|25 July 2006|
|09:05||seaTransContainer Keeps Learning from Own Mistakes|
3,000 containers are kept waiting for departure in the port of Vostochny.
|28 April 2006|
|13:09||seaNew Line Service of "Russian Troika"|
The new line service of ZAO "Russkaya Troika" has been started at the terminal of the Vostochny International Contaienr Service on the route Nakhodka-Vostochnaya railway station - Moscow.
The first full block train was formed and dispatched on April, 24, 2006.
|20 March 2006|
|14:27||seaRussian Troika Container Traffic|
As of March 20 the container transportation of the Russian Troika JSC made 20.056 TEUs, import made 7.627 TEUs, export - 1.017 TEUs, inland traffic 11.412 TEUs.
4 731 TEU was carried along the Nakhodka - Taganrog route.
|30 November 2005|
|17:20||containerTranscontainer Acquires Fitting platforms at $46 th.|
In 2005 the Russian Railways invested into the development of platforms and containers over 2.6 bn rubles.
According to Petr Baskakov, director of Transcontainer during the conference Rolling stock leasing the company acquired 1,7 th fitting platforms and 3.5 th.
|6 October 2005|
|11:11||seaNew Finland - Russia Rail Service Due|
VR Cargo and Transcontainer agreed to start a joint rail service between Finland and Russian in October 2005.
|15 September 2005|
|12:13||container80-feet Platforms of Russian Troika JSC Put into Operation|
On September 14, 2005 Russian Troika JSC put into operation 10 80-feet fitting platforms.
|16 May 2005|
|11:01||seaVICS' Throughput in 4 Months 2005|
The throughput of Vostochny International Container Services JCS in April 2005 made 23,051 TEUs, a 4.97% plus over the same period of 2004.
During the 4 months of 2005 the terminal handled 94,685 TEUs, which is a 9.04% plus year-on-year.
|8 April 2005|
|11:32||seaBox Train of "Russian Troika"|
The first box train from the South Korea with the car accessories for the Taganrog car factory arrived at the Martsevo station (Taganrog) of the North-Caucasian Railways on April 7, 2005.
|14 March 2005|
|11:27||containerDelo Group to Invest into Container Terminal|
The group of companies Delo enlarges investment into developing their dry port in Novorossiysk.
|30 November 2004|
|14:13||seaNeoCont Launches Container Service|
On November 29 the NeoCont Co has started the rail transportation of the standard containers on the specialized fitting platforms between the port of Vostochny and the rail junction of Moscow.
In future the company plans to transport cargoes from the ports of the Far East of Russia and China to Finland and West Europe.
In 2005 it is planned to acquire 1,000 fitting platforms.
|22 November 2004|
|16:03||containerFESCo Develops Box Fleet|
Far Eastern Shipping Co JSC is planning to increase their container fleet by 35-40%.
|15 November 2004|
|14:13||containerAltaiVagon to Certify Platform |
Altaivagon JSC has certified the new platform of 13-2116 model aimed for the transportation of 3 20’ containers.
|10 August 2004|
|16:33||containerRolling Stock Shortage|
The Byelorussian Railways are pressed for the most frequently needed types of rolling stock - tanks, gondola cars and fitting platforms.
|22 July 2004|
|11:08||seaFESCO Ready to Invest Containers|
Far Eastern Shipping Co in the framework of cooperation with Russian Railways is ready to invest into new fitting platforms and modern hoisting equipment acquisition, informed Yevgeny Ambrosov, general manager of Far Eastern Shipping Co at the meeting devoted to container transportations on July 21, 2004, in Moscow.
Besides, FESCO can put into service several thousand containers of various types and dimensions, which will compensate the lack of ISO containers in the railway's property.
|9 July 2004|
|16:19||seaRussian Troika on Transsib|
The Russian Railways and FESCO joint venture will start working in the 4th quarter of 2004, declared Gennady Fadeev, President of Russian Railways JSC, on July 9, 2004, at the Economic Forum dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Baikal-Amur railway.
The company is expected to be called “Russian Troika”.
|11:20||seaNew Block Train between Nakhodka and Brest|
A regular block train bound for Brest was dispatched from the Nakhodka-Vostochnaya railway station on July 6, 2004.
|29 June 2004|
|10:22||container “Russian Railways” Co to Speed Up TransSiberian Trains|
“Russian Railways” JSC is planning to increase the speed of empty semi-cars and fitting platforms between Nakhodka and Buslovskaya and bring it to 110 km/h, said Valentin Gapanovich, vice-president of “Russian Railways”.
|20 May 2004|
|14:57||containerTransContainer on Container Transportation Market|
Considering the issue of turning affiliating structure of Russian Railways JSC TransContainer into a subsidiary antitrust legislation was taken into account.
|2 April 2003|
|11:00||seaTrans-Siberian Container Traffic Up |
During the last two weeks of March, the volumes of cargo carried by rail in large-capacity containers in the Russian Far East increased.
|26 September 2002|
|11:00||containerBlock Train Links St. Petersburg and Khabarovsk|
September 22, Oktyabrskaya Railway dispatched the first block train from St.