercial port on the canal.
The Kray ministry has started developing the business resume of the project and later on intends to announce a tender for writing a business plan.
The regional ministry expects the project to attract foreign capital via concession mechanism.
|13 April 2005|
|15:55||seaCargo Traffic of Caspar |
In January-March 2005 the ships of the Caspian Shipping Co carried 3,236 th.tons of cargo, which increased the expected figures by 8%.
2,390 th.tons was carried by the tankers of the company, 574 th.tons - by the ferries and 272 th.tons - by the dry cargo ships.
In Q1 of 2005 2,424 th.tons of cargo was carried by the routes of the Eurasian transport corridor in the Caspian Sea (+15% year-on-year).
|22 February 2005|
|13:18||projectsNew Participants of ITC Agreement |
Turkey and Ukraine are to join the agreement on the international transport corridor North-South.
|27 October 2004|
|14:19||containerPayment Introduction |
Truckers will have to pay for using the Eastern semi-circle of the ring road around St.Petersburg, declared Igor Levitin, RF Minister of Transport.
|17 September 2004|
|13:18||seaLogistic Center in Ekaterinburg |
European and Asian international transport and logistic center JSC is starting the construction of a new logistic center in Ekaterinburg.
|13 September 2004|
|18:45||projectsGPS or “Galileo”|
The European Commission supported the idea to start negotiations with Ukraine concerning its participation in the creation of the European global radio navigation system “Galileo” (the analog of the American Global Position System).