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Международная конференция
«HEAVY CASPIAN 2018»

26 апреля завершила свою работу VII международная конференция «HEAVY CASPIAN 2018», Место проведения – Ташкент, Узбекистан.

Ташкент второй раз принимал конференцию «HEAVY CASPIAN» и это не случайно. В Узбекистане за последние 9 лет реализовано свыше 600 стратегических проектов, в том числе по строительству и реконструкции объектов нефтегазовой и энергетической отрасли. В перспективе до 2019 года Узбекистан планирует реализовать еще 900 новых проектов в промышленности, где будет освоен в общей сложности 41 миллиард долларов.

В этом году конференцию посетило около 90 делегатов из Казахстана, России, Узбекистана, Туркменистана, Беларуси, Латвии, Грузии, Турции и Германии.

Открыл конференцию доклад компании «LS Heavylift», которая осуществила транспортировку компонентов ветряных турбин для ветряной электростанции из порта Поти в район города Гори (Грузия). Это пока первый подобный проект на территории этой страны.

Тему доставки уникальных грузов по территории Кавказа продолжил Александр Кривошеев, генеральный директор компании «DAKOTRANS». Он рассказал о проекте доставки оборудования на Армянскую АЭС. Турбогенератор, изготовленный в Санкт-Петербурге, доставили по морю в порт Поти и оттуда, по железной дороге на площадку Армянской АЭС.

Особый интерес делегатов вызвал доклад Людмилы Мельниковой, начальника отдела железнодорожных перевозок компании A.R.T. Business Group. Она поделилась опытом доставки оборудования из Китая на стройплощадку Рагунской ГЭС в Таджикистане. В своем докладе Людмила Мельникова подробно остановилась на особенностях таможенного регулирования транзитных грузов в странах по пути следования оборудования.

Тагаева Нилюфар, генеральный директор компании «Аксесс Уорлд Транспорт», рассказала об интересном проекте перевозки негабаритного груза для Азиатского Газопровода. Компания перевезла части турбин Rolls Royce из порта в Самаре в Казахстан. Каждая единица груза весила 59 тонн и размеры каждой части 11,18м (длина) х 4,88м (ширина) х 4,34м( высота).

Директор компании «Глогос проект» Константин Гриневич, в своем выступлении подробно остановился на всех нюансах перевозки проектных грузов на Каспии. Отельной темой прозвучала информация об ограничениях, связанных с особенностями Волго-Донского канала и туннелями на маршруте порты Грузии-порт Баку. Также была дана характеристика всем портам трансшимпента на Черном море.

Евгений Клыковский из компании «Петро-ХэХуа» рассказал об опыте доставки буровой установки весом 1000 тонн по маршруту Китай- Казахстан- Оренбург.

Отдельная секция конференции была посвящена опыту доставки проектных грузов в страны Средней Азии турецкими транспортными компаниями. Своим опытом поделились сотрудники HAREKET HEAVY LIFTING & PROJECT (проект доставки оборудования для проекта Южный Иолотань) и компании Mağdenli (проект доставки труб большого диаметра для трубопровода Бау-Тбилиси-Джейхан).

На второй день конференции для участников конференции была организована экскурсия по Ташкенту и обед в национальном ресторане.

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Глобальный партнер

FESCO

Спонсоры

INDUSTRIE COMETTO S.P.A.

Информационные спонсоры

Rzd-Partner magazine

журнал «Основные средства?»

Turksib Magistral

журнал  Транс-Logistics Казахстан

Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN)

CLC Projects

Project Cargo Weekly

Specialist Freight Networks

World Freight Network


Программа конференции
«HEAVY CASPIAN 2018»

09.00-10.00 Регистрация участников конференции

I Сессия. Особенности логистики КТГ в странах Кавказа

  • Доклад «LS Heavylift»
  • Транспортировка компонентов ветряных турбин для ветряной электростанции в Картли (Грузия)
  • Irakli Tsankashvili
  • Доклад «DAKOTRANS»
  • Доставка оборудования на Армянскую АЭС
  • Александр Кривошеев, генеральный директор

11.00-11.30 кофе-брейк

II Сессия. Реализация крупных инфраструктурных проектов. Делимся опытом.

  • Доклад A.R.T. Business Group
  • Проект доставки оборудования в Таджикистан
  • Людмила Мельникова, начальник отдела железнодорожных перевозок
  • Доклад «Аксесс Уорлд Транспорт»
  • Перевозка негабаритного груза для Азиатского Газопровода в Казахстане
  • Тагаева Нилюфар, генеральный директор

13.00-14.00 обед

III Сессия. Актуальные вопросы логистики КТГ

  • Доклад «Узбекистон темир йуллари»
  • Особенности железнодорожной доставки проектных грузов в Узбекистан
  • Доклад «Глогос проект»
  • Особенности перевозки КТГ на Каспии
  • Константин Гриневич, директор
  • Доклад «Петро-ХэХуа»
  • Опыт доставки буровой установки весом 1000 тонн по маршруту Китай- Казахстан- Оренбург
  • Евгений Клыковский

15.30-16.00 кофе-брейк

IV Сессия. Проектная логистика в регионе, взгляд из Турции

  • HAREKET HEAVY LIFTING & PROJECT
  • Проект доставки оборудования для проекта Южный Иолотань
  • Gürkan Doğan, Business Development and Marketing Director
  • Доклад Mağdenli
  • Организация транспортировки проектных грузов между Турцией и Казахстаном, Туркменистаном, Узбекистаном, Азербайджаном

17.00-19.00 ужин


Список участников

ГРУЗОВЛАДЕЛЬЦЫ

  • Gazprom International, Представительства в Узбекистане
  • Рашидов Дилшод, заместитель директора
  • Назаров Азизбек, главный специалист
  • ERIELL Group
  • Султанбек Каюмов, руководитель отдела Логистики
  • Хасан Маликов, руководитель проекта по логистике
  • Toyo Engineering Corporation
  • 2 делегата
  • ЛУКОЙЛ Узбекистан Оперейтинг Компани
  • Егоренков Дмитрий, начальник отдала логистики
  • Симагин Игорь, менеджер по логистическому сопровождению капитальных проектов
  • ПЕТРО-ХЭХУА (Группа компаний «HAIHUA INDUSTRY GROUP»)
  • Евгений Клыковский, начальник отдела логистики
  • Силовые машины
  • Самсонов И.В., директор по логистике

ТРАНСПОРТНО-ЭКСПЕДИТОРСКИЕ КОМПАНИИ

  • ARK LOGISTICS (Узбекистан)
  • Jurabek Razzokov, General Director
  • A.R.T. Business Group (Казахстан)
  • Алия Мусина, генеральный директор
  • Людмила Мельникова, начальник отдела железнодорожных перевозок
  • ALE Heavy Lift (Казахстан)
  • Yoldashov Ali, General Manager
  • Stuart Robinson, Business Development Manager
  • Access World Transport (Казахстан)
  • Nilufar Tagaeva
  • Aronaks LS (Казахстан)
  • Иембергенов Канат, директор
  • Caspian Jibek Joly (Казахстан)
  • Баймухамедов Газиз, генеральный директор
  • СF&S Kazakhstan
  • Евгений Кан, генеральный директор
  • CJ ICM Tashkent (Узбекистан)
  • Djakhangir Mamadjanov, CEO
  • Behzod Yunusaliev, Project Operations Manager
  • Khurshidbek Fazilov, Project Manager
  • deugro Projects (Узбекистан)
  • Вершинский Леонид, генеральный представитель в Средней Азии
  • DAKOTRANS (Россия)
  • Александр Кривошеев, генеральный директор
  • FESCO Transportation Group (Россия)
  • Яруллин Марат, начальник Управления продаж
  • Great Silk Road (Туркменистан)
  • Игорь Тулиев, директор по проектам
  • Александр Беляев, менеджер по проектов
  • Кемаль Мухаммедов, менеджер проектов
  • GEFCO Forwarding Kazakhstan
  • Елена Нецветаева, менеджер по работе с ключевыми клиентами
  • Hareket (Турция)
  • Gurkan Dogan, Business Development and Marketing Director
  • Kita Logistics (Турция)
  • Cem Ercan, Project Logistics Supervisor
  • K-TRANSGROUP (Казахстан)
  • Атайбеков Самат, директор
  • KGE BALTICS (Латвия)
  • Артем Козлов, директор по развитию бизнеса
  • LS Heavylift (Грузия)
  • Ираклий Цанкашвили, генеральный директор
  • Реваз Хурцилава, заместитель генерального директора
  • Mağdenli Transport and Trade Co. (Турция)
  • Deniz Gezgin, Sales and Marketing Manager
  • MAMMOET-KASMASHAL (Казахстан)
  • Matthew Collins, Country Manager
  • NAWINIA RUS (Россия)
  • Урван Олег, исполнительный директор
  • R Group (Беларусь)
  • Соловчук Вероника, руководитель отдела продаж
  • Васильев Алексей, менеджер по работе с клиентами
  • Suvari Shipping & Trading Co. Ltd (Турция)
  • Ismail TERZI, Managing Director
  • Cilem Ezgi BAYHAN, Business Development Specialist
  • Technowest ltd. (Казахстан)
  • Мин Константин, директор
  • АТР (Россия)
  • Дедов Евгений, генеральный директор
  • Асеев Олег
  • Бенчмарк-Транспорт (Россия)
  • Чегодаев Алексей, учредитель компании
  • Белуга Проджектс Лоджистик (Россия)
  • Бокатый Валентин, коммерческий Директор
  • Волго-Балтик Логистик (Россия)
  • Гольдин Евгений, генеральный директор
  • Зубаков Виталий, зам. генерального директора
  • ГК «Кин-Марк» (Россия)
  • Станислав Крамник, генеральный директор
  • Линдстрем Алексей, руководитель проектного отдела
  • Евротранзит Терминал
  • Сергей Гордиенко, директор
  • КРАФТ СПЕДИШН (Казахстан)
  • Исаев Ерлан, генеральный директор
  • Логберг- Транс (Россия)
  • Насонов Юрий, директор по логистике
  • Тищенко Марина, начальник автотранспортного отдела
  • Маммут Рус
  • Готальский Александр, коммерческий менеджер
  • Зенитов Салихат, проектный менеджер
  • М-ГРУПП (Россия)
  • Егиазарян Сергей, генеральный директор
  • Ераносян Ани, исполнительный директор
  • НС Транс (Россия)
  • Иван Подлужный, отдел негабаритных перевозок
  • Павел Родин, фрахтовый отдел
  • Ориент Логистик (Узбекистан)
  • Константин Мельников
  • РЖД Логистика (Россия)
  • Горбунов Антон, директор по продажам
  • РТЛ (Россия)
  • Марченко Виктор, директор по развитию бизнеса в РФ и СНГ
  • Транзит-М (Россия)
  • Москвин Сергей, исполнительный директор
  • ТУРКСИБ Магистраль (Узбекистан)
  • Жан Айдаров, генеральный директор
  • Володина Елена, заместитель генерального директора по развитию бизнеса
  • Tёббе Шверласт Ост ГмбХ (Германия)
  • Эдуард Зутке, руководитель проекта по логистике
  • Универсальный Экспедитор (Россия)
  • Черных Алексей, директор Санкт-Петербургского филиала
  • ЦФС РАША
  • Вадим Романов, директор департамента по оперированию собственным подвижным составом
  • ЭНИКА ЭКСПРЕСС РУС
  • Рябов Олег, руководитель отдела проектных перевозок

СУДОХОДНЫЕ КОМПАНИИ И ФРАХТОВЫЕ БРОКЕРЫ

  • Glogos Project (Россия)
  • Константин Гриневич, директор
  • МТ Групп (Россия)
  • Кропоткин Денис, руководитель фрахтового отдела
  • Филиппов Филипп, директор по эксплуатации флота
  • Северо-Западное пароходство (Россия)
  • Алёшкин Игорь, заместитель коммерческого директора
  • Сергей Левитский, ведущий специалист по фрахтовой деятельности

КРАНОВЫЕ РАБОТЫ И ТАКЕЛАЖ

  • ГК «СОПиГ» (Россия)
  • Ахметов Ильдар, директор
  • Чопаева Юлия, руководитель группы по реализации проектов
  • ТопКран (Россия)
  • Григорян Григори, генеральный директор
  • ТопКран-Юг (Россия)
  • Арутюнян Вачаган, генеральный директор
  • Козаренко Алексей, заместитель генерального директора

АВИАКОМПАНИИ и АВИБРОКЕРЫ

  • Авиакомпания «Волга-Днепр» (Россия)
  • Карташов Александр, ведущий специалист по развитию бизнеса

СЮРВЕЙЕРА и СТРАХОВЫЕ КОМПАНИИ

  • TT Club (Россия)
  • Шарова Оксана, заместитель генерального директора по страхованию грузов

ПРОИЗВОДИТЕЛИ ОБОРУДОВАНИЯ

  • FAYMONVILLE RUSS
  • Елена Фадеева, генеральный директор
  • Liebherr (Россия)
  • Семушкин Дмитрий
  • Подъемная сила Гидроласт (Россия)
  • Романов Иван, менеджер по продажам
  • ЦСТ «ТрансЛифтТехника» (Россия)
  • Демин Евгений, директор

Место проведения

Место проведения

Конференция «HEAVY CASPIAN 2018»

Конференция пройдет в Международном бизнес-центе IBC в конференц-зале «Навои» (находится на 7-м этаже здания).

Адрес: Ташкент, проспект Амира Темура, 107В, станция метро «Бадамзар» (зеленая ветка), сайт — www.ibc.uz

Телефон: (+998 71) 238 58 34

В непосредственной близости от конференц-зала расположены отели Хилтон Ташкени (в одном комплексе с бизнес-центром) и Radisson Blu Hotel.

На этой же линии метро (зеленая ветка) находятся такие отели как: Wyndham Tashkent, Отель Узбекистан, City Palace Hotel Tashkent, Hyatt Regency Tashkent,
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International Conference
«HEAVY CASPIAN 2018»

The 7th International Conference HEAVY CASPIAN 2018 was held on April 26 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

That was the second time Tashkent hosted the HEAVY CASPIAN Conference and there is a good reason for that. More than 600 strategic projects have been executed in Uzbekistan for the last nine years, including construction and retrofit of oil, gas and power-generating facilities. In 2019 perspective, Uzbekistan plans to implement 900 more new projects in the industry, with a total of $41 billion to be absorbed.

This year, the conference was attended by approximately 90 delegates from Kazakhstan, Russia, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Belarus, Latvia, Georgia, Turkey and Germany.

The opening speech was made by LS Heavylift which had completed transportation of the wind turbines components for the wind power plant from Poti Port to the vicinity of Gori city (Georgia). So far, this is the first project of its kind in the territory of this country.

The subject of unique cargo deliveries over the Caucasus area was followed up by Aleksandr Krivosheev, General Director of DAKOTRANS. He spoke about delivery of equipment to the Armenian NPP. The turbine generator, which had been fabricated in St. Petersburg, was shipped by sea to the Port of Poti and then carried to the Armenian NPP site by railroad.

Of particular interest to the delegates was the speech made by Lyudmila Melnikova, Head of Railway Transportation Department, A.R.T. Business Group. She shared experience of delivering the equipment from China to Ragunskaya HPP construction site in Tajikistan. In her speech, Lyudmila Melnikova expanded on specifics of customs clearance of transit cargoes and equipment in the countries enroute.

Nilufar Tagaeva, General Director of Access World Transport, described an interesting project of oversize hauling for the Asia Gas Pipeline. The company transported components of Rolls Royce turbines from the port in Samara to Kazakhstan. Each freight item weighed 59 tons and each part was sized 11.18 m (length) х 4.88 m (width) х 4.34 m (height).

Konstantin Grinevich, Director of Glogos Project, elaborated on all the aspects of project freight in the Caspian region. The separate topic included limitations related to specifics of the Volga-Don Shipping Canal and tunnels on the route between the ports of Georgia and Port of Baku. All transhipment ports in the Black Sea were also defined and characterized.

Evgeny Klykovskiy from Petro-Haihua Company spoke about expertise of delivering the 1,000-ton drilling rig via China-Kazakhstan-Orenburg route.

One of the conference sessions was focused on best practices of delivering project loads to Central Asia countries by Turkish transport firms. Experience was pooled by representatives of HAREKET HEAVY LIFTING & PROJECT (delivery of equipment for South Yoloten Project) and Mağdenli (delivery of large-bore piping for the Baku–Tbilisi–Ceyhan Pipeline).

On the second day of the conference the participants were invited to a tour of Tashkent and lunch in a national restaurant.

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журнал  Транс-Logistics Казахстан

Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN)

CLC Projects

Project Cargo Weekly

Specialist Freight Networks

World Freight Network


Agenda HEAVY CASPIAN 2018

9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Registration of conference participants

Session I. Specifics of Heavy-Lift Logistics in the Caucasian Countries

  • LS Heavylift
  • Transporting the Wind Turbines Components for the Wind Power Plant in Kartli (Georgia)
  • Irakli Tsankashvili, Chief Executive Officer
  • DAKOTRANS
  • Delivery of Equipment to the Armenian NPP
  • Aleksandr Krivosheev, General Director

11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Coffee break

Session II. Implementation of Major Infrastructure Projects. Sharing Experience.

  • A.R.T. Business Group
  • Ragunskaya HPP in Tajikistan: Equipment Delivery Project
  • Lyudmila Melnikova, Head of Railway Transportation Department
  • Access World Transport
  • Oversize Hauling for the Asia Gas Pipeline in Kazakhstan
  • Nilufar Tagaeva, General Director

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Lunch

Session III. Hot OOG Logistics Issues

  • O’zbekiston Temir Yo’llari
  • Aspects of Railroad Delivery of Project Freight to Uzbekistan
  • Glogos Project
  • Specifics of OOG Shipping in the Caspian Region
  • Konstantin Grinevich, Director
  • Petro-Haihua
  • Insight on 1,000-ton Drilling Rig Delivery via China-Kazakhstan-Orenburg
  • Evgeny Klykovskiy

3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Coffee break

Session IV. Project Logistics in the Region, Glance from Turkey.

  • HAREKET HEAVY LIFTING & PROJECT
  • Delivery of Equipment for South Yoloten Project
  • Gürkan Doğan, Business Development and Marketing Director
  • Mağdenli
  • Arranging Project Freight between Turkey and Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan

5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Dinner


Delegate List
Conference «Heavy Caspian 2018»

Cargo owners

  • Gazprom International (Representative office in Uzbekistan)
  • Rashidov Dilshod, deputy Director
  • Nazarov Azizbek, chief specialist
  • ERIELL Group
  • Sultanbek Kayumov, Head of Logistics Department
  • Hasan Malikov, Logistics Project Manager
  • LUKOIL Uzbekistan operating company
  • Yegorenkov Dmitry, head of logistics Department
  • Simagin Igor , manager of logistics support for capital projects
  • Petro-Haihua
  • Evgeny Klykovskiy, Нead of logistics Department
  • Power Machines
  • Samsonov Igor, Director of Logistics

Transport and logistics companies

  • ALE Heavylift (Kazakhstan)
  • Ali Yoldashov, General Manager
  • Stuart Robinson, Business Development Manager
  • Access World Transport (Kazakhstan)
  • Nilufar Tagaeva
  • ATR (Russia)
  • Dedov Evgeniy, General Director
  • Aseev Oleg
  • ARK LOGISTICS (Uzbekistan)
  • Jurabek Razzokov, General Director
  • A.R.T. Business Group (Kazakhstan)
  • Lyudmila Melnikova, head of railway transportation office
  • Aliya Mussina, CEO
  • Benchmark-Transport (Russia)
  • Alexey Chegodaev, Founder
  • Caspian Jibek Joly (Kazakhstan)
  • Baimukhamedov Gaziz Chokanovich, CEO
  • CF&S Kazakhstan
  • Yevgeny Kan, General Director
  • CF&S Russia
  • Vadim Romanov, head of department
  • CJ ICM Tashkent (Uzbekistan)
  • Djakhangir Mamadjanov, CEO
  • Behzod Yunusaliev, Project Operations Manager
  • Khurshidbek Fazilov, Project Manager
  • Deugro Projects (Russia)
  • Leonid Vershinsky, representative in Uzbekistan
  • Eurotransit Terminal
  • Sergey Gordienko, Director
  • ENICA EXPRESS (Russia)
  • Ryabov Oleg, Head of Project Transportation
  • FESCO Transportation Group (Russia)
  • Yarullin Marat, head of sales Department
  • Michael Reiter, Project Logistics Sales Director
  • Denis Pavlenko, representative in Uzbekistan
  • Great Silk Road (Turkmenistan)
  • Igor Tuliev, Project Director
  • Alexander Belyayev, Project Manager
  • Kemal Muhammedov, Project Manager
  • GEFCO Forwarding Kazakhstan
  • Elena Netsvetayeva, Key Account Manager
  • Keen-Mark group (Russia)
  • Lindstrem Aleksey, head of the project Department
  • Kramnik Stanislav, CEO of TECHNO-MARK
  • KRAFT SPEDISHN (Kazakhstan)
  • Yerlan Issayev, General Manager
  • Hareket (Turkey)
  • Gurkan Dogan, Business Development and Marketing Director
  • LS Heavylift (Georgia)
  • Irakli Tsankashvili, CEO
  • Revaz Khurtsilava, Chief Operating Officer
  • MAMMOET-KASMASHAL (Kazakhstan)
  • Matthew Collins, Country Manager
  • Mammut Rus
  • Gotalsky Alexander, Commercial Manager
  • Zenitov Salihat, project manager
  • Mağdenli (Turkey)
  • Deniz Gezgin, Sales and Marketing Manager
  • M-GROUP (Russia)
  • Eghiazaryan Sergey, CEO
  • Yeranosyan Ani, Executive Director
  • NS Trans (Russia)
  • Ivan Podluzhny, Oversized Transportation Department
  • Pavel Rodin, freight department
  • NAWINIA RUS (Russia)
  • Urvan Oleg, head of the project Department
  • ORIENT Logistik Ltd. (Uzbekistan)
  • Farhod Yunusaliev, project Director
  • RZD Logistics (Russia)
  • Gorbunov Anton, Sales Director
  • R Group (Belarus)
  • Solovchuk Veronika, Head of Sales Department
  • Alexey Vasiliev, Account Manager
  • Suvari Shipping & Trading Co. Ltd (Turkey)
  • Ismail TERZI, Managing Director
  • Cilem Ezgi BAYHAN, Business Development Specialist
  • Technowest ltd.(Kazakhstan)
  • Min Konstantin
  • Toebbe Schwerlast Ost GmbH. (Germany)
  • Eduard Zutke, Project Manager
  • TURKSIB Magistral (Uzbekistan)
  • Jean Aidarov, CEO
  • Volodina Elena, deputy CEO for Business Development
  • Mamadaliev Dilshod, deputy CEO for Motor Transport
  • Universal Forwarder (Russia)
  • Aleksey Chernykh, Director, St. Petersburg Branch
  • Volgo-Baltic Logistic (Russia)
  • Evgeny Goldin, CEO
  • Zubakov Vitaly, deputy CEO

Airlines and aviation brokers

  • Volga-Dnepr Airlines (Russia)
  • Alexander Kartashov, Senior Business Development Executive

Shipping companies

  • Glogos Project (Russia)
  • Konstantin Grinevich, Director
  • MT Group (Russia)
  • Kropotkin Denis, Head of Freight Department
  • Filipov Philip, Director, Fleet Operations
  • North-Western Shipping Company (Russia)
  • Alyoshkin Igor, Deputy Commercial Director
  • Sergey Levitsky, Leading Freight Specialist

CRANE WORKS

  • SOPiG (Russia)
  • Akhmetov Ildar, Director
  • TopKran-South (Russia)
  • Arutyunyan Vachagan, General Director
  • Alexey Kozarenko, Deputy General Director

INSURANCE COMPANIES

  • TT Club (Russia)
  • Sharova Oksana, Deputy General Director

Manufacturers of machinery and equipment

  • COMETTO S.p.A. (Italy)
  • 1 delegate
  • Liebherr (Russia)
  • Semushkin Dmitry, Sales Manager
  • Hydrolast (Russia)
  • Romanov Ivan, Sales Manager

Place of Holding

International business center IBC in the “Navoi”

The conference will be held at the International business center IBC in the “Navoi” conference hall (located on the 7th floor of the building).

Address: Tashkent, Amir Temur Ave, 107B, “Badamzar” metro station (green line), website – www.ibc.uz

The Radisson Blu hotel and Hilton Tashkent (in the same complex with a business center) are located in immediate proximity to the conference hall . On the same metro line (green line) are such hotels as: Wyndham Tashkent, Uzbekistan Hotel, City Palace Hotel Tashkent, Hyatt Regency Tashkent, Grand Mir Hotel.

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International Conference
«HEAVY CASPIAN 2017»

On October 19, 2017 the 6th Conference “HEAVY CASPIAN” took place in Tashkent. Within 6 years the Conference has become the largest industry-related event in the Caucasian and Central Asia region. This Conference is held annually, but this year it took place in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, for the first time. There is a good reason for the new venue. For the last 9 years more than 600 strategic projects have been executed in Uzbekistan, including construction and refurbishment of oil, gas and power-generating facilities. In 2019 perspective, Uzbekistan plans to implement 900 more new projects in the industry, with a total of $41 billion to be absorbed.

This year the Forum gathered over 120 delegates from 17 world countries: Russia, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Iran, Germany, Estonia, Latvia, the Netherlands and Belgium.

The event was sponsored by FESCO, Volga-Dnepr Airlines, Instar Logistics, COMETTO and Turksib Magistral.

The Conference was opened with a speech by Uzbekneftegaz elaborating on priorities of oil and gas industry development in the Republic of Uzbekistan for 2017-2020. The report was followed by details of state regulation of outsized and heavy freight transit and condition of highways and bridge structures in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Of particular interest to the delegates was the report by the Association of Customs Brokers of Uzbekistan. Khalida Usmanova, Chief Consultant of the Association, told about particulars of customs regulation of oversize and heavy haulage in Uzbekistan.

Best practices of project transportation in Central Asia countries were shared by representatives of Instar Projects, ALE Heavylift Kazakhstan and Ibrakom FZCO. Taking the floor, Lyudmila Melnikova, Head of Railway Transportation Department of A.R.T. Business Group, highlighted aspects of railroad delivery of project freight to Central Asia countries from China. The final speech at the Conference was made by Wondernet Express Tashkent stating potential of logistical support of freight flows to Afghanistan.

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Partner


Keen-Mark group

Global Partner

FESCO

Sponsor

Volga-Dnepr Group of Companies

INDUSTRIE COMETTO S.P.A.

GOLDHOFER.

Turksib Magistral

INSTAR Project Logistics GmbH

Media Sponsor

Транс-Logistics Казахстан

Utilaje & Constructii

Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN)

World Freight Network

Specialist Freight Networks


Delegate List

Cargo owners

 
Gazprom International (Representative office in Uzbekistan)

  • Rashidov Dilshod, deputy Director 
  • Nazarov Azizbek, chief specialist

 
 
LUKOIL Uzbekistan operating company

  • Yegorenkov Dmitry, head of logistics Department
  • Simagin Igor , manager of logistics support for capital projects

 
Muborakneftgaz

  • Saidov I., chief mechanic

 
Neftgazmontazh

  • Chan Gennadiy, Director
  • Azarov A., head of Department

 
OMK

  • Khairullaev H., deputy Director for transport

 
Uzbekneftegaz

  • Bakhodyrov Alisher, head of innovation and localization Department
  •  Faiziev Anwar, head of logistics Department and rigging-up operations

 
Uzneftegazdobycha 

  • Parmanov M. D., head of Department of Mechanical Engineering & Special Machines
  • Akhunov  B. V., chief specialist of Department of Mechanical Engineering & Special Machines
  • Jabborov N.U., lead engineer of Department of Mechanical Engineering & Special Machines
  • Zhalilov, O. N., engineer of the 1st. cat. of Department of Mechanical Engineering & Special Machines

 

Transport and logistics companies

 
A.R.T. Business Group (Kazakhstan)

  • Lyudmila Melnikova, head of railway transportation office
  • Aliya Mussina, CEO

 
Agility Logistics (Kazakhstan)

  • Azydova Victoria, head of the operations Department

 
ALE Heavylift (Kazakhstan)

  • Ali Yoldashov, CEO 

 
ARK LOGISTICS (Uzbekistan)

  • Jurabek Razzokov, CEO

 
ASSTRA Forwarding AG (Belarus)

  • Kapuza Irina, specialist in oversized cargo

 
Caspian Cargo Services International Transport Agency (Kazakhstan)

  • Moroz Denis, deputy Director

 
Caspian Jibek Joly (Kazakhstan)

  • Baimukhamedov Gaziz Chokanovich, CEO

 
CF&S Estonia

  • Tiit Arus, CEO
  • Margus Nõmm, railway transport, sales 

 
Deugro Projects (Russia)

  • Evgenia Genkina, deputy CEO
  • Leonid Vershinsky, representative in Uzbekistan

 
DHL FREIGHT  Kazkakhstan    

  • Vladimir Khan, managing Director

 
DHL FREIGHT  RU/CIS    

  • Marco Leineweber, CEO

 
Eurasia Transit (Kazakhstan)

  • Denis Chernov, commercial Director
  • Ni Vasiliy Vasilyevich

 
EUROTRANSIT (Russia)

  • Konstantin Melnikov

 
FESCO Transportation Group (Russia)

  • Yarullin Marat, head of sales Department
  • Reyter Mikhail, sales Director in Europe
  • Denis Pavlenko, representative in Uzbekistan

 
Garant Trans Express (Russia)

  • Ganaev Andrey, CEO

 
GEFCO Kazakhstan

  • Ashuraliev Emil, CEO

 
Great Silk Road (Turkmenistan)

  • Igor Tuliev, Director

 
Ibrakom FZCo (UAE)

  • Altug Sozalan, Chief Operating Officer
  • Timur Nakkas, Director of Bid Management and Proposals

 
IbrakomFZCo (Uzbekistan)

  • Ravshan Fazilov, head of representative office
  • Elena Kanarskaya, operational manager
  • Behzod Yunusaliev, on-shore senior project coordinator

 
Instar logistics (Russia)

  • Shelkov Aleksandr, General Manager
  • Mamykin Alexey, head of business development (Downstream) NIG
  • Fomin Dmitriy, project Manager
  • Evtushenko Evgeniy, advisor to the CEO

 
Jenty Moscow (Russia)

  • Panov Bogdan, head of the oversized cargo department
  • Alexandra Rotkavich, project Manager

 
JV “Transit” (Belarus)

  • Stepushina Tatiana, oversized transportation Department
  • Alexander Gorbunov, cargo transportation specialist

 
KAZLOGISTICS SOLUTION (Kazakhstan)

  • Gafurov Kamil, CEO 

 
Keen-Mark group (Russia)

  • Lindstrem Aleksey, head of the project Department
  • Kramnik Stanislav, CEO of TECHNO MARK

 
K-transgroup (Kazakhstan)

  • Ataybekov Samat

 
 
Mainstream Logistics (Russia)

  • Kuznetsov Artem, Director
  • Sergey Fedorov, technical director
  • Fedorov Pavel, director for Transport

 
MBM-Trans (Russia)

  • Mochaluk Pavel, deputy CEO
  • Mochaluk Yuri, CEO

 
M-GROUP (Russia)

  • Eghiazaryan Sergey, CEO
  • Yeranosyan Ani, Executive Director
  • Nedoseykin Alexander, head of project logistics Department

 
Militzer and Munch (Russia)

  • Mikhail Underov, head of project logistics Department

 
NAWINIA RUS (Russia) 

  • Urvan Oleg, head of the project Department 

 
NICOS CUSTOMS CONSULTING (Kazakhstan) 

  • Aldabergenov Kurmangali Muratovich, President

 
ORIENT  Logistik Ltd. (Uzbekistan)

  • Farhod Yunusaliev, project Director

 
Pentagon Freight Services Ltd (Russia)

  • Sergey Zabedilin, business development manager in the CIS region

 
Pfaff  Logistik RUS (Russia)

  • Sirotenko Oksana, Deputy CEO
  • Minkova Ksenia, CEO

 
RG Group (Belarus) 

  • Marina Yuntsevich, head of oversized cargo Department

 
Rhenus Intermodal Systems (Kazakhstan)

  • Almetov Nigmatulla, head of the project Department

 
Sarens KAZAKHSTAN

  • Ragesh Raghav, sales Manager
  • Izteleuov Azamat, sales Manager

 
Sepehrun Tarabar Int’l Transport Co. (Iran)

  • Mohammad Zokaei, Director

 
Silach Transbaltic (Russia)

  • Korshunov Sergey,CEO
  • Gefel Denis, commercial Director

 
Technowest ltd.(Kazakhstan)

  • Min Konstantin

 
Terminal Logistics Services (Kazakhstan)

  • Iskander  Jurabaev, regional representative

 
TIS Group Ltd. (Russia)

  • Alexander Ivanov, CEO

 
Transasia Logistics (Uzbekistan)

  • Kamil Ernazarov, Deputy CEO

 
Transit (Russia)

  • Petrukhin Vyacheslav, CEO

 
TRANSIT-M (Russia)

  • Moskvin Sergey, Executive Director
  • Moskvin Igor, Director

 
Transport-expedited company «NevaSpecTjazh» (Russia)

  • Chumak Alexander, CEO

 
Turkmen Ak Yol (Turkmenistan)

  • Vladimir Takhiyev, business Development Manager
  • Arsena Zhamkochyan, commercial Manager

 
TURKSIB Magistral  (Uzbekistan)

  • Jean Aidarov, CEO
  • Volodina Elena, deputy CEO for Business Development
  • Mamadaliev Dilshod, deputy CEO for Motor Transport

 
Üçtut  (Turkmenistan)

  • Oraz Allagulyev, deputy Director
  • Gayipniyazov Shaguly, deputy Director

 
Ultima (Latvia)

  • Svetlana Vorontsova, Director

 
Volga-Don Transservice (Russia)

  • Tolochyok Oleg, Director
  • Ivantsov Sergey, deputy  Director

 
Volgo-Baltic Logistic (Russia)

  • Evgeny Goldin, CEO
  • Zubakov Vitaly, deputy  CEO
  • Kostylev Yegor, project Manager

 

Airlines and aviation brokers

 
Air Charter Service Kazakhstan

  • Mukashev Maxim, Broker

 
Jet Line FZE (ОАЕ)

  • Kulavsky Mark, sales Director

 
Volga-Dnepr Airlines (Russia)

  • Andrey Gulyaynovsky, head of the Transport Services Development Department

 

Shipping companies

 
ARK SHIPPING (Russia)

  • Alexander Sochin, head of fleet operation Department

 
River Sea Management Co. (Russia)

  • Yanishevsky Boris, deputy CEO  for safety of navigation and prevention of  environmental pollution
  • Anna Konysheva, sales Manager

 

Manufacturers of machinery and equipment

 
FAYMONVILLE  DISTRIBUTION  AG 

  • Elena Mautina

 
FAYMONVILLE RUSS LLC

  • Elena Fadeeva

 
Gidrolast group

  • Romanov Ivan, sales Manager

 
Goldhofer Aktiengesellschaft (Germany)

  • Raimund Loechle, area sales Manager

 
Kargotek RUS

  • Sergey Derevitsky, sales Director

 
Nooteboom Trailers B.V. 

  • Olesya Gommers, export sales

 
STSERVICE (Russia)

  • Baryshov Denis, CEO
  • Petrov Igor, financial Director

 
Teci Rus

  • Smirnov Maxim, leading specialist

 
TIIS (Russia)

  • Radke Albin, CEO

 
TransLift Technique (Russia)

  • Evgeny Demin, CEO

Place of Holding

Information for participants of the conference “HEAVY CASPIAN 2017”!

Due to the large number of participants (over 110 delegates and the list increases every day) we have to postpone the conference to a more spacious conference room. Unfortunately, the conference room of the Ramada hotel can’t accommodate all our delegates with comfort. So the conference will be held at the International business center IBC in the “Navoi” conference hall (located on the 7th floor of the building).

Address: Tashkent, Amir Temur Ave, 107B, “Badamzar” metro station (green line), website – www.ibc.uz

The Radisson Blu hotel and Hilton Tashkent are located in immediate proximity to the conference hall (in the same complex with a business center). On the same metro line (green line) are such hotels as: Wyndham Tashkent, Uzbekistan Hotel, City Palace Hotel Tashkent, Hyatt Regency Tashkent, Grand Mir Hotel.

We understand all the difficulties of moving the conference and excuse us for the inconvenience, but it is necessary for Your comfort on the day of the conference. Please accept our apologies!

For residents of the Ramada hotel will be organized a free transfer to the venue of the conference. Please, advise us if you need a transfer!

Adress: Tashkent, Yunusabad, Amir Temur Ave, 107B

Telephone: (+998 71) 238 58 34



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International Conference
«HEAVY RUSSIA 2017»

Main Event of the Year

On November 17, 2016 the 9th Conference “Heavy Russia” took place in Moscow. Within 9 years the Conference has become the largest event in the branch, gaining recognition of business as a point of attraction of ideas and the venue for discussion of pressing issues. The Conference is the annual event and this year the Forum gathered over 320 delegates from 17 world countries: Russia, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Iran, Germany, Turkey, Estonia, Latvia, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria and the USA.

The event was sponsored by FESCO, Volga-Dnepr Airlines, Instar Logistics, COMETTO, Gudzon Shipping Company and Port of Bronka.

The opening speech of the Conference was made by Marat Yarullin, Head of Sales Department, Fesco Transport Group. In his opinion, the last decade has drastically changed the landscape in logistics sphere on the whole and in project logistics sphere in particular. What is felt is the strong impact of the phenomenon called the market barbarization. Barbarization implies avoidance to follow regulatory requirements in combination with corruption covering this kind of avoidance. It means that if a carrier comes up with a legal shipping proposal it finds itself outside the market as its proposal is out of competition in terms of price and schedule if compared to offers of sketchy carriers acting with violation of all technical and ethical standards one could think of.

Avoidance of regulatory requirements and withdrawal into the shadows act as a big temptation for an entrepreneur and, as a rule, it cannot help resisting this temptation. Everything happens according to Milton Friedman’s covenants: a man always searches for money and benefit, right here and now. There is nothing new in this, but as a result, barbarization prevented from implementing the industry-specific standards.

Other project logistics trends reported by M. Yarullin are progression of bulky and heavy cargoes following geological exploration in the Arctic, active bulky transport market in Central Asia and the third trend is the crisis of major international carriers and re-orientation of clients towards middle-sized shipping companies.

The main activities in Russia are concentrated in the central regions, 90% of orders are ensured by power industry, and in the next ten years the energy sector activity related to modernization of main and additional capacities will remain. A number of large-scale projects are coming from chemical industry. On top of that, M. Yarullin highlighted the growth in export of oversize equipment. This is mainly power engineering and, to some extent, petrochemical equipment. Basically, the goods are exported through St. Petersburg.

Panel discussion “How to organize transportation of above-limit cargoes in compliance with the RF law” combined the representatives of the federal bodies and business society in a violent dispute. We would like to make specific mention of the speech made by Konstantin Sergeevich Ugarov, Director of Center for Monitoring of Safe Operation of Highways of the Federal Road Agency, who was standing up for the position of the state. During the discussion, K. Ugarov and his colleagues clarified on some regulations which are still questioned by the general public.

Another important topic of the Conference is development of wind energy in the country which is becoming a new oversize transport market in Russia. It is worth mentioning that by 2024 the wind power capacity in our country may come to 3.6 GW, while market turnover may reach RUB 200 billion. In less than 10 years, potential demand for construction of wind power plants in Russia, fabrication of wind mills, accessories, and operation and maintenance services will approach RUB 400 billion. Rosatom only intends to supply about 600 wind-driven generators with a total capacity of 1.6 GW to the Russian market in the next 6-7 years.

Another growing point for the transport and forwarding business is the status of specialized machinery production in Russia. This subject was covered by RosSpetsMash Association’s speech. Denis Maksimkin, Association Deputy Director, gave the following statistics: export of agricultural equipment from Russia in the first six months of 2017 increased by 1.5 times to RUB 4.1 billion. Exported harvesting machinery rose by 10.3% — to 1040 units, agricultural tractors – by 2.2 times to 178, post-harvest treatment machinery — by 63% to 194, sowing equipment — sevenfold to 407, tillage machinery — by 17.5% to 430. Main importers of Russian agricultural machinery in the first six months include CIS and European countries, China, Canada and Iran. At the moment, the geography of Russian equipment supplies covers more than 50 countries.

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FESCO

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Volga-Dnepr Group of Companies

INDUSTRIE COMETTO S.P.A.

LLC «SHIPPING COMPANY «GUDZON»

Port Bronka

INSTAR Project Logistics GmbH

Partners

Maritime Market magazine

Tverstroymash is a vehicle manufacturer.

АвтоТрансИнфо

Information & Analytical Agency PortNews (IAA PortNews)

Specpricep.ru

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SPETSTYAZHAVTOTRANS

100 TONN MONTAGE

  RTL Company

 Chandler Logistics

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Utilaje & Constructii

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Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN)

CLC Projects

Project Cargo Weekly

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World Freight Network

Specialist Freight Networks

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Agenda

November 16

9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Registration of participants and welcoming coffee break

Session I. State Regulation of the Sector

Russian Public Organization of small and medium enterprises “SUPPORT OF RUSSIA”

  • Results of the RF Ministry of Transport Sub-Working Group Performance on Improvement of the RF Legislation Regulating Weights and Dimensions Control of Vehicles on Public Highways
  • Gleb Kinder, Chair of the Transport Committee

 
Scientific and Research Institute of Motor Transport

  • On Perfection of Oversize and Heavy-Lift Haulage by Motor Transport
  • Aleksei Vasilkov, General Director

 
Siberian Motor Carriers Association

  • Practices of Obtaining Special Permits for OOG Transportation in the Siberian Federal District
  • Evgeny Novikov, SMCA Representative

 
Panel discussion – How to Eliminate Bureaucratic and Administrative Obstacles on Oversized Cargo Carrier’s Way?

Chairpersons engaged in the discussion: 

  • Konstantin Ugarov, Director, Center for Monitoring of Safe Operation of Highways of the Federal Road Agency
  • Gleb Kinder, Chair of the Transport Committee, Russian Public Organization of small and medium enterprises “SUPPORT OF RUSSIA” 

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Lunch 

Session II. Relevant Issues of Bulky Cargo Transportation

Center of Railway Technologies Negabarit

  • Dumping in Logistics – Road to Nowhere, How to Tackle this?
  • Pavel Volkov, Commercial Director

 
Volga-Dnepr Airlines

  • Unique Examples of Extra Heavy and Outsized Freight Air Logistics
  • Aleksandr Kartashov, Lead Business Development Specialist

 
Instar Projects

  • /topic to be confirmed/
  • Aleksei Mamykin, Head of Business Development Department

 

3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Coffee break

Session III. Growing Points of Cargo Potential and Wind Power Sector Development in the RF

RosSpetsMash Association

  • Status and Outlook for Development of Manufacturing and Export of Road Construction and Agricultural Equipment in the RF 
  • Denis Maksimkin, Deputy Director 

 
FESCO

  • Overview of Project Freight Market Development Prospects for 2018-2020
  • Marat Yarullin, Project Logistics Directorate, Head of Sales Department

 
Russian Association of Wind Power Industry

  • Wind Power – New Oversize Transport Market in Russia. Start – 2017
  • Igor Bryzgunov, Chair 

 
Universal Transport Moscow

  • Wind Power Logistics in Russia: Problems and Outlook 
  • Eldar Ibragimov, Development Director

6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Dinner

 


November 17

9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Welcoming coffee break

Session I. Non-Standard Logistics of Unique Cargoes 

 
ZapSibNeftekhim

  • Transporting Overweight and Oversize Cargoes as Part of ZapSibNeftekhim Project along the Northern Sea Route
  • Vyacheslav Fyodorov, Head of Heavy and Oversize Freight along the NSR

 
TransEngineering Company    

  • Engineering Solutions for Transport: Implementation of Unique Projects in 2017
  • Sergei Sergeev, Head of Design and Engineering Department

 
Scientific and Research Institute of Salvage and Underwater Technologies “Naval Academy” 

  • Relocation of the Submarine from the Baltic Sea to AVTOVAZ Technical Museum (Togliatti)
  • Anton Ageev, Head of Sunken Objects Lifting Department

12:30 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Coffee break 

Session II. Relevant Issues of Bulky Cargo Transportation

 
Feniks (Multipurpose Reloading Complex Bronka)

  • Actual Risks of Project Logistics: How Strongly are we Dependent on Foreign Partners?
  • Miroslav Russkikh, Head of Sales and Marketing Department

 
SRO SpetsTyazhTrans

  • 1000 Tons – Rating of Oversize and Heavy Lift Carriers
  • Igor Kukushkin, General Director

 
Baltica-Trans Group 

  • Optimization of Customs Payments when Importing Component Equipment
  • Vadim Bushuev, Analytics Director

3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. “GLASS OF CHAMPAGNE” reception

 


Delegate List

State authorities and public associations

 
Transportation and Logistics Federation of Iran 

  • Abazar Barari, International Advisor
  • Ali Mahmoudisaray, vice-chairman of the board

 
Russian Association of Specialized Machinery and Equipment Manufacturers – RosSpetsMash 

  • Denis Maksimkin, Deputy Director 

 
SUPPORT OF RUSSIA (OPORA ROSSII) 

  • Gleb Kinder, Chair of the Transport Committee, Presidium Member 

 
SRO SpetsTyazhTrans 

  • Igor Kukushkin, General Director

 
Russian Association of Wind Power Industry 

  • Igor Bryzgunov, Chair

 
Center for Monitoring of Safe Operation of Highways of the Federal Road Agency

  • Konstantin Ugarov, Director 
  • Andrei Chertkov, Deputy Director

 
 

Cargo owners

 
Velesstroy 

  • Marin Vidak, Director, Logistics Division
  • Vladimir Salimov, Head of Transport Logistics Department

 
ASE (AtomStroyExport) 

  • Nikolai Kenyaykin, Chief Specialist

 
Mining Solutions 

  • Elena Rybnikova, Head of Logistics Department

 
Mining Solutions 

  • Yulia Krokhaleva, Logistics Department Manager

 
NeftegazMontazh 

  • Pyotr Zolotukhin, Deputy General Director

 
NIPIgazpererabotka 

  • Elizaveta Kalinina, Expert

 
 
RUSAL 

  • Vyacheslav Avdyunin, Head of “Logistics” Unit/Engineering and Construction Division

 
StankoPressMash 

  • Mikhail Alekseev, General Director

 
HD Energo 

  • Maya Melnikova, Head of Projects Management Department

 
IntertechElektro Group

  • Anton Sumin, Head of Logistics Group
  • Denis Skvortsov, Logistics Group Specialist

 
GE Rus 

  • Rem Arutyunyan, Logistics Specialist
  • Dmitry Logunov, Head of Logistics Department

 

Transport and forwarding companies

 
AsstrA Associated Traffic AG 

  • Egor Lokhovinin, Project Department

 
Benchmark-logistics 

  • Pavel Peshkov, General Director

 
Benchmark Trading 

  • Evgeny Egupov, General Director
  • Nazim Khalilov, Commercial Director

 
Benchmark-Transport  

  • Aleksei Chegodaev, General Director
  • Ilya Chegodaev, Marketing Specialist
  • Vladislav Smirnov, Sales Department Specialist

 
Blue Water Shipping (Denmark)

  • Thomas Bek, Global Director

 
deugro Projects 

  • Pavel Prikhodko 

 
IFC COLOS (Kazakhstan) 

  • Adiya Dzhanaeva, Project Manager 

 
Highland Project Logistics (USA) 

  • Natalia Derkach, Director of Business development

NAWINIA RUS 

  • Oleg Urvan, Head of Project Department

 
Schrudde Logistik GmbH (Germany)

  • Ira Krope, Head of Project Department
  • Denis Abramov, Head of Sales & QM

 
AET Trans 

  • Aleksandr Torgashov, General Director

 
Volga-Don-Transservice 

  • Oleg Tolochyok, Director

 
Volgo-Baltic Logistic 

  • Evgeny Goldin, General Director
  • Vitaly Zubakov, Deputy General Director
  • Aleksandr Chernov, Technical Director

 
Gazpromtrans 

  • D.A. Vashchenko, Deputy General Director for Commercial Issues
  • A.M. Peshkov, Deputy General Director for Transportation

 
Baltica-Trans Group

  • Oleg Savchenko, Head of Project Transport Department, Baltimpex
  • Vadim Bushuev, Analytics Director

 
GlobalTransAvto 

  • Valery Nikonov, International Transport Specialist 

 
Jenty Moscow 

  • Bogdan Panov, Head of Oversize Cargo Department
  • Aleksandra Rotkavich, Project Manager

 
Euroimpex 

  • Anna Ragulskaya, Executive Director

 
Infotech Baltika 

  • Yuri Altukhov, Head of Logistics Department
  • Viktor Aleksandrov, Deputy Head of Logistics Department

 
Keen-Mark-Logistic 

  • Aleksei Shafarostov, General Director
  • Sergei Ivashchenko, Manager

 
Keystone Logistics 

  • Vitaly Vorobyov, Head of General Cargo Department
  • Dmitry Loshkarev, Logistics Manager 
  • Dmitry Kotenev, Lead Logistics Manager

 
SibTransservice

  • Sergei Demidov, General Director

 
К-Transgroup (Kazakhstan) 

  • Samat Ataibekov, Director, Licensing System

 
Kuehne + Nagel 

  • Pavel Zharov, Head of Industrial Projects Department

 
Mammoet Rus 

  • Yuri Popov, General Director
  • Andrei Geykalo, Commercial Director
  • Aleksandr Gotalsky, Commercial Manager

 
Militzer & Münch 

  • Vladimir Pudov, Lead Project Transport Manager

 
MODUL  

  • Vladimir Rodygin, Chief Technologist
  • Maksim Smirnov, Sales Department Specialist

 
MORTRANS 

  • Matvei Grishko, Head of Project Cargo Transport Department

 
Negabaritika 

  • 1 delegate  

 
Negabarit-Yug 

  • Aleksei Usenko, Director
  • Raisa Lukashchuk, Manager

 
NOVOTEK Export 

  • Vladimir Ishutin, Commercial Director

 
RIVEST-TRANS-SERVICE 

  • IGOR BODERSKOV, General Director
  • MARINA GAVRILENKO, Project Cargo Manager

 
ROLL KRAFT  

  • Roman Tokarev, General Director
  • Kirill Kochkin, Executive Director

RTL 

  • Mikhail Reshetkov, General Director
  • Denis Saraev, Deputy Director for Operational Work

 
SOP&G 

  • Ildar Akhmetov, Director
  • Yulia Chopaeva, Head of Project Implementation Group

 
Sovfracht 

  • Karen Stepanyan, First Deputy General Director for Sea Shipping
  • Ivan Okorokov, Director, Sea Shipping Directorate
  • Anastasia Litvintseva

 
SMT 

  • Olga Kuznetsova, General Director

 
Stroitelnye Mashiny (Building Machines)

  • Dmitry Denisov, Director
  • Aleksandr Shmoylov, Director, Logistics

 
Tekhnologii Dvizheniya (Technologies of Movement) 

  • Pavel Apalkov, General Director

 
TekhnoService  

  • 3 delegates

  
TMBCL 

  • Nadezhda Belashchenko, Deputy Director

 
TRANSIT 

  • Vyacheslav Petrukhin, General Director
  • Vadim Sevryukov, Development Director

 
TransLokatsiya 

  • Andrei Kolesnikov, General Director
  • Maksim Shadchin, Director, Transport Organization

 
MG-Trans (Ukraine) 

  • Stepan Gladyshev, Director, Logistics Department

 
NevaSpetsTyazh

  • Aleksandr Chumak, General Director

 
Pik-TRANSPORT 

  • Konstantin Vorontsov, General Director
  • Yuri Stoyanchuk, Deputy General Director

FORMAG Logistics 

  • Nikita Shagin, Operational Director

 
Universal Transport Saint Petersburg 

  • Eldar Ibragimov, Development Director

 
Universal Forwarder 

  • Aleksei Chernykh, Acting Director of Saint Petersburg Branch

 
Chandler GmbH 

  • Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, General Director 
  • Irina Koenig, Director 
  • Mikhail Golosov, Head of Moscow Office 
  • Dmitry Tsygankov, Head of Project Department, Central Asia 

 

Airlines and air brokers

 
Air Charter Service 

  • Dmitry Nikulin, Director, Cargo Flights Department

 
Volga-Dnepr Airlines

  • Aleksandr Kartashov, Lead Business Development Specialist 
  • Maksim Prokhorov, Lead Business Development Specialist 
  • Ruslan Garifullin, Sales Specialist 

 
AirBridgeCargo

  • Darina Bernovskaya, Head of Sales Department
  • Andrei Krysanov, Director, Unique and Oversize Cargo Transport
  • Nadezhda Gavrilova, Head of Analytics and Market Assessment Department 

 

Shipping companies and chartering brokers

 
Briese Chartering GmbH & Co. KG (Germany) 

  • Ilona Lazareva, General Manager
  • Pavel Neiland, Chartering Manager

 
DS-Multibulk GmbH (Germany)

  • Steve Hutty, Managing Director
  • Nikolai Mishkin, Project & Chartering Manager

 
Finnlines Plc (Finland)

  • Hannu Lumme, Regional Manager
  • Nikolay Voloshin, Marketing Manager

 
HANSA HEAVY LIFT (Germany) 

  • Gleb Faldin, Commercial Manager

Ingria Shipping Ltd 

  • Evgeny Ostaparchenko, Project forwarding/chartering 
  • Ilya Verkhovetsky, Head of chartering dept 

 
Atlantic Ro-Ro Carriers 

  • Vladimir Simonov, Head of Representative Office

 
Arkship

  • Aleksandr Sochin, Head of Fleet Maintenance Department

 
Gudzon Shipping Company

  • Gennady Kononenko, General Director

 
Morwenna Shipping Company

  • Aleksandr Baranov, Head of Commercial Department
  • Albert Berdeev, Head of Fleet Maintenance Department
  • Andrei Gubanov, Head of Project Department

 

Ports and terminals

 
Port of Hamburg Marketing 

  • Natalia Kapkaeva, chief of representative office St. Petersburg

 
Port of Bronka 

  • Sergei Larin, Chief Specialist of Sales and Marketing Department 
  • Miroslav Russkikh, Head of Sales and Marketing Department

 
Saint Peter’s Terminal 

  • Stanislav Lobodinskiy, Lead Specialist

 

Railway operators

 
PUL Trans 

  • Denis Mechev, Commercial Director

 
TETRO EXP 
Dmitry Osinovskiy, General Director
 
Center of Railway Technologies Negabarit 

  • Pavel Volkov, Commercial Director
  • Aleksandr Komissarov, General Director

 
 

Survey companies 

 
Seames 

  • Viktor Gorokhov, Director

 

Crane lease and rigging companies

 
100 TONS SERVICE 

  • Aleksandr Gaab, Commercial Director

 
TOPKRAN 

  • Vitaly Laptev, Financial Director
  • Maksim Tikhonov, Sales Manager

 
Rigging and Installation Company “Tyani-Tolkay”

  • Aleksandr Konoplev, Manager

 

Design institutes and engineering companies

 
TransEngineering Company 

  • Sergei Sergeev, Head of Design and Engineering Department

 

Manufacturers of machinery and equipment

 
Scheuerle Fahrzeugfabrik GmbH 

  • Dmitry Filimonov, Area Representative

 
Gidrolast Group 

  • Ivan Romanov, Sales Manager

 
CERTEX RUS 

  • Denis Yakovlev, General Director
  • Nikolai Chernyshev, Commercial Director
  • Sergei Samsonov, Deputy Director for Development

 
Severstal Lifting Technologies 

  • Maksim Smirnov, Area Sales Manager (CIS)
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International Conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016»

Main Event of the Year

On November 25, 2016 the 8th Conference “Heavy Russia” took place in Moscow.

Within 8 years the Conference became the largest event in the branch, gaining recognition of business as a point of attraction of ideas and the venue for discussion of pressing issues. The Conference is the annual event and this year the Forum gathered over 300 delegates from 14 world countries: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Germany, Turkey, South Korea, Estonia, Lithuania, Finland,Netherlands, and USA. This year the biggest foreign delegations were represented by Belarus – 9 companies (18 delegates), and Germany – 13 companies (8 delegates).

The event was sponsored by Volga-Dnepr Airlines, Instar Logistics, COMETTO and Port of Bronka.

The first day of the Conference, November 24, started with traditionally most burning topic of the state regulation of the field. First of all, this involves timing and procedure of OOG transportation permitting, issue of corruption in regulatory authorities, as well as new legislative initiatives. Unfortunately, officials of RosDorMonitoring and RosAvtoDor again did not presume to meet business representatives face-to-face, and the latter had to discuss it in their own circle.

Sergei Moskvin, Executive Director of Transit-M, summarized the accumulated problems in his speech. In his view, officials of the Ministry of Transport believe that project cargoes transported in Russia are absolutely useless, they move in a chaotic way, creating extra traffic intensity and relentlessly damaging the road bed. For the last few years, as he put it, oversize cargo permitting system has been characterized by pure obscurantism. It is getting more and more difficult to obtain these permits in a lawful way. Furthermore, the tariff for transporting heavy loads rose by 33 times!

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Of particular interest to the audience was the speech made by Igor Zlobin, Deputy Head of Inland Water Transport Administration of RosMorRechFlot. Igor Nikolaevich told about instruction of the President of Russia to build two low-head water power installations by 2020. This is on Volga River, a little bit upstream of Nizhny Novgorod – Nizhny Novgorod low-head water power installation. And on Don River – Bagaevsky low-head water power installation. Both these installations will ensure the depth of 4 meters along the entire extension of deep water system of Russia’s European part, regardless of dryness of the year. This is a crucial point which will allow to eliminate the limiting area for the extension of almost 4000 kilometers.

Another important aspect reported by Igor Zlobin is the decision of the Government to sharply increase the funding of maintenance of inland waterways and hydraulic structures. Starting from 2017, financing is increasing by 30% from the existing value (as of now, the coverage is 50%). This will enable implementation of dredging activities at the most complicated sections of inland waterways of Russia.

Andrei Gulyayanovskiy, Department Head of Volga-Dnepr Airlines, expanded on various aspects of air freight of out-of-gauge cargoes. In the current year the company is particularly proud as it delivered the hydroturbinewater wheel for Ust-Srednekanskaya HPP to Magadan by An-124-100 aircraft. Total weight of the lot together with packing equipment and rigging came to 115 tons. The trestle with guiding rails was installed in order to load the 85-ton structure on board the aircraft. Upon moving the water wheel onto the trestle, the item was winched into Ruslan cargo hold and lashed. The loading was running on for almost 10 hours. Thanks to well-coordinated efforts of Volga-Dnepr technical team, all the works were completed on time.

Another example is transportation of high-speed Mongoose patrol boats. 2 trips were made to carry 4 boats for the Border Service of Russia to the Far East. The vessel is almost 20 meters long and 4.5 meters wide, each of the boats weighs 30 tons. In the speaker’s opinion, haulage of the boats across Russia would call for challenging approval and permitting procedures, therefore, opt for air freight is absolutely justified.

MiroslavRusskikh, Head of Sales Department of Feniks (operator and owner of the Port of Bronka), proposed to discuss possible development of port-centric logistics in Russia. For example, it implies possibility of arranging semi knocked down assembly and disassembly of relatively simple cargoes in the port. The easiest example is removing the wheels of mine trucks in the port. In terms of classic logistics, a port is a transhipment point only, but in its turn port-centric logistics offers a completely different range of services. The port-centric logistics is aimed at achieving higher economic efficiency, and consequently, its implementation shall result in reduction of shipping costs, resolving the issues of transport accessibility, optimization and improved efficiency of financial assets application, ensuring more accurate delivery dates and safety of cargoes during transhipment and storage. Turning to international experience, the most obvious example is allocation of Siemens wind power generatorworks directly in the Port of Cuxhaven, Germany. Or another example from Germany: one of the terminals in Hamburg Port also arranged additional services on transport package manufacturing, apart from traditional oversize transloading and storage. So, examples of port-centric logistics exist, it is developing but unfortunately only for bulky cargoes overseas.In its turn, the Port of Bronka is ready for development of this kind of logistics on its territory. By the way, 25 thousand tons of oversized and overweight cargoes were handled by the port in 2016.

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  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes

We have established a good tradition to highlight the largest and most interesting projects of the outgoing year at the Conference. Just so, Konstantin Buzin, Head of Gazpromneft Transportation Division, spoke about delivery of outsized equipment for refurbishment of Omsk Refinery. Extensive refurbishment campaign is ongoing at the refinery and aimed at increasing refining efficiency and yield of light petroleum products.Unique equipment is delivered to the plant within this refurbishment. In total there were 3 shipping points – Volgograd, Izhora plant and Shanghai. River barges took the cargo from Volgograd to the Gulf of Finland, in Tallinn it was reloaded on sea vessels. The items from Izhora were consolidated in Tallinn in exactly the same way,all of them were taken to the roads of Novy Port by a single crane ship with consequent reloading on the river barges which then proceeded to temporary storage yard.The cargo from China was also delivered along the Northern Sea Route. It should be noted that the coke drums, manufactured by VolgogradNeftemash and record-setting in their weight-size parameters, were shipped from Volgograd (4 units weighing 636 tons each). Until now, no fabricator in Russia has produced coke drums of such considerable dimensions.

The topic was followed up by PyotrKlimetskiy, Head of Project Business Development, Agility. As ordered by Linde Engineering Company, it was required to arrange cargo transportation for Togliatti Azot. It took 2 years of elaborate preparations to implement the project. Heavy cargoes were shipped to Togliatti from the ports of Italy, Austria and India. Transportation took more than 3 months. The most challenging on this project were activities in the port of Togliatti where Agility carried out onshore unloading of heavy lift and its delivery to the final destination. Also the works on the industrial territory were an issue as the plant area is dotted with pipe racks and pipelines of all kinds.

At the Conference we not only discussed current projects in heavy lift transportation field, but also came back to past experience. In particular, Kirill Vlasov, General Director of STS logistics, reported on the exceptionally interesting project for Sredneuralskaya GRES. In 2008Panalpina failed to deliver the General Electric gas turbine unit for this GRES, leaving the cargo in the middle of the route.

The unit was transported from Spain, and the forwarding company managed to deliver the equipment to VerkhniyeChusovskiyeGorodki, which is near Perm, where it was unloaded on the river wharf. Then it was planned to haul the cargo but the project itself turned out to be very expensive. The total budget only of land phase of transportation was quoted at EUR 8 million, it included reinforcement of bridges, raising of overhead power lines and obtaining of all approvals. The Client did not confirm this budget as it had initially been many-fold less. Obtaining of permits was questionable as well. Panalpina left the project, failing to deliver the cargo to the destination point. For almost a year the unit (2 bulky items of equipment, gas turbine with a total weight of 320 tons and the 260-ton generator) had been in the open. A new tender was announced and STS Logistics managed to receive this project in relentless competition. Eventually, the cargo was loaded back onto the barge, delivered to Perm, reloaded on special railway transporters and taken to the final destination.

One of the most expected speeches became that by Igor Bryzgunov, Chairman of the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry. It is not a secret that logistics for wind generation in EU is one of the growth drivers for the entire project transport industry. This business is also rather successfully developing in Ukraine, the neighboring country. But in Russia, where priorities are traditionally given to nuclear, thermal and hydropower industries development, the wind power is considered as a cold prospect. Domestic companies have almost no experience in transporting blades and nacelles, and they don’t have sufficient amount of special machinery to carry such loads. This gap has to be rapidly reduced as, according to the Association, 3.6 thousand Megawatt of wind farms will be constructed in Russia by 2024 and for this purpose it will be required to transport 4320 blade units (weighing from 25 to 60 tons) and 1440 tower units (the whole complex weighs from 200 to 350 tons).

  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes

The next presentation was devoted to unique transportation of reactor pressure vessel for the forth unit of Tianwan NPP (China). This project was highlighted by Dmitry Yarovoy, OMZ Group. Normally, transportation of such equipment from IzhorskiyeZavody workshops is meticulously elaborated, but in 2015 the logistic department of the plant faced a challenging task: a force majeure related to operating processes resulted in readiness for shipment of the pressure vessel only in December. Therefore, it brought about issues with closed navigation, difficulties of passing under the bridges of St. Petersburg and so on. Eventually, the oversize cargo was moved to the sea port across St. Petersburg. For the first time the cargo with such weight parameters was hauledstraight along the city.

AlekseiMamykin, Department Head of Instar Projects, shared experience of delivering equipment for Kandym Gas Processing Plant Project. Total volume of cargo that had to be transported was more than 70,000 ft, including heavy and critical abnormal load of 19,000 ft. The most complicated part of the route was the 1,500-kilometer long passage from the Port of Kuryk (Kazakhstan) to Kandym Gas Processing Plant in Uzbekistan.

The most critical cargo on this project was the main absorber – there were 2 units with a dead weight of 317 tons. All the activities with infrastructure were aimed at this very cargo. More than a thousand obstacles that had to be considered and overcome one way or another. This included 92 bridges, about 15% of which had to be reconstructed, and 16 railway crossings one of which was a real bottleneck on the territory of Kazakhstan. The company completed transportation of all OOG and heavy cargoes by the end of September and already received a recognition letter from the client – Hyundai Engineering.

AleksandrKrivosheev, DAKOTRANS General Director, made a speech about logistical support of hydraulic turbines export. The actuality of the speech is braced by the breakthrough made by Russia in this direction within the last few years.Just so, 3 units were delivered for the Turkish Kygy HPP, the turbine – for Raahe station (Finland) and 2 power units – for Syrdarya TPP in Uzbekistan. Russian equipment will be used for reconstruction of Plavinas HPP (Latvia). But the main direction of the “turbine breakthrough” became Latin America.

Russia is also the world’s leader in the number of power generation units for nuclear power plants constructed both in our country and abroad. AleksandrTorgashov, General Director of AET Trans, spoke about particular nature of delivering outsized and overweight equipment for the power generation units of Russia and Belarus. According to him, complexity of logistics is based on the fact that almost all the Russian power units are built on the operational sites. It means that they are the substituting facilities. The currently operational units are decommissioned and the sites for new units are almost in the same area with the power generation units which are already live. Aleksandr elaborated on the examples of equipment delivery for Rostov, Leningrad, Novovoronezh and Belarus NPPs.


  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes

Sergei Ovsienko, General Director of Beluga Projects Logistic, reported on another remarkable project. A rolling mill is under construction at the local metallurgical plant in Kamensk-Uralskiy. In less than a year, this plant will start manufacturing of aluminium sheets which have never been manufactured elsewhere in the world before. Within this project, Beluga Projects Logistic carried out a unique operation on moving and installation of aluminium hot rolling line in a narrow space of the plant’s workshop. Total weight of equipment that was to be shipped, carried and installed amounted to 4030 tons.

This day, rich in reports and discussions, finished with a friendly dinner to the accompaniment of saxophone. The Conference continued on November 25.

The second day of the Forum was divided into two parts. The first session was devoted to various relevant issues of dealing with unique cargoes. In particular, WijnandHerinckx, Director of Ahlers Moscow, dwelled upon operations between a forwarding agent and customs authorities. As an example, he mentioned the project of 2015, on which Ahlers organized delivery of oversized and heavy-weight equipment for the needs of TAIF-NK from Malaysia to Nizhnekamsk. The speech focused on such issues as: difficulties arising during customs clearance, classification solutions and approval of supporting documentation.

Representatives of AVIACON ZITOTRANS shared experience of transporting out-of-gauge equipment by IL-76 airplanes. The most prominent example is delivery of the 46-ton rotor shaft from Yekaterinburg to Pusan (Korea). The main difficulty was related to the weight of the cradle for this rotor, as 46 tons is the maximum safe load for the airplane of this type, and no other additional equipment can be carried on board. That is why none of the IL-76 operators except for AVIACON ZITOTRANS confirmed this load. Everybody believed that this cargo can be transported only by Ruslan aircraft which is basically the evident solution. But for the client this option would cost 1.5 times more. AVIACON ZITOTRANS found the way to fix this engineering task and successfully delivered the item to South Korea.

Of particular interest to the attendees was the speech made by Scientific and Research Institute of Salvage and Underwater Technologies “Naval Academy”. Anton Ageev, Head of Sunken Objects Lifting Department, spoke about unique lifting operation on raising the two-deck diesel-electric ship “Bulgaria” with the weight of 780 tons in Kuybyshev Reservoir.5 years ago the vessel sank at the depth of 20 meters, 112 people were declared dead. It was the first time in Russia when such a large ship was raised from such a depth of the river.

  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes
  VIII international conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016» (November, 24-25, 2016, Moscow), devoted to transportation, lifting and assembly of heavy and oversize cargoes

The second session was fully dedicated to the subject of key risks arising during project freight.

As is well known, any case of expensive cargo transportation always implies potential risk involving its loss, damage or destruction. Cargo owners face a dilemma: whether to shoulder these problems or shuffle them off to an insurance company. Oleg Glazkritskiy, Director of Industrial Insurance Brokers, told everybody about the way these issues are tackled in Russia.

AleksandrKomissarov, Manager of Center of Railway Technologies “Negabarit”, made the following speech: Particular Features and Advantages of Bulky Cargo Railway Carriage. He told how the feasibility study helps to mitigate the risks and reduce the time of delivery. In his presentation he noted a new trend – cargoes gradually return to the railway transport. In his opinion, given correct preparation and shipping arrangement, railway transport is often an optimal choice for heavy lift carriage.

The topic of preparation of oversize and heavy cargoes for haulage triggered a hot discussion. Anatoly Shmelev, Deputy Director of RusSurvey, reported that insufficient cargo securing is the cause of 70% of unsafe transportation. Besides, 40% of road traffic accidents involving a single vehicle are caused by loss of control over the vehicle due to shifting of a poorly secured cargo. Most of drivers are not familiar with theory and methods of cargo securing, just like most of forwarding companies.

The subject was followed up by Oleg Karpovich, CNIIMF Project Manager, who spoke about safety requirements during shipment of bulky and heavy-weight loads by water.

“Bottle of Champagne” reception completed the second day.

If you are interested in further details about the Conference, do not hesitate to contact the Organizing Committee of the forum by phone +79263772080 or e-mail: info@ibforum.ru

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Draft Delegate List of «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016»

Public authorities

Rostansnadzor

  • Sergeyev Alexey, Head of International Road Transportation Control Department
  • Poroshin Andrey, Deputy Head of International Road Transportation Department

Rosmorrechflot

  • Zlobin Igor, Deputy Head of Inland Water Transport Management

Federal Road Agency

  • Yakhnyuk Alexander, Deputy Head of Road Construction and Exploitation Management

Federal Public Institution “Rosdormonitoring”

  • Ugarov Konstantin, Director
  • Chertkov Andrey, Deputy Director

Cargo owners

ERIELL GmbH (Uzbekistan)

  • Kayumov Sultanbek, Head of Kandym Gas Refinery Project for Logistics
  • Hasanov Sharif, Head of Logistics Department

Tecnimont Russia

  • Gulzat Iskakova

REGAJV   

  • Mamedov Vadim, Head of Logistics Department
  • Safronov Pyotr, Deputy Head of Sea Transportation Logistics

Ronesans Endustri Tesisleri Insaat Sanayive Ticaret A.S.,Turkmenistan branch    

  • Sadyyev Bahtiyar, Logistics Manager

 

Amur Gas and Chemical Complex (PJSC “SIBUR”)

  • Larinov Vladimir, Logistics Expert

Atomstroyexport/JC “NIAEP”

  • Kenjaikin Nikolay, Leading Specialist

Atomenergoproekt

  • Korovkin Sergey, Chief Specialist
  • Garaev Ilnur, Lead Engineer
  • Kireyev Evgeniy, Engineer of 1st Category

Velesstroy

  • Vidak Marina, Logistics Management Director
  • Salimov Vladimir, Head of Transport Logistics Department

Gazpromneft

  • Hripunov Evgeniy, Logistics Manager
  • Buzin Konstantin, Transport Manager
  • Moskalenko Andrey, Customs Clearance Management

Intertechelectro Group

  • Anton Sumin, Chief Specialist

John Deer Rus

  • Lemishevskaya Vladislava, Logistics Manager
  • Malikov Dmirtiy, Logistics and Order Management Analyst

ZapSibNeftekhim

  • Mishchenko Viktoriya, Chief Expert for Logistics and Oversized Cargo Transportation
  • Podluzhniy Anton, Chief Expert for Logistics and Oversized Cargo Transportation
  • Ved Sergey, Expert for Logistics and Oversized Cargo Transportation

Cryogenmash

  • Yarovoy Dmitriy, Director of Logistics Department

Mining Solutions

  • Ribnikova Elena, Logistics Department Manager

Nizhnekamskneftekhim

  • Snopkov Andrey, Head of Logistic Department

OMK

  • Chulkov Oleg, Head of Transport and Warehouse Field Technology Development
  • Latishev Igor, Head of Logistics Management

NIPIgazpererabotka

  • Kalinina Elizaveta, Logistics Expert
  • Guzarijev Bulat, Logistics Expert

Renaissance Heavy Industries

  • Kluyev Sergey, Head of Department

RUSAL

  • Avdyunin Vyacheslav, Logistics Manager\Engineering and Construction Division
  • Slyadnev Evgeniy, Logistics Department Manager

Sibirskaya Ugolnaya Energeticheskaya Kompaniya (SUEK)

  • Kovtun Alexander, Specialist

Siloviye Mashiny

  • Samsonov Igor, Head of Transportation and Warehousing Department
  • Zakharkin Sergey, Multimodal Transportation Manager

Energy Siemens

  • Volkov Alexander, Chief Logistics Specialist

StankoPressMasch

  • Alekseyev Mikhail, CEO

Freight forwarders

Agility

  • Klimeckiy Pyotr, Project Business Development Manager

Ahlers Moscow

  • Wijnand Herinckx, Director

ÀÊ Group

  • Gerasimova Irina, Executive Director

Alandia-Transport

  • Chepaykin Sergey, Director
  • Shcherbakov Sergey, Head of Multimodal Transportation Department

APS (Belarus)

  • Kartashevich Anton, Manager of Project and Oversized Cargoes Department

AsstrA

  • Lokhovin Egor, Specialist of Heavy and Oversized Cargoes

ATOMSPECSTROYTECHNIKA

  • Rezanov Leonid, Director
  • Rezanov Vitaliy, Deputy Director

Baltic Forwarding Company

  • Viktorov Oleg, CEO

BATI SHIPPING AND TRADING SA

  • Caner Aydin, President
  • Mehmet Koslu, project manager

BelARMO (Belarus)

  • Matveyuk Yuriy, Deputy General Director
  • Pavlovskiy Vitaliy, Development Director

BelDorTyazhTrans  (Belarus) 

  • Pristavka Valeriy, CEO

Beluga Projects Logistic

  • Ovsiyenko Sergey, CEO
  • Shmelev Alexander, Chief Engineer

Belomortrans

  • Kolyagin Sergey, Deputy General Director

Benchmark Cargo

  • Chegodayev Alexey, CEO
  • Chegodayev Ilya

Benchmark Trading

  • Egupov Evgeniy, CEO
  • Halilov Nazim, Sales Director

Benchmark Logistics

  • Peshkov Pavel, CEO

BST logistics

  • Mikhailova Milana, Executive Director

C-ShippingLtd

  • Belashchenko Nadezhda, Executive Director

Chandler Group

  • Nekhvyadovich Vladimir, CEO
  • Golosov Mikhail, Head of Chandler GmbH Branch in Moscow
  • Kyoning Irina, Director of Chandler GmbH in Hamburg

BST logistics
Mikhailova Milana, Executive Director

C-ShippingLtd

  • Belashchenko Nadezhda, Executive Director

Chandler Group

  • Nekhvyadovich Vladimir, CEO
  • Golosov Mikhail, Head of Chandler GmbH Branch in Moscow
  • Kyoning Irina, Director of Chandler GmbH in Hamburg

DAKOTRANS

  • Krivosheyev Alexander, Director

Deugro Projects

  • Sinicin Pavel, Project Manager
  • Genkina Evgeniya, Deputy General Director
  • Prikhodko Pavel, Deputy General Director

DFDS Seaways

  • Polishchuk Igor, Sales Manager

DHL Global Forwarding

  • Shaikina Vasilisa, Head of Client Management Group
  • Chilina Ekaterina, Business Development Manager of Project Logistics Department

Easmar Logistics Oy (Finland)

  • Marko Makela, Project Director

East West Agency

  • Vyalimaa Alexander, CEO
  • Timofeyev Sergey, Deputy General Director

FESCO

  • Yarullin Marat, Head of Sales Department
  • Kanatayev Denis, Project Logistics Director
  • Pyankov Alexander, Head of 3PL Project Development Department

GAC Shipping&Logistics Ltd

  • Alexander Bazhan, Business Developing Manager

Gold Star Consulting Oy (Finland)

  • Luostarinen Igor, Managing director

GL Oversize

  • Grishin Alexander, CEO
  • Grishin Kirill, Deputy General Director

Global Expedition Service

  • Guzhva Igor, CEO
  • Melnikov Alexander, Commercial Director

GUS-TRANS (Germany)

  • Kopin Andrey, Head of Project Department

Highland Project Logistics Inc (USA)

  • Derkach Natalia, Director of Business Development

ICT Logistics A/S (Latvia)

  • Narolska Regina, Head of Riga Branch Office

Infotech Baltika

  • Altukhov Yuriy, Deputy Director of Project Cargo Transportation
  • Aleksandrov Viktor, Deputy Logistics Director
  • Polyakova Viktoriya, Manager of Project Cargo Customs Clearance Department

Instar Projects

  • Shelkov Alexander, CEO
  • Zaitseva Elena, Managing Director
  • Mamykin Alexey, Business Developing Manager
  • Fomin Dmitriy, Project Transportation Manager
  • Shramko Alexey, Project Department for Transportation of Oversized and Heavy Cargoes Manager
  • Bazarskiy Yuriy, Head of Department

InSpetsKom

  • Petrushchenko Viktor, CEO
  • Selivanon Vitaliy, Head of Oversized and Heavy Cargoes Department

Intrans

  • Voluyskiy Vyacheslav, CEO

Jenti-Spedition Moscow

  • Panov Bogdan, Head of Oversized Cargo Department
  • Rotkavich Alexandra, Project Manager
  • Kachan Alexander, Head of CIS Field

KeystoneLogistics

  • Kotenev Dmitriy, Leading Manager of General Cargoes and Project Solutions Department
  • Vorobyev Vitaliy, Head of General Cargoes and Project Solutions Department

Keen Mark Group

  • Kovalenko Denis, Head of Sales Department
  • Galkin Dmitriy, Deputy Head of Project Department
  • Kuvshinov Alexander, Project Manager

Keen-Mark Logistics

  • Shafarostov Alexey, CEO

KraftTrans (Belarus)

  • Bogdanovich Sergey, Deputy Director for Multimodal Transportation
  • Ivanov Gennadiy, Sales Department Leading Specialist

Logistics Company “Vesta”

  • Trunov Sergey, Deputy General Director
  • Popov Mikhail, Head of Project Transportation Department

Ì-Group

  • Egiazaryan Sergey, CEO
  • Eranosyan Ani, Executive Director

Magellan

  • Hublaryan Arkadiy, CEO
  • Lizyura Daria, Head of the Branch

Magellan Trans

  • Sobolev Georgiy, Director

Magdenli NakliyatA.S. (Turkey)

  • Selchuk Gormezoglu, General Manager
  • Necmi Kochak, Sales Manager

Mainstream Logistic

  • Kuznecov Artyom, Director
  • Fedorov Sergey, Technical Director
  • Chetvertikov Oleg, Executive Director

Mammoet Rus

  • Geykalo Andrey, CommercialDirector
  • Gotalskiy Alexander, SalesManager
  • Chernenkov Igor, Deputy General Director
  • Popov Yuriy, CEO

Marina Transport Inter-Cargo

  • Kolotilov Gennadiy, Manager

Martrade Logistics (Ãåðìàíèÿ)

  • Grig Roman, Managing Director
  • Vasilyev Sergey, Head of Russian Representative

MBM Trans

  • Mochalyuk Pavel, Deputy General Director

Militzer&Munch

  • Pudov Vladimir, Project Transportation Leading Manager

Modul

  • Smirnov Maksim, Sales Department Specialist
  • Rodygin Vladimir, Chief Technologist

Mortrans

  • Prokoshev Oleg, Deputy Director

Multimodal Container Service

  • Shablin Gleb, CEO

NAWINIA RUS

  • Oleg Urvan, Head of project department
  • Skorobogatko Alexey, Project Department Manager

Negabarit – Yug

  • Usenko Alexey, Director
  • Lukashchuk Raisa, Manager

NevaSpecTyazh

  • Chumak Alexander, CEO

Novotec Export

  • Ishutin Vladimir, Commercial Director

Oboronlogistika

  • Filatov Anton, CEO
  • Kushnirov Andrey, Deputy General Director for Sea Transport
  • Omatov Evgeniy, Head of Service

Pik-Transport

  • Voroncov Konstantin, Director

Pfaff Logistik RUS

  • Sirotenko Oksana, Deputy General Director

PortTransService

  • Lykasova Ekaterina, Project Manager
  • Batanova Mariya, Deputy Director for Commercial Affairs

Rezonans (Belarus)

  • Yurchenko Andrey, Commercial Director

Rivest-Trans-Service

  • Boderskov Igor, CEO

Roll-Kraft

  • Tokarev Roman, CEO

RosTrans

  • Berg Ivan, CEO
  • Belov Artem, Commercial Director

RosTransLogistic

  • Shumskoy Andey, CEO

RosTransLogistic – L

  • Ludvinizkiy Ilya, CEO

Rusforward

  • Belayev Alexander, CEO
  • Nikitin Mikhail, Project Manager

RTL

  • Reshetkov Mikhail, Director
  • Sarayev Denis, Deputy Director for Operational Work
  • Rostovceva Valeriya, Manager

RWTO

  • Volkov Pavel, Commercial Director
  • Komissarow Alexander, CEO

Sarens Bel

  • Popov Andrey, Director

Schenker Deutschland AG (Germany)

  • Guenter Gauls, Senior Project Manager, Global Projects

Sevnor Logistics

  • Krapivin Sergey, CEO

SibTransService

  • Demidov Sergey, CEO

Silvasti Heavy Oy (Finland)

  • Hannu Vuorinen, Director, Business Development
  • Olga Manukhina, Sales Manager

SLK KUKBO Co. (South Korea)

  • Sam Choi, Managing Director

Sovfracht

  • Okorokov Ivan, Head of Sea Transportation Department
  • Diev Vitaliy, «Sovfracht-Shipping» Director
  • Fedorov Andrey, «Sovfracht-Shipping» Head of Engineering-Technical Directory
  • Lugovcev Andrey, Head of Industrial and Oil and Gas Projects Department
  • Blank Maksim, Chief Specialist of Industrial and Oil and Gas Projects Department
  • Naumov Stanislav, Development Manager

SP «Raizing» (Belarus)

  • Yuncevich Marina, Head of Oversized Transportation Department
  • Sheleg Vladislav, Specialist for Working with Clients of the Oversized Transportation Department

STA Logistic

  • Galanz Roman, Deputy General Director
  • Zhurik Andrey, Head of Road and Project Transportation Department
  • Fedoseyev Anton, Leading Specialist

Standard Forwarding

  • Galaganov Vladimir, CEO

STS logisticcs

  • Kirill Vlasov, CEO

Tallship (Estonia)

  • Kamoza Sergey, Director

TechnoService

  • Gusev Pavel, Director

Tetro Exp

  • Ositinovskiy Dmitriy, CEO

TMBC Logistics

  • Bulygin Alexander, Sales Director

Tork Industrial Logistics Solutions (Turkey)

  • Krokhalev Danila, Business Development Manager

 

Truck-Service

  • Korniyenko Valeriy, Director

Trans – Group SPb

  • Smuk Vladimir, Director
  • Pavlov Sergey, Transportation Specialist
  • Krichfalushi Vladlen, Representative in Moscow

Transafe Logistic

  • Veraksich Denis, Vice-President

Transi

  • Zaryanov Igor, Deputy General Director

Transkonsult Group (Belarus)
Kochurko Yuriy, Head of Import Logistics Department
Krac Viktor, Director of Logistic Department

Translokatsiya

  • Kolesnikov Andrey, CEO
  • Shadchin Maksim, Transportation Director

Trenze logistics (Lithuania)

  • Pelyushenok Denis, Director

Tranzit

  • Petrukhin Vyacheslav, CEO
  • Sevryukov Vadim, Development Director

Tranzit-M

  • Moskvin Igor, CEO
  • Moskvin Sergey, Executive Director

TRASKO

  • Moiseyev Denis, Head of Department
  • Kiva Denis, Head of Perm Department

TRF-United

  • Nikolayev Mikhail, Deputy Head Department

Turksib Magistral (Uzbekistan)

  • Aydarov Zhan, CEO

Universal Forwarder

  • Aleshkin Igor, Saint Petersburg’s branch Director
  • Chernykh Alexey, Deputy Saint Petersburg’s branch Director

Universal Transport St. Petersburg

  • Bezdenezhnykh Valentin, Business Development Director

Universal Transport Vostok GmbH (Germany)

  • Olga Patzenhauer, Sales Manager

Vega Logistics

  • Svishchenko Marina, CEO

Volgo-Baltic Logistics

  • Goldin Evgeniy, CEO
  • Chernov Alexander, Technical Director

Volgaintrans

  • Shchepkov Eduard, Technical Director

Volga – Don Transservice

  • Tolochok Oleg, Director

Vostokneftezavodmontazh

  • Gabdrakhmanov Vil, Director
  • Mustafin Rustem, First Deputy Director, Chief Engineer

UTEC

  • Papayanaki Vladimir, CEO

Railway operators

PUL Trans (JCS «Port Ust-Luga Transport Company»)

  • Mechev Denis, Commercial Director 

RZD Logistics

  • Vinokurova Nataliya, Deputy Sales Director

Air companies and aviation brokers

Air Company Volga-Dnepr

  • Gulyayanovskiy Andrey, Transport Service Development Manager
  • Prokofyev Alexander, Optimization and Engineering Solutions Leading Specialist

Air Charter Service

  • Nikulin Dmitriy, Director of Cargo Flights Department

Air Company “Aviakon Zitotrans”

  • Solomeina Mariya, Leading Manager for Charter Flights
  • Chistyakova Mariya, Leading Manager for Charter Flights

Air Company “Air Bridge Cargo”

  • Bernovskaya Darina, Head of Sales Department Russia and CIS
  • Krysanov Andrey, Deputy Manufacturing Director
  • Borisov Valeriy, Charter Cargo Transportation Department Manager

UTair-Helicopter Services

  • Malcev Danila, Project Sales Manager
  • Kary-Niyazov Timur, Project Development Manager

Shipping companies

Atlantic Ro-Ro Carriers Inc

  • Simonov Vladimir, Head of Representative Office

Ark Shipping Company

  • Sochin Alexander, Chief of Fleet Operation Service

BigLift Shipping (The Netherlands)

  • Aveyeva Danara, Commercial Manager

Briese Chartering GmbH & Co.KG (Germany)

  • Lazareva Ilona, General Manager
  • Neiland Pavel, Chartering Manager

B.S.B.S. / Dawson Group Limited

  • Rydin Alexander, Head of Freight Department
  • Naumov Alexander, Freight Department Manager

Hansa Heavylift GmbH (Germany)

  • Faldin Gleb, Commercial Manager

Ingria Shipping

  • Verkhovetskiy Ilya, Head of the Chartering Department
  • Ostapchenko Evgeniy, Project Cargo Transportation Manager

Kaalbye Shipping International Ltd, BVI

  • Slipchenko Oleg, Director of Charter Department Äèðåêòîð
  • Kondratyev Yuriy, Specialist of Charter Department

Kazmortransflot (Kazakhstan)

  • Zhaigaliyev Bauyrzhan, Leading Specialist of Marketing and Contract Department
  • Orzhanov Aydar, Commercial Director

NEPTUMAR (agent of CHIPOLBROK shipping company in Russia)

  • Goridko Andrey, CEO
  • Marasin Dmitriy, Head of Project Transportation Department

North River Shipping Company

  • Lavonen Sergey, CEO
  • Novikov Vladimir, Deputy General Director for Production

North – Western Shipping Company

  • Levitskiy Sergey, Leading Specialist for Freight

Northern Shipping Company

  • Avramenko Sergey, Freighter

Morvenna Shipping Company

  • Baranov Alexander, Head of Commercial Department

ÌÒ-Group

  • Philipov Philipp, Fleet Exploitation Director

Shipmar Co. LTD

  • Batin Andrey, CEO

Solar Shipping

  • Simkin Mikhail, Specialist of Oversized Cargo Transportation Department

SovKomFlot

  • Ambrosov Nikolay, Leading Specialist

Shipping Agency «River-Sea»

  • Zazvonov Vladimir, Head of Tender Department

Sea and river ports

Commercial Sea Port Ust-Luga

  • Eremova Lidia, Head of Sales Department
  • Fyodorov Anton, Sales Department Manage

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Kama Terminal «Vostok»

  • Nosov Aleksey, Director
  • Zigangirov Rashid, Director
  • Salakhov Ruslan, Sales Specialist

Paldiski Sadamate AS (Estonia)

  • Arno Igor, Commercial Direcor

Port Bronka

  • Russkikh Miroslav, Head of Sales Department
  • Larin Sergey, Leading Specialist of Sales Department

Port Perm

  • Izyumov Igor, Business Development Director

Saint Peter’s Terminal

  • Lobodinskiy Stanislav, Leading Specialist

Salekhard River Port

  • Kuznecov Sergey, Executive Director

Terminal Tolyatti

  • Suslov Alexander, CEO

Engineering companies and project institutes

CNIIMF

  • Karpovich Oleg, Project Manager

Digital Marine Technology (Ukraine)

  • Stankov Boris, Director

Marine Cargo Bureau

  • Yuferov Vladimir, Deputy Director

Morstroytechnology

  • Golovizin Alexander, Director, Logistics and Analytics

Research Institute of Rescue and Underwater Technologies Military Educational and Scientific Center of the Navy «Naval Academy» 

  • Ageyev Anton, Head of Sunk Object Lifting Department

Trans Engineering Company

  • Sergeyev Sergey, Head of Engineering Department

Survey, insurance companies and brokers

Alfa Strakhovaniye

  • Sidyakova Svetlana, Leading Expert

Industrial Insurance Brokers

  • Glazkritskiy Oleg, CEO

Insurance Company «Spasskie Vorota»

  • Kokin Mikhail, Chief Specialist of Cargo Insurance Department

Insurance Broker «Paditrans»

  • Sharova Oksana, Deputy General Director

Insurance House VSK

  • Portanskiy Andrey, Executive Director of Insurance Cargo Development

Mains

  • Yumasheva Ekaterina, Vice President

NMKS

  • Seleznev Alexander, CEO

Rus Survey

  • Shmelyev Anatoliy, Deputy Director–Senior Expert

Rigging Companies

100 TONN Service

  • Gaab Alexander, Commercial Director

Heavy Lift Company “Tyani – Tolkay”

  • Konoplyev Alexander, Project Manager

Rental Units

  • Alexandrov Ivan, Director

Public and professional associations

Russian Association of Wind Industry

  • BryzgunovIgor, Chairman

Machinery and equipment manufacturers

ENERPAC IS (Holland)

  • Erik Tigelaar, Sales Director

FAYMONVILLE

  • Petrov Igor

Goldhofer (Germany)

  • Raimund Loechle, Area Sales Manager

ENERPAC IS (The Netherlands)

  • Erik Tigelaar, Sales Director

NooteboomTrailersB.V. (The Netherlands)

  • Johan Nieuwenhuis, Sales Manager
  • Olesya Gommers, Export Sales

Industrial Special Techniques (InSpecTekhnika)

  • Demin Evgeniy, CEO
  • Nikitin Denis, Head of Sales Department

Industrie Cometto S.p.A.

  • Krupin Ilya, Representation Director

KurganStalMost

  • Bezborodov Dmitriy, Head of Logistics Management

Liebherr-Russland

  • Shevyakov Roman, Director of Mobile Cranes Department

Lifting Products

  • Lokteva Nadezhda, CEO

Specpricep

  • Bukin Aleksey

Teci Rus

  • Metelkov Sergey, Sales Specialist
  • Kovylin Anton, Sales Specialist

TIIS

  • Filimonov Dmitriy, Project Manager

Tverstroymash

  • Bochenkov Sergey, CEO

Mass-media

IAA «PortNews»

  • Chernov Vitaliy, Chief Editor

“RZD – Partner” Magazine

  • Perepelica Oksana, reporter

Agenda
International Conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2016»

November 24

9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Registration of participants

10:00 a.m. Conference start

Conference Chair – Yuri Tamantsev, RBC TV Channel Anchor

Session I. State Regulation

RosMorRechFlot

  • Condition of Inland Waterways and the Issue of “Low Tide”
  • Igor Zlobin, Deputy Head of Inland Water Transport Administration

RosDorMonitoring

  • Ensuring Preservation of Federal Public Highways: Problems and Outlook
  • Konstantin Ugarov, Director

Transit-M

  • Practice of Issuing Special Permits, the Latest Changes
  • Igor Moskvin, General Director

11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Coffee break

Session II. Relevant Issues of Bulky Cargo Transportation

Instar Projects

  • Kandymsk GPP Project. Preparation of Transport Infrastructure and Delivery of Bulky Cargoes
  • Aleksei Mamykin, Head of Business Development Department

Resume: The total volume of cargo that was to be transported is more than 70,000 ft, including overweight and critically abnormal load weighing 19,000 ft. The most complicated part of the route was the 1,500km long passage from the port of Kuryk in Kazakhstan to Kandymsk gas processing plant in Uzbekistan.

Agility

  • Togliatti Azot Project
  • Pyotr Klimetskiy, Project Business Development Manager

Resume: It took 2 years of elaborate preparations to organize transportation of loads for Togliatti Azot Project. Heavy cargoes were shipped to Togliatti from the ports of Italy, Austria and India. Transportation took more than 3 months. The most challenging on this project were activities in the port of Togliatti where Agility carried out onshore unloading of heavy lift and its delivery to the final destination.

AET Trans

  • Transporting Equipment for NPP
  • Aleksandr Torgashov, General Director

Resume: Today Russia is the world’s leader in the number of power units constructed both in Russia and abroad. Specific aspects of delivery of bulky and heavy-weight equipment for Russian power units and Belarus. ROSATOM Group application of Unified industrial standard of procurement (UISP) to services of arrangement of oversize and heavy equipment transportation.

Russian Association of Wind Power Industry

  • Wind Power in Russia: Problems and Prospects
  • Igor Bryzgunov, Chair

Resume: The Russian wind power industry, namely 3 largest companies will have to design and build almost 700 Megawatt of wind farms in the next few years, and the next year this volume shall be almost doubled due to other participants. This is a serious engineering and organization task and even today the market players are facing a lot of problems…

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Business lunch

Session III. “Heavy” Projects for Siberia and Urals

HANSA HEAVY LIFT GmbH

  • Best Practices of Working at Northern Sea Route during Navigation of 2016
  • Gleb Faldin, Commercial Manager

Resume: This year HANSA HEAVY LIFT vessels participated in delivery of equipment for Omsk Refinery. The cargo with a total weight of 6 thousand tons travelled from St. Petersburg to the Gulf of Ob. Another important project of the Company implemented in the Russian North is delivery of equipment for Yamal LNG Project.

STS logistics

  • Project for Sredneuralskaya GRES
  • Kirill Vlasov, General Director

Resume: In 2008 one of the foreign forwarding companies failed to deliver the General Electric gas turbine plant for Sredneuralskaya GRES, leaving the cargo in the middle of the route. For almost a year the plant had been in the open, until new carrier was found – they proposed a new route and delivered the unit to GRES.

Gazpromneft

  • Logistics Operation to Deliver Equipment to Omsk Refinery
  • Konstantin Buzin, Head of Transportation Division

Resume: Extensive refurbishment program is ongoing at Omsk Refinery which is aimed at increasing refining efficiency and yield of light petroleum products. Unique equipment is delivered to the plant within this refurbishment. Just so, in early August the coke drums, manufactured by VolgogradNeftemash and record-setting in their weight-size parameters, were shipped to Omsk Refinery (4 units weighing 636 tons each). Until now, no fabricator in Russia has produced coke drums of such considerable dimensions.

Transit

  • Transporting the Reactor Pressure Vessel along Saint Petersburg
  • Vadim Sevryukov, Development Director

Resume: In December 2015 Izhorskiye Zavody shipped the pressure vessel for the forth unit of Tianwan NPP (China). The outsized load was carried to the sea port of Saint Petersburg and sent to the client. For the first time the cargo with such weight parameters was hauled along the territory of the city.

3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Coffee break

Session IV. Relevant Issues of Heavy Transportation and Lifting

Volga-Dnepr Airlines

  • Specifics of Heavy Equipment Air Freight in Oil and Gas Sector
  • Andrei Gulyayanovskiy, Head of Transport Service Development Department

Feniks

  • Port-Centric Logistics for Bulky Loads
  • Miroslav Russkikh, Head of Sales Department

DAKOTRANS

  • Logistical Support of Hydraulic Turbines Export
  • Aleksandr Krivosheev, General Director

Resume: For the last few years Russia has made a breakthrough in export of hydraulic turbines. Just so, 3 units were delivered for the Turkish Kygy HPP, the turbine – for Raahe plant (Finland) and 2 power units – for Syrdarya TPP in Uzbekistan. Russian equipment will be used for reconstruction of Plavinas HPP (Latvia). But the main direction of the turbine breakthrough became Latin America…

Beluga Projects Logistic 

  • Set of Operations on Transportation from Storage Areas and Installation of Aluminum Hot Mill Line 
  • Sergei Ovsienko, General Director

 

Resume: A new rolling mill is under construction at the iron and steel plant in Kamensk-Uralsky. In less than a year the aluminum sheets will start to be manufactured at this plant – such sheets have never before been manufactured by anyone in the world. The total weight of equipment to be shipped, carried and installed made 4030 tons.


November 25

10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Welcoming coffee break

Conference Chair – Vitaly Chernov, Editor-in-chief, IAA PortNews

Session I. Unique Projects, Sharing Experience

Scientific and Research Institute of Salvage and Underwater Technologies “Naval Academy”

  • Lifting of Diesel-Electric Ship “Bulgaria”
  • Anton Ageev, Head of Department of Sunken Objects Lifting

Resume: The speech highlights unique lifting operation to raise the two-deck motor vessel “Bulgaria” with the weight of 780 tons in Kuybyshev Reservoir. 5 years ago the vessel sank at the depth of 20 meters, 112 people declared dead. It was the first time in Russia when such a large ship was raised from such a depth of the river.

Ahlers Moscow

  • Arranging the Plant Transportation to Nizhnekamsk – Project Management and Document Control in Compliance with RF FTS Requirements
  • Wijnand Herinckx, Director

Resume: At the end of 2015 Ahlers arranged delivery of oversized and heavy-weight equipment for the needs of TAIF-NK from Romania to Nizhnekamsk. The speech will focus on such issues as: difficulties arising during customs clearance, classification solutions, approval of supporting documentation.

UTair – Helicopter services

  • Unique Projects to Carry Out-of-Gauge Cargoes at External Load
  • Danila Maltsev, Head of Russian Projects Support Directorate

AVIACON ZITOTRANS Airlines

  • Budget Solutions for In-Gauge Air Freight
  • Maria Chistyakova, Lead Sales Manager, Charter Flights

12:30 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Coffee break

Session II. Key Risks in Project Cargo Transportation

Industrial Insurance Brokers

  • Oversized Cargo Insurance
  • Oleg Glazkritskiy, Director

Resume: Any case of expensive cargo transportation always implies potential risk involving its loss, damage or destruction. Cargo owners face a dilemma: whether to shoulder these problems or shuffle them off to an insurance company. How is this issue solved in Russia?

Center of Railway Technologies Negabarit

  • Specifics of Project Cargo Carriage along the Russian Railways
  • Pavel Volkov, Commercial Director

Resume: Particular features and advantages of bulky cargo railway carriage. How does FEED help mitigate the risks and reduce delivery timeframes. Trends of the last year – the cargoes gradually return to railway transport. Conclusion: proper preparation and arrangement of carriage often make railway transport the optimal choice for bulky cargo transportation

RusSurvey

  • Preparation of Oversize and Heavy Loads for Motor Transportation: Theory and Practice. Analysis of Accidents
  • Anatoly Shmelev, Deputy Director – Senior Expert

Resume: Practice shows that the reason for 70% of unsafe cargo transportation is insufficient fastening of cargoes. Furthermore, 40% of road traffic accidents with a single vehicle are caused by loss of control over the vehicle due to shifting of poorly secured cargo. The majority of drivers are not aware of theory and methods of cargo fastening, just like most of the forwarding companies.

VESTA Logistics Company

  • Logistics on Power of Siberia Project
  • Sergei Trunov, Deputy General Director

CNIIMF

  • Safety Requirements and their Implementation when Carrying Bulky and Heavy-Weight Loads
  • Oleg Karpovich, Projects Manager

Resume: The speech highlights analysis of current regulatory documents applicable during sea and river transportation of bulky items. The focus is on amendments in legislation in 2016 and 2017. The examples of improper execution of developed projects are given.

3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. “Glass of Champagne” Reception. Time for networking/negotiations

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International Conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2015»

On November 17 the 7th Conference “HEAVY RUSSIA” organized by International Business Forum (IBF) took place in Moscow.

This conference is the annual platform and this challenging year the forum gathered more than 220 delegates from 16 world countries: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Romania, USA, Denmark, Belgium, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan.

The event was sponsored by Volga-Dnepr Airlines, Instar Logistics, COMETTO, InSpetsTekhnika, Romek and STENA LINE.

This time we could not leave aside the issue of economic downturn in Russia. The first session of the conference was fully devoted to this problem.In his speech, Igor Pomochilin, Head of Logistics Service of Volga-Dnepr, talked about some disappointing figures. In the current year there was a reduction of import freight traffic (by 34%), machines, equipment and vehicles (by 50%), foodstuffs (by 7-10%). International motor transportation cutback in the European direction came up to at least 65-70%. According to the speaker, serious alterations of routes and supply chain complication are already ongoing which has pushed up demand for complex logistic services.

AleksandrShelkov, General Director of Instar Projects, suggested his own formula of dealing with recession. The Company is actively entering the CIS/non-CIS markets and seriously differentiating business operations. As an example, he shared good practices of transporting equipment in Mozambique, where the Company had to face poorly developed infrastructure and win over loyalty of native tribes.

Traditionally, the busiest discussion was related to the government regulation of the branch. First of all, this involves timescalesand procedure of OOG transport permitting, issue of corruption in regulatory authorities, as well as new legislative initiatives. Unfortunately, officials did not presume to meet business representatives face-to-face, and the latter had to discuss it in their own circle.

Natalya Timofeeva, Chairperson of Oversize, Heavy and Hazardous Cargo Haulers’ Union, summarized the accumulated problems. In her view, federal and regional highways are in a poor condition only because the “road authorities” themselves do not do anything. It is no good throwing the book at the haulers. There are people who are reluctant to make decisions due to their own interests and pursue hard resistance to officials. Natalya believes that the Ministry of Transport shall solve the issues and problems instead of washing hands and adopting the laws of prohibitive and restrictive nature only. For the last 5 years there hasn’t been any easing or simplification of legislative procedures. All the passed laws only made the life harder for the forwarders, including payment collection. The law makers took a stern position full of restrictions and prohibitions for the transport field. They have found who to blame: oversize carriers are accused of all problems in general, including poor road conditions. These carriers fill just 3% of the freight traffic sector of Russia and in her opinion they cannot damage all the roads in our country.

We have established a good tradition to devote one session to implementation of large-scale projects of the outgoing year. So, Anatoly Koveza, Head of Project Transport Department of CMA CGM Logistics Russia, shared Company’s competence in delivering abnormal components of VITYAZ-M gantry crane to the Russian North.Transportation task was much complicated by extreme water level drop in Russia’s inland waterways at the end of summer 2015. For instance, it has been the first dramatic water level drop in Tsimlyansk Reservoir (used for determining navigable depths downstream) since 1975. At some stages they managed to pass the shallow areas with draft on an even keel 2.04m, maximum allowed draft being 2.05m.

The “low water” subject was followed up by Oleg Tolochyok, Director of Volga-Don-Transservice. His company successfully delivered 2 hydrotreatment reactors R-501 (weighing 227 tons) and R-502 (weighing 255 tons) from Volgodonskacross Ukraine to Mozyr Oil Refinery (Belarus). There were no problems from Ukrainian side in the course of this shipment, but it was unexpectedly impacted by natural forces. On July 18, 2015 upon crossing Kyiv Reservoir in the vicinity of Chernobyl, the tug/barge towing arrangement ran aground in the mouth of Pripyat River for the first time. Meanwhile, abnormal and steep water level drop in Pripyat River was initially reported. Additional tugboats and a dredge ship were engaged in rescue operation of bringing the TBTA afloat and were involved for the entire travel route to destination. From this moment the convoy undertook heroic passing of 108-kilometer long waterways and 84 rapids in Pripyat River. On some rapids the water level was just 40 centimeters. It took 98 days to cope with force majeure in the area close to Chernobyl NPP.

Another challenge was faced by Instar Projects – delivery of waste-heat boiler modules for TPPs in Tashkent and Talimarjan (Uzbekistan) from South Korea, Vietnam and China. Total volume of cargo made 20,750m3, weight – 7,223 tons. In his speech, AleksandrShelkov, General Director of Instar Projects, expanded on haulage stage from the ports of Aktau and Kuryk to construction sites in Uzbekistan. Land transportation length made 1,872 kilometers. Summing up – bad roads, no certificates of bridge structures, non-paying clients – all these issues make transportation in this direction a rather risky undertaking.

The subject of serious risksrelated to heavy lift was followed up by Sergei Ovsienko, General Director of Beluga Projects Logistic. One of the landmark projects of cargo delivery to High North region consisted in transporting 2 coke drums from Spain to Tyumen. Total weight of the items was almost 1,000 tons. Transportation route was rather specific. One and the same dumb barge assisted by different tugboats covered about 9,000 kilometers from the Port of Gijon along the Northern Sea Route, Port of Sabetta (Russia) and the mouth of Ob River to the berth in Tyumen (Russia).

Following the customs clearance in the Port of Sabetta, the cargo was up to the continuous and hard passage along the inland waterways from the mouth of Ob River via rivers Ob, Irtysh, Tobol and Tura to reach Tyumen. It is worth mentioning that Tobol and Tura rivers are not included into the Russian register of navigable rivers because of the low water level. In other words, shipping on these rivers is possible provided that a carrier bears the whole risk. The risk was substantial. Clear enough that a river level can be considered as an average only – the nature of bottom is always different and a lot depends on towers’ experience. Any contact with the bed may be hazardous. Nevertheless, on the last day of high water on September 05, 2014 the barge approached the berth in Tyumen and was successfully moored. Extension of the entire water route of the laden barge upon its leaving the Port of Gijon made 57 days.

A special place at the Conference of 2015 was taken by operations in the Arctic and High North. Thanks to mineral deposits and numerous projects on their development and processing, this region remains one of the most interesting for project forwarders. At the same time this is the most “problematic” region, both because of its geographical remoteness and in terms of infrastructure and climatic aspects. Igor Krotov, Shipping Coordinator of SOUTH TAMBEY LNG expanded on all logistic aspects for the Arctic projects. STL are constructing the first LNG plant in the world above the Arctic Circle.

Another topic of 2015 was devoted to Ro-Ro line operations. For the last few years Russian companies have been using potential of ferry lines for shipping export and import cargoes more and more often. No wonder, as this is one of the most convenient and affordable ways to deliver cargoes over long distances. The lines ensure all-year-round timetable, reliable and quick Ro-Ro transportation, as well as shipment of outsized, project and general loads. High-speed trains Lastochka, boost rockets Souyz-ST for Guiana space center – this is just a little part of unique items carried by Ro-Ro lines.

One of the players working in this market is STENA LINE. Boris Danilevich, Logistics Manager, highlighted the possibilities of oversize freight through the Baltic ports offered by his company.

Another member of this market – HoeghAutoliners – has been working with domestic companies not for the first year. MaksimLukonin, Head of Sales Department of HoeghAutoliners Agency Russia, took the floor to say that unfortunately Ro-Ro segment of the Russian transport market was as much impacted by current economic downturn as other sectors. For example, import of construction gear in January-May 2015 dropped by 75% if compared with the same period of 2014. In 2012 import of construction gear in Russia amounted to almost 42,000 units, moreover, situation in 2015 implies that we can count on far fewer figures, just about 6,000 units. Drastic reduction of import freight flow influenced short-sea carriers in the first place. They offer on-the-spot service from Europe to Russia.

Not for the first time “HEAVY RUSSIA” event touched upon the latest technologies which make the life easier for the forwarders of super heavy loads. Thus, InSpetsTekhnika presented solutions for complicated and special transport tasks using professional hydraulic lifting devices ENERPAC. Of special interest to the delegates was application of up-to-date fastening systems for oversize carriers. ROMEK shared its technical solutions in this field. Conference delegates were also introduced to potential of COMETTO’s modular systems and self-propelled module transporters used for carrying extra heavy items.

If you are interested in further details on the Conference, feel free to contact our Organizing Committee at +79263772080 or e-mail: info@ibforum.ru

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Draft Delegate List of «HEAVY RUSSIA 2015» Conference

State authorities and public associations

RosDorMonitoring

  • /list to be confirmed/

Oversize, Heavy and Hazardous Cargo Haulers’ Union (SACTOG)

  • Natalia Timofeeva,Chair

Cargo owners and engineering companies

AIR LIQUIDE GLOBAL E&C SOLUTIONS

  • Konstantin Okatyev, Director, Purchasing and Logistics Department
  • Anna Ivanova, Logistics Specialist

PREMIUM ENGINEERING

  • Irina Kulygina, Logistics Department Specialist
  • Anna Ragulskaya, Head of Logistics Department

South Tambey LNG

  • Igor Krotov, Shipping Coordinator
  • Vincent Lecot, Transport & Logistic Manager

Atom Energo Proekt

  • Ilnur Garaev

Atom Stroy Export

  • Nikolai Kenyaikin, Chief Specialist

ALSTOM AtomEnergoMash

  • Aleksandr Kurguzkin, Head of Logistics Department

NizhnekamskNeftekhim

  • Andrei Snopkov, Head of International Transport Department

UranTsvetMet

  • Vyacheslav Kornoukhov, Head of Logistics Service

HD Energo

  • Maya Melnikova, Head of Project Support Department

Transport and forwarding companies

Agility

  • Aleksei Chernov, Manager, Industrial Projects Development
  • Aleksei Grekov, Key Account Director
  • Andrei Adamov, Operations Director, Projects and Project Solutions

AKTAU SHIPPING SERVICE AGENCY LTD (Kazakhstan)

  • Denis Moroz, Senior Logistics Manager

BLG Cargo Logistics GmbH (Germany)

  • Anna Moroz, Development Director

Chandler GmbH

  • Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, General Director

CMA CGM LOGISTICS Rus

  • Anatoly Koveza, Head of Project Transport Department

Dealex Transport (Ukraine)

  • Denis Chabanov, Project department

DHL Global Forwarding – Industrial Projects

  • Aleksei Slabikov, Director, Project Logistics Department
  • Kristina Grechko, Head of Transport Logistics and Customs Operations Department

Genaker AG (Ukraine)

  • Sergei Antonenko, Head of Project and Outsized Cargo Department

Highland Project Logistics (USA)

  • Natalia Derkach, Business Development Director

JURTRANSA (Lithuania)

  • Leonid Smolnikov, Director

KOG Transport GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)

  • Stanislaw Winogradow, Project Manager

NAWINIA

  • Rustam Yuldashev, Chair of the Board
  • Oleg Urvan, Head of Project Department

Oy Hacklin Logistics (Finland)

  • Tomas Forsell,Director/Hacklin East

REZONANS (Belarus)

  • Andrei Yurchenko, Commercial Director

Schenker Logistics Romania S.A. (Romania)

  • Martin Bratusa, Senior Consultant
  • Vlad Dobre, Manager Project Logistics

TMBCL

  • Aleksandr Bulygin, Lead Specialist
  • Nadezhda Belashchenko, Executive Director

Alandia-Transport

  • Evgeny Shirobokov, Project Transport Manager

BALTIC MERCUR

  • Dmitry Shumaylov, Deputy Head of Forwarding Department for Operations

BelAMRO

  • Yuri Matveyuk, Deputy General Director

Beluga Projects Logistic

  • Marat Yarullin, Business Development Partner
  • Sergei Ovsienko, General Director
  • Aleksandr Shmelev, Chief Engineer

Benchmark Trading

  • Evgeny Egupov, General Director
  • Nazim Khalilov,Deputy General Director

Benchmark-cargo

  • Pavel Ovcharenko, General Director
  • Aleksei Chegodaev, Director
  • Andrei Logunov, Deputy Director

Volgo-Baltic Logistic

  • Evgeny Goldin, General Director
  • Vitaly Zubakov, Deputy General Director

Volga-Don-Transservice

  • Oleg Tolochyok, Director

VolgaIntrans

  • Eduard Shchepkov, Engineering Director

DSV Transport

  • Ivan Martyushov, Head of Project Transport

Instar Logistics

  • Aleksandr Shelkov, General Director
  • Elena Zaytseva, Managing Director
  • Aleksei Mamykin, Head of Business Development Department
  • Mark Baum, Project Manager
  • Aleksei Shramko, Project Manager

Infotech Baltika

  • Yuri Altukhov, Deputy Director, Project Cargo Transportation

Keystone Logistics

  • Dmitry Kotenev, Lead Manager, Project Solutions Department
  • Vitaly Vorobyov, Head of Project Solutions Department

KOG Transport

  • Tatiana Shorokhova, General Director
  • Sergei Luzin, Project Logistics Specialist

SibTransservice

  • Sergei Demidov, General Director

MAGELLAN

  • Eduard Brilyov, Head of Commercial Department
  • Arkady Khublaryan, General Director
  • Georgy Sobolev, Commercial Director
  • Evgeny Butskiy, Head of Oversize Transport Department

Mammoet Rus

  • Igor Chernenkov, Deputy General Director
  • Yuri Popov, General Director
  • Andrei Geykalo, Commercial Director

Modul

  • Vladimir Rodygin, Chief Technologist
  • Maksim Smirnov, Head of Oversize Transport Team
  • Evgeny Kozlov, Sales Department Specialist

Sea Tally Service

  • Ruslan Rumyantsev, Director

Militzer & Munch

  • Vladimir Pudov, Lead Project Transport Manager

NOVOTEK Export

  • Vladimir Ishutin, Commercial Director

NS Trans

  • Ivan Podluzhniy, Head of Project Transport Department

NEK

  • Aleksandr Sinkov, Specialist

PIK-TRANSPORT

  • Konstantin Vorontsov, Director
  • Yuri Stoyanchuk, Chief Engineer

R-BrokeR

  • Yana Kholostova, Head of Logistics Department

Rivest-Trans-Service

  • Marina Gavrilenko, Project Cargo Manager

RTL

  • Mikhail Reshetkov, Director
  • Maksim Savitenko, Deputy Director for Operations

RTL-Ural

  • Marina Stenina, Director

SpetsTransService

  • Dinar Pasyev, Director

JV RISING (Belarus)

  • Aleksandr Mashkantsev, Head of Commercial Operations Department
  • Marina Yuntsevich, Head of Oversize Transport Department

Standard Group

  • Ivan Petrov, General Director

TETRO EXP

  • Dmitry Osinovskiy, General Director

TIS Group

  • Aleksandr Ivanov, General Director

Trade and Transport Company Globus

  • Pavel Peshkov, Director

Transit-M

  • Sergei Moskvin, Executive Director
  • Igor Moskvin, Director

Trans-group SPb

  • Vladimir Smuk, Director

Translokatsiya

  • Andrei Kolesnikov, General Director
  • Maksim Shadchin, Director, Transport Management
  • Fyodor Babaskin, Head of Haulage Department

Transconsult Brest (Belarus)

  • Yuri Kochurko, Head of Logistics Department

CFS Russia

  • Konstantin Akopov, General Director
  • Leonid Krasnodubskiy, Development Director

SCHENKER

  • Anton Malkov, Head of Special Projects Department

Universal Forwarding Agent

  • Igor Alyoshkin, Saint Petersburg Branch Director
  • Aleksei Chernykh, Deputy Branch Director

YUTEP

  • Dmitry Kozhemyako, Deputy Director

Shipping companies and chartering brokers

Atlantic Ro-Ro Carriers Inc

  • Vladimir Simonov, Head of Representative Office

BBC Chartering GmbH Bremen (Germany)

  • Thomas Broetje, Managing Director

BBC Chartering GmbH ST Petersburg

  • Sergei Timofeev, Director

Briese Chartering GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)

  • Pavel Neiland, Chartering Manager
  • Ilona Lazareva, General Manager

HANSA HEAVY LIFT GmbH (Germany)

  • Nikolai Mishkin, Chartering Manager
  • Gleb Faldin, Business Development Manager
  • Wojtek Pioch, Russia & FSU Manager

HOEGH AUTOLINERS AGENCY RUSSIA

  • Evgeny Kiryushkin, Commercial Director
  • Maksim Lukonin, Head of Sales Department

INTERMARINE DENMARK ApS

  • Oleg Kudryashov, Senior Key Account Manager

Nitro Shipping

  • Andrei Ushkalov, Chartering Manager

Ingria Shipping

  • Evgeny Aleksandrovich, Bulky Cargo Transport Manager

MezhRegionFlot

  • Leonid Dolgodush, Head of Marketing Department
  • Sergei Kuznetsov, Executive Director

Neva Shipping Company

  • Sergei Smorodin, General Director
  • Mikhail Tishin, Deputy Commercial Director

North-Western Shipping Company

  • Sergei Levitskiy, Chartering Manager

Arkship

  • Aleksandr Sochin, Head of Fleet Maintenance Department

Aviation sector

Volga-Dnepr Airlines

  • Pavel Kuznetsov, Sales Specialist
  • Igor Piskarev, Sales Specialist
  • Igor Pomochilin, Head of Logistics Service

AirBridgeCargo Airlines

  • Aleksei Zotov, Lead Business Development Manager
  • Vasily Borychev, Lead Import Sales Manager

Aeronautical Center Augur

  • Mikhail Talesnikov, Development Director

UTair – Helicopter services

  • Danila Maltsev, Head of Russian Projects Support Directorate

Railway sector

RZD

  • Head of Special Transport Department

Stevedore companies

Commercial Sea Port of Ust-Luga

  • Lidiya Efremova, Lead Sales Manager

Port of Paldiski (Estonia)

  • Igor Arno, Commercial Director

PortTransService

  • Ekaterina Lykasova, Sales Department Specialist
  • Dmitry Maslenchenko, Sales Department Specialist

Representative Office of Port of Hamburg Marketing e.V. in the Russian Federation

  • Natalia Kapkaeva, Manager

Terminal Tolyatti

  • Aleksandr Suslov, General Director
  • Evgeny Klyunk, Head of Commercial Department

Saint Peter’s Terminal

  • Stanislav Lobodinskiy, Lead Contract Management Specialist
  • Sergei Astapov, Brokerage Department Manager

Fenix (Port of Bronka)

  • Miroslav Russkikh, Head of Sales and Marketing Department
  • Stanislav Naumov, Assistant Executive Director

South river port

  • Aleksandr Iskrin, Commercial Director

Manufacturers of gear and equipment, service companies

FAYMONVILLE DISTRIBUTION AG

  • Elena Mautina, Sales Manager

INDUSTRIE COMETTO SPA, Representative Office in the Russian Federation

  • Ilya Krupin, Deputy General Director

Lifting Products

  • Nadezhda Lokteva, General Director

LOGOPARK

  • Pavel Pecheritsa, Head of 3PL Section

ROMEK

  • Vitaly Shurygin, General Director

TekhnoService

  • Pavel Gusev, Director

TIIS

  • Albin Radke, General Director

FAYMONVILLE RUS

  • Elena Fadeeva, General Director

Industrial assembly and rigging

100 TONS MONTAZH

  • Aleksandr Gaab, Commercial Director

Beck & Pollitzer SPb

  • Chos Adrian Tsezari, General Director
  • Vitaly Sary, Deputy General Director
  • Egor Krysanov, Business Development Manager

Mechanization Directorate VostokNefteZavodMontazh

  • Rustem Mustafin, First Deputy Director – Chief Engineer

Design organizations and research institutes

MorStroyTechnology

  • Aleksandr Goloviznin, Director, Logistics and Analytics

TFH Georg Agricola

  • Dr. Stefan Voth, Professor

Mass media

InfaNews

  • Aleksei Bezborodov, General Director

“Moscow” City News Agency

  • Olga Musinova, Senior Correspondent

ProGruz Magazine

  • Maria Bogorodskaya, Correspondent

LOGIRUS

  • Oleg Tuzikov, Editor-in-Chief

RBC TV

  • Igor Vittel, Channel Anchor

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International Conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2015»



Conference Chairperson – Igor Vittel, «RBC TV» Channel Anchor

November 16

Registration starts at 9:00 a.m.

09:00 a.m. – 10:00 à.m. Coffee break

10:00 a.m. Conference start

Session I Analysis of the Current Situation and Outlook for Cargo Base

Volga-Dnepr Airlines

  • Market of Logistic Services under Economic Recession: Results, Expectations, New Challenges and Solutions
  • Igor Pomochilin, Head of Logistics Service

Beluga Projects Logistic

  • Overview of Project Cargo Market Development Prospects for 2016-2018
  • Marat Yarullin, Business Development Partner

Rosatom Branch Center of Capital Construction

  • NPP Construction in Russia and Foreign Projects: Status and Near-Term Outlook
  • Valery Tropin, Director Innovations

Session II Landmark Projects of 2015

Instar Projects

  • Transporting 4 General Electric Turbines to Yakutsk GRES-2
  • AleksandrShelkov, General Director

Volga-Don-Transservice

  • Water Transportation of 2 Reactors from Volgograd to Mozyr Oil Refinery
  • Oleg Tolochyok, Director

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Business lunch

Session III Relevant Issues of Bulky Cargo Transportation

Oversize, Heavy and Hazardous Cargo Haulers’ Union

  • Practical Implementation of the Federal Laws, Government Regulations and Orders of the Ministry of Transport in the Heavy Freight Sector
  • Natalia Timofeeva, Chair

STENA LINE

  • Delivering Oversize Items through the Baltic Ports
  • Boris Danilevich, Logistics Manager

ROMEK

  • Using Modern Tiedown Systems for Transporting Abnormal Loads
  • VitalyShurygin, General Director

InSpetsTekhnika

  • Materials Handling Equipment ENERPAC
  • EvgenyDyomin, General Director

3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Coffee break

Session IV Development of Logistics in Siberia and High North Regions

SOUTH TAMBEY LNG

  • Organizing Logistics for the Arctic Projects
  • Vincent Lecot, Transport & Logistic manager
  • Igor Krotov, Shipping Coordinator

Beluga Projects Logistic

  • Transporting Coke Drums for Antipinsky Oil Refinery in Tyumen
  • Sergei Ovsienko, General Director

Aeronautical Center Augur

  • Aerostatic Transport Aircraft of the New Type ATLANT – the Key Element of Innovative Logistics for Hard-to-Reach Areas
  • Mikhail Talesnikov, Development Director


November 17

09:00 a.m. – 10:00 à.m. Coffee break

10:00 a.m. Conference start

Session I

RZD

  • Railway Transportation of Project Cargoes. Trends and Outlook
  • Andrei Makarov, Head of Special Transport Department

Instar Projects

  • Unique Process Solutions for Transporting Heavy Loads in Africa
  • AleksandrShelkov, General Director

CMA CGM LOGISTICS Rus

  • Shipping Oversize Components of Vityaz-M Gantry Crane from the Ports of Gdynia and Volgodonsk to Severodvinsk along the Inland Waterways and the White Sea – Baltic Canal
  • Anatoly Koveza, Head of Project Transport Department

Main Traffic Safety Administration, Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation

  • Issues of Monitoring Compliance with Overdimensioned and Heavy Vehicles Traffic Rules by State Traffic Inspectorate Subdivisions

Federal Service for Transport Supervision

  • State Monitoring and Supervision of Compliance with Weights and Dimensions of Motor Vehicles

12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. Coffee break

Session II Issues of Bulky Cargo Water Transportation

Schenker Logistics Romania S.A.

  • Potential of the Marine Terminal in Constanta Port for Transit Cargoes to Russia and the Caspian Sea Region
  • Martin Bratusa, Senior Consultant

Fenix
New Technologies of Lifting and Moving Extra Heavy Loads in the Baltic Sea Ports

  • /speaker to be confirmed/

MorStroyTechnology

  • Project of Building Special Berth for Delivering Heavy Items for the Needs of FosAgro in Cherepovets
  • AleksandrGoloviznin, Director, Logistics and Analytics

Hoegh Autoliners Agency Russia

  • Ro-Ro Service as the Best Transport Solution for Complex Abnormal and Project Loads. State-of-the-Art Technologies and New Opportunities
  • MaksimLukonin, Sales Director

2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Lunch

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International Conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2014»

On November, 18 the VI Conference «HEAVY RUSSIA» organized by «International Business Forum» (IBF) Company took place in Moscow.

This Conference is the annual platform and this difficult year the forum gathered more than 240 delegates from 17 world countries: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Romania, Belgium and the Netherlands.

The Conference General Sponsor title was taken by international logistic operator «GEFCO» – the leader in logistics for industrial companies. The event was also sponsored by «Chandler GmbH», «Instar Logistics», «COMETTO» and German Port of Sassnitz.

Traditionally, the most anticipated and busy discussion was the government regulation of the branch. First of all, this involves terms and procedure of OOG transport permitting, issue of corruption in regulatory authorities, as well as new legislative initiatives. Conference participants could address their questions to the top managers of Rosdormonitoring and State Traffic Safety Inspectorate of the RF Ministry of Internal Affairs (GIBDD).

In his speech Andrey Chertkov, Deputy Director of Rosdormonitoring, mentioned that the annual damage incurred by heavy cargo carriers to the federal and regional roads amounted to 2.6 trillion RUR. The third of the companies infringe the RF legislation, average overweight during transportation of products being almost half of the admissible value. As a rule, main violators are: vehicles and road trains with five or six axes. In this respect, as a special concession the State will increase permissible load to 44t as of January, 01, 2015. Therefore, according to new regulations the damage will be paid as follows: the fewer “wheels on an axis” – the fewer financial losses of a logistic operator when paying a fine.

Natalya Timofeeva, Chairperson of Oversize, Heavy and Hazardous Cargo Haulers’ Union, replied to these accusations in her speech. In her view, federal and regional highways are in a poor condition only because the “road authorities” themselves do not do anything. It is no good to throw the book at the haulers. The quality of the roads does not meet the needs of the age: GOST in this field hasn’t been revised since the 80s. Nobody cares that the traffic intensity and loads have dramatically changed long ago.

She also added that all innovations considerably worsened the status of carriers and increased the time of getting permits for oversize and heavy cargo transport. Thus, the Order ¹258 by the Ministry of Transport does not give an exact definition of a «cargo name». That is why state officials interprete it in a different way which makes it difficult to issue permits. As reported by her, permits are issued in time only to those intermediator firms which are affiliated with state authorities in any way. Control over driving and driver’s rest is still an outstanding issue. At present, legal requirement to work time logging is of declarative nature. Therefore, there is no tool to efficiently provide for safety compliance supervision both at direct control “on the road” and at road traffic accident investigations.

She also mentioned that the Portal of state services has been out of order since June, 2014. Furthermore, even if the documents were accepted in electronic format, you had to bring the second package of hard copies to GIBDD. It means that the carriers still show notes, certificates, letters of attorney in two formats spending twice as much time.

In his turn, Sergey Tropin, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of SRO «NPO of contribution to oversize and heavy cargo transportation «Carriers’ Union «Spetstyazhtrans», expanded on possibility of unification of carriers and joint trouble-shooting. As is generally known, a proper state license had been needed for transportation of equipment for oil, gas and chemical works and the energy sector up to 2005. But while preparing for accession of Russia to the World Trade Organization (WTO), licensing of motor transport and many other types of activities was cancelled. Relaxation of control seemed a good benefit for those business owners who wanted to take advantage of the flashing freedom. But the transport contract givers began to exercise non-confidence. Relaxation of state control made a lot of them turn to foreign carriers of heavy loads who work by European regulations and standards and have proper certificates. But non-domestic companies do not wish to see into complex someone else’s rules and hire the same Russian contractors on the territory of Russia for smaller fees. That is why the Russian oversize haulers face a natural issue – how to protect their interests in these conditions? One of the replies, in speaker’s opinion, can be found in the best domestic practices of self-regulation, for instance, in construction or engineering branches.

We have established a good tradition to devote one session to implementation of large-scale projects of the outgoing year. Like never before, this year has been rich in various records and achievements.

Thus, Andrey Kopin, Head of Chandler GmbH Project Department, shared Company’s competence in delivering the extra-heavy outsize equipment for construction of advanced petroleum refining complex at LLC «Lukoil-Volgogradneftepererabotka», Volgograd. Due to weather factors the Company specialists had to take turns to roll the reactors from one barge to another one afloat, using self-propelled modular systems. As a whole, rolling of a single reactor and Ro-Ro unloading took 4 days. The unique operation on this kind of transshipment of 845t and 1.116t reactors was completed in CIS countries for the first time.

Alexey Mamykin, Head of Business Development Department of «Instar Logistics» took the floor to tell about hazards and particular features of moving the large-scale «turn-key» industrial project by the example of the project for Angarsk refinery. Peculiarity of this project was that the experts had to dismantle the hydrocracking and hydrotreatment units at one of the operational refineries in Canada and then deliver it to Angarsk. At that, they had to ship over 150 oversize CLL with a total weight of more than 4000t and the heaviest collo – 430t. The operation was launched in May, 2013 and called for implementation of complex transport and logistic charts and uncommon engineering solutions. Furthermore, you had to consider the financing interruptions, as well as keep in mind the risks brought about by integration of various transport operations and associated fails, such as delays in railway platforms supply or unreadiness of a port to accommodate the cargoes.

The topic of serious heavy-lift-related risks was followed up by Vadim Orlov, Project Director, Equipment Transport and Installation, “Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group. One of the landmark projects of this year was delivery of 15 heavy units to Nizhnekamsk for the residue reduction complex under construction. 4 contractors were in charge of shipping the equipment. As a result, the first crane vessel with the load was three weeks late to Saint-Petersburg, and the second one was record-breaking early for one week. So, the barges failed to unload the first crane vessel and initiate unloading of the second vessel. The Client had to face considerable demurrage of the crane vessels and a risk of missing the navigation. But in spite of all mismatches, the cargo was successfully delivered to the destination point and, what is more, two records were witnessed in Nizhnekamsk on September, 12, 2014. Russian Record and European Record on «River transportation of the heaviest 1377.9t load». The nationwide record on motor transportation of the same cargo was registered on October, 01, 2014.

A specific place at the Conference of 2014 was taken by working in the Arctic and High North. Thanks to mineral deposits and numerous projects on their development and processing this region remains one of the most interesting for project forwarders. At the same time – this is the most “problematic” region, both because of its geographical remoteness and in terms of infrastructure and climatic aspects. Alexander Goloviznin, Director, Logistics and Analytics of “Morstroytechnology”, expanded on all infrastructure projects in the Russian High North and issues faced by companies undertaking cargo transport to this region.

Karen Stepanyan, Director of “Sovfracht-Yamal, followed up sharing experience of working on “Yamal LNG” Project. Among other things he mentioned that despite hopeful announcements of experts on gradual ice clearance in the Arctic, ice formation remains cyclic. In October, 2013 there was clear water not far from Alexandra Island, in 2014 ice formation began in September. Vilkitsky Strait was ice-covered for the whole 2013.

Sponsor of the Conference, the Dutch ZPMC – Red Box Energy Services, represented the project of an ice class vessel of heavy lift type designed for shipping super-heavy and OOG cargoes. In January 2016 two vessels of higher Polar class shall be floated off the Chinese shipyard. They are being built as per the project of Finnish Aker Arctic Technology. It is expected that they will be used for delivering cargoes for construction of “Yamal LNG” natural gas liquefaction plant.

Another topic of 2014 was water transport. Gennady Egorov, General Director of “Marine Engineering Bureau”, highlighted the topic of shipping outsize and heavy loads by domestic water transport. In his view, in spite of active construction of new vessels and barges, we need to intensify the upgrade of river transport as a whole and fleet in particular. To facilitate river shipbuilding we need a ship disposal grant – one-time payment to a shipping company in case of old fleet disposal which may be used only for construction or purchase of a new vessel.

Not for the first time “HEAVY RUSSIA” event touched upon the latest technologies which make the life easier for the forwarders of super heavy loads. Thus, “STS” Company presented solutions for complicated and special transport tasks using professional cargo lifting devices. Of special interest to the delegates was reinforcing of bridge structures. “STS” also shared their engineering solutions in this field.

If you are interested in further details on the Conference feel free to contact our Organizing Committee at e-mail: info@ibforum.ru

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Agenda
International Conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2015»



Conference Chairperson – Igor Vittel, «RBC TV» Channel Anchor

November 16

Registration starts at 9:00 a.m.

09:00 a.m. – 10:00 à.m. Coffee break

10:00 a.m. Conference start

Session I Analysis of the Current Situation and Outlook for Cargo Base

Volga-Dnepr Airlines

  • Market of Logistic Services under Economic Recession: Results, Expectations, New Challenges and Solutions
  • Igor Pomochilin, Head of Logistics Service

Beluga Projects Logistic

  • Overview of Project Cargo Market Development Prospects for 2016-2018
  • Marat Yarullin, Business Development Partner

Rosatom Branch Center of Capital Construction

  • NPP Construction in Russia and Foreign Projects: Status and Near-Term Outlook
  • Valery Tropin, Director Innovations

Session II Landmark Projects of 2015

Instar Projects

  • Transporting 4 General Electric Turbines to Yakutsk GRES-2
  • AleksandrShelkov, General Director

Volga-Don-Transservice

  • Water Transportation of 2 Reactors from Volgograd to Mozyr Oil Refinery
  • Oleg Tolochyok, Director

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Business lunch

Session III Relevant Issues of Bulky Cargo Transportation

Oversize, Heavy and Hazardous Cargo Haulers’ Union

  • Practical Implementation of the Federal Laws, Government Regulations and Orders of the Ministry of Transport in the Heavy Freight Sector
  • Natalia Timofeeva, Chair

STENA LINE

  • Delivering Oversize Items through the Baltic Ports
  • Boris Danilevich, Logistics Manager

ROMEK

  • Using Modern Tiedown Systems for Transporting Abnormal Loads
  • VitalyShurygin, General Director

InSpetsTekhnika

  • Materials Handling Equipment ENERPAC
  • EvgenyDyomin, General Director

3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Coffee break

Session IV Development of Logistics in Siberia and High North Regions

SOUTH TAMBEY LNG

  • Organizing Logistics for the Arctic Projects
  • Vincent Lecot, Transport & Logistic manager
  • Igor Krotov, Shipping Coordinator

Beluga Projects Logistic

  • Transporting Coke Drums for Antipinsky Oil Refinery in Tyumen
  • Sergei Ovsienko, General Director

Aeronautical Center Augur

  • Aerostatic Transport Aircraft of the New Type ATLANT – the Key Element of Innovative Logistics for Hard-to-Reach Areas
  • Mikhail Talesnikov, Development Director


November 17

09:00 a.m. – 10:00 à.m. Coffee break

10:00 a.m. Conference start

Session I

RZD

  • Railway Transportation of Project Cargoes. Trends and Outlook
  • Andrei Makarov, Head of Special Transport Department

Instar Projects

  • Unique Process Solutions for Transporting Heavy Loads in Africa
  • AleksandrShelkov, General Director

CMA CGM LOGISTICS Rus

  • Shipping Oversize Components of Vityaz-M Gantry Crane from the Ports of Gdynia and Volgodonsk to Severodvinsk along the Inland Waterways and the White Sea – Baltic Canal
  • Anatoly Koveza, Head of Project Transport Department

Main Traffic Safety Administration, Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation

  • Issues of Monitoring Compliance with Overdimensioned and Heavy Vehicles Traffic Rules by State Traffic Inspectorate Subdivisions

Federal Service for Transport Supervision

  • State Monitoring and Supervision of Compliance with Weights and Dimensions of Motor Vehicles

12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. Coffee break

Session II Issues of Bulky Cargo Water Transportation

Schenker Logistics Romania S.A.

  • Potential of the Marine Terminal in Constanta Port for Transit Cargoes to Russia and the Caspian Sea Region
  • Martin Bratusa, Senior Consultant

Fenix
New Technologies of Lifting and Moving Extra Heavy Loads in the Baltic Sea Ports

  • /speaker to be confirmed/

MorStroyTechnology

  • Project of Building Special Berth for Delivering Heavy Items for the Needs of FosAgro in Cherepovets
  • AleksandrGoloviznin, Director, Logistics and Analytics

Hoegh Autoliners Agency Russia

  • Ro-Ro Service as the Best Transport Solution for Complex Abnormal and Project Loads. State-of-the-Art Technologies and New Opportunities
  • MaksimLukonin, Sales Director

2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Lunch

Draft Delegate List of «HEAVY RUSSIA 2014» Conference

State authorities and public associations

RosDorMonitoring

  • /list to be confirmed/

Oversize, Heavy and Hazardous Cargo Haulers’ Union (SACTOG)

  • Natalia Timofeeva,Chair

Cargo owners and engineering companies

AIR LIQUIDE GLOBAL E&C SOLUTIONS

  • Konstantin Okatyev, Director, Purchasing and Logistics Department
  • Anna Ivanova, Logistics Specialist

PREMIUM ENGINEERING

  • Irina Kulygina, Logistics Department Specialist
  • Anna Ragulskaya, Head of Logistics Department

South Tambey LNG

  • Igor Krotov, Shipping Coordinator
  • Vincent Lecot, Transport & Logistic Manager

Atom Energo Proekt

  • Ilnur Garaev

Atom Stroy Export

  • Nikolai Kenyaikin, Chief Specialist

ALSTOM AtomEnergoMash

  • Aleksandr Kurguzkin, Head of Logistics Department

NizhnekamskNeftekhim

  • Andrei Snopkov, Head of International Transport Department

UranTsvetMet

  • Vyacheslav Kornoukhov, Head of Logistics Service

HD Energo

  • Maya Melnikova, Head of Project Support Department

Transport and forwarding companies

Agility

  • Aleksei Chernov, Manager, Industrial Projects Development
  • Aleksei Grekov, Key Account Director
  • Andrei Adamov, Operations Director, Projects and Project Solutions

AKTAU SHIPPING SERVICE AGENCY LTD (Kazakhstan)

  • Denis Moroz, Senior Logistics Manager

BLG Cargo Logistics GmbH (Germany)

  • Anna Moroz, Development Director

Chandler GmbH

  • Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, General Director

CMA CGM LOGISTICS Rus

  • Anatoly Koveza, Head of Project Transport Department

Dealex Transport (Ukraine)

  • Denis Chabanov, Project department

DHL Global Forwarding – Industrial Projects

  • Aleksei Slabikov, Director, Project Logistics Department
  • Kristina Grechko, Head of Transport Logistics and Customs Operations Department

Genaker AG (Ukraine)

  • Sergei Antonenko, Head of Project and Outsized Cargo Department

Highland Project Logistics (USA)

  • Natalia Derkach, Business Development Director

JURTRANSA (Lithuania)

  • Leonid Smolnikov, Director

KOG Transport GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)

  • Stanislaw Winogradow, Project Manager

NAWINIA

  • Rustam Yuldashev, Chair of the Board
  • Oleg Urvan, Head of Project Department

Oy Hacklin Logistics (Finland)

  • Tomas Forsell,Director/Hacklin East

REZONANS (Belarus)

  • Andrei Yurchenko, Commercial Director

Schenker Logistics Romania S.A. (Romania)

  • Martin Bratusa, Senior Consultant
  • Vlad Dobre, Manager Project Logistics

TMBCL

  • Aleksandr Bulygin, Lead Specialist
  • Nadezhda Belashchenko, Executive Director

Alandia-Transport

  • Evgeny Shirobokov, Project Transport Manager

BALTIC MERCUR

  • Dmitry Shumaylov, Deputy Head of Forwarding Department for Operations

BelAMRO

  • Yuri Matveyuk, Deputy General Director

Beluga Projects Logistic

  • Marat Yarullin, Business Development Partner
  • Sergei Ovsienko, General Director
  • Aleksandr Shmelev, Chief Engineer

Benchmark Trading

  • Evgeny Egupov, General Director
  • Nazim Khalilov,Deputy General Director

Benchmark-cargo

  • Pavel Ovcharenko, General Director
  • Aleksei Chegodaev, Director
  • Andrei Logunov, Deputy Director

Volgo-Baltic Logistic

  • Evgeny Goldin, General Director
  • Vitaly Zubakov, Deputy General Director

Volga-Don-Transservice

  • Oleg Tolochyok, Director

VolgaIntrans

  • Eduard Shchepkov, Engineering Director

DSV Transport

  • Ivan Martyushov, Head of Project Transport

Instar Logistics

  • Aleksandr Shelkov, General Director
  • Elena Zaytseva, Managing Director
  • Aleksei Mamykin, Head of Business Development Department
  • Mark Baum, Project Manager
  • Aleksei Shramko, Project Manager

Infotech Baltika

  • Yuri Altukhov, Deputy Director, Project Cargo Transportation

Keystone Logistics

  • Dmitry Kotenev, Lead Manager, Project Solutions Department
  • Vitaly Vorobyov, Head of Project Solutions Department

KOG Transport

  • Tatiana Shorokhova, General Director
  • Sergei Luzin, Project Logistics Specialist

SibTransservice

  • Sergei Demidov, General Director

MAGELLAN

  • Eduard Brilyov, Head of Commercial Department
  • Arkady Khublaryan, General Director
  • Georgy Sobolev, Commercial Director
  • Evgeny Butskiy, Head of Oversize Transport Department

Mammoet Rus

  • Igor Chernenkov, Deputy General Director
  • Yuri Popov, General Director
  • Andrei Geykalo, Commercial Director

Modul

  • Vladimir Rodygin, Chief Technologist
  • Maksim Smirnov, Head of Oversize Transport Team
  • Evgeny Kozlov, Sales Department Specialist

Sea Tally Service

  • Ruslan Rumyantsev, Director

Militzer & Munch

  • Vladimir Pudov, Lead Project Transport Manager

NOVOTEK Export

  • Vladimir Ishutin, Commercial Director

NS Trans

  • Ivan Podluzhniy, Head of Project Transport Department

NEK

  • Aleksandr Sinkov, Specialist

PIK-TRANSPORT

  • Konstantin Vorontsov, Director
  • Yuri Stoyanchuk, Chief Engineer

R-BrokeR

  • Yana Kholostova, Head of Logistics Department

Rivest-Trans-Service

  • Marina Gavrilenko, Project Cargo Manager

RTL

  • Mikhail Reshetkov, Director
  • Maksim Savitenko, Deputy Director for Operations

RTL-Ural

  • Marina Stenina, Director

SpetsTransService

  • Dinar Pasyev, Director

JV RISING (Belarus)

  • Aleksandr Mashkantsev, Head of Commercial Operations Department
  • Marina Yuntsevich, Head of Oversize Transport Department

Standard Group

  • Ivan Petrov, General Director

TETRO EXP

  • Dmitry Osinovskiy, General Director

TIS Group

  • Aleksandr Ivanov, General Director

Trade and Transport Company Globus

  • Pavel Peshkov, Director

Transit-M

  • Sergei Moskvin, Executive Director
  • Igor Moskvin, Director

Trans-group SPb

  • Vladimir Smuk, Director

Translokatsiya

  • Andrei Kolesnikov, General Director
  • Maksim Shadchin, Director, Transport Management
  • Fyodor Babaskin, Head of Haulage Department

Transconsult Brest (Belarus)

  • Yuri Kochurko, Head of Logistics Department

CFS Russia

  • Konstantin Akopov, General Director
  • Leonid Krasnodubskiy, Development Director

SCHENKER

  • Anton Malkov, Head of Special Projects Department

Universal Forwarding Agent

  • Igor Alyoshkin, Saint Petersburg Branch Director
  • Aleksei Chernykh, Deputy Branch Director

YUTEP

  • Dmitry Kozhemyako, Deputy Director

Shipping companies and chartering brokers

Atlantic Ro-Ro Carriers Inc

  • Vladimir Simonov, Head of Representative Office

BBC Chartering GmbH Bremen (Germany)

  • Thomas Broetje, Managing Director

BBC Chartering GmbH ST Petersburg

  • Sergei Timofeev, Director

Briese Chartering GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)

  • Pavel Neiland, Chartering Manager
  • Ilona Lazareva, General Manager

HANSA HEAVY LIFT GmbH (Germany)

  • Nikolai Mishkin, Chartering Manager
  • Gleb Faldin, Business Development Manager
  • Wojtek Pioch, Russia & FSU Manager

HOEGH AUTOLINERS AGENCY RUSSIA

  • Evgeny Kiryushkin, Commercial Director
  • Maksim Lukonin, Head of Sales Department

INTERMARINE DENMARK ApS

  • Oleg Kudryashov, Senior Key Account Manager

Nitro Shipping

  • Andrei Ushkalov, Chartering Manager

Ingria Shipping

  • Evgeny Aleksandrovich, Bulky Cargo Transport Manager

MezhRegionFlot

  • Leonid Dolgodush, Head of Marketing Department
  • Sergei Kuznetsov, Executive Director

Neva Shipping Company

  • Sergei Smorodin, General Director
  • Mikhail Tishin, Deputy Commercial Director

North-Western Shipping Company

  • Sergei Levitskiy, Chartering Manager

Arkship

  • Aleksandr Sochin, Head of Fleet Maintenance Department

Aviation sector

Volga-Dnepr Airlines

  • Pavel Kuznetsov, Sales Specialist
  • Igor Piskarev, Sales Specialist
  • Igor Pomochilin, Head of Logistics Service

AirBridgeCargo Airlines

  • Aleksei Zotov, Lead Business Development Manager
  • Vasily Borychev, Lead Import Sales Manager

Aeronautical Center Augur

  • Mikhail Talesnikov, Development Director

UTair – Helicopter services

  • Danila Maltsev, Head of Russian Projects Support Directorate

Railway sector

RZD

  • Head of Special Transport Department

Stevedore companies

Commercial Sea Port of Ust-Luga

  • Lidiya Efremova, Lead Sales Manager

Port of Paldiski (Estonia)

  • Igor Arno, Commercial Director

PortTransService

  • Ekaterina Lykasova, Sales Department Specialist
  • Dmitry Maslenchenko, Sales Department Specialist

Representative Office of Port of Hamburg Marketing e.V. in the Russian Federation

  • Natalia Kapkaeva, Manager

Terminal Tolyatti

  • Aleksandr Suslov, General Director
  • Evgeny Klyunk, Head of Commercial Department

Saint Peter’s Terminal

  • Stanislav Lobodinskiy, Lead Contract Management Specialist
  • Sergei Astapov, Brokerage Department Manager

Fenix (Port of Bronka)

  • Miroslav Russkikh, Head of Sales and Marketing Department
  • Stanislav Naumov, Assistant Executive Director

South river port

  • Aleksandr Iskrin, Commercial Director

Manufacturers of gear and equipment, service companies

FAYMONVILLE DISTRIBUTION AG

  • Elena Mautina, Sales Manager

INDUSTRIE COMETTO SPA, Representative Office in the Russian Federation

  • Ilya Krupin, Deputy General Director

Lifting Products

  • Nadezhda Lokteva, General Director

LOGOPARK

  • Pavel Pecheritsa, Head of 3PL Section

ROMEK

  • Vitaly Shurygin, General Director

TekhnoService

  • Pavel Gusev, Director

TIIS

  • Albin Radke, General Director

FAYMONVILLE RUS

  • Elena Fadeeva, General Director

Industrial assembly and rigging

100 TONS MONTAZH

  • Aleksandr Gaab, Commercial Director

Beck & Pollitzer SPb

  • Chos Adrian Tsezari, General Director
  • Vitaly Sary, Deputy General Director
  • Egor Krysanov, Business Development Manager

Mechanization Directorate VostokNefteZavodMontazh

  • Rustem Mustafin, First Deputy Director – Chief Engineer

Design organizations and research institutes

MorStroyTechnology

  • Aleksandr Goloviznin, Director, Logistics and Analytics

TFH Georg Agricola

  • Dr. Stefan Voth, Professor

Mass media

InfaNews

  • Aleksei Bezborodov, General Director

“Moscow” City News Agency

  • Olga Musinova, Senior Correspondent

ProGruz Magazine

  • Maria Bogorodskaya, Correspondent

LOGIRUS

  • Oleg Tuzikov, Editor-in-Chief

RBC TV

  • Igor Vittel, Channel Anchor
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On November, 19 the V anniversary conference “HEAVY RUSSIA”, organized by “International Business Forum” (IBF), took place in Moscow.

This conference is the annual event which is becoming more and more popular with professional community year by year. Every time its audience is growing by 20%, and the geography of participants is booming. In 2013 the forum gathered over 340 delegates from 17 world countries: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Germany, Great Britain, USA, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Denmark, Finland, Romania, Spain, Belgium and the Netherlands.

For the second time in five years of the conference history the General Sponsor title was taken by “Chandler GmbH” – the leading forwarder in the Russian and CIS project freight market. The event was also sponsored by such companies as “Rosgosstrakh”, “Instar Logistics”, “Spetspritsep” and “Volga-Dnepr”.

Traditionally, the most dramatic topic of discussion was the government regulation of the sector. This involves not only electronic procedure of getting permits for OOG transit, but also the issues of corruption in regulatory authorities, latest legislative initiatives, as well as the railway monopoly reform. The conference attendees could address their questions to the top managers of Ministry of Transport, Rosavtodor, State Traffic Safety Inspectorate of the RF Ministry of Internal Affairs and JSC “RZD”.

Natalya Timofeeva, Chairperson of Oversize, Heavy and Hazardous Cargo Haulers’ Union, took the floor to say that all the recent documents passed in this sphere considerably aggravated the carriers’ status and increased the OOG permitting time. As she put it, permits are issued in time only to those intermediator firms which are somehow affiliated with licensing government officials which, in their turn, demand large sums above the prime cost. Another mentioned problem – is the issue of working with State Automobile Inspectorate. The point was made that today GIBDD personnel take a bribe of 200 RUR per 1 km if the heavy and oversize cargo is transported without any permits. The fare from Moscow to Saint-Petersburg for one vehicle amounts to 140000 RUR. Just imagine the annual figures for the whole country!!! At that, the country is experiencing great budget losses, because, first – the public service is not rendered in a proper way, and second – the roads are damaged and someone has to pay for this.

This very topic – complicated relations of carriers and State authorities – was highlighted by the following speakers. Thus, Andrey Praleska, President of Legion Cargo GmbH, proposed several options of how to optimize the development of permits, citing organization of this work in Germany as an example. On the other hand, Boris Kaportsev, General Manager of Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics, dwelled upon problems of getting permits for heavy-lift freight which touch upon ferry shipping.

We have established a good tradition to devote one session to implementation of large-scale projects of the outgoing year. Thus, Irina Koenig, Director of Chandler GmbH Hamburg Office, shared Company’s competence in international shipment of industrial cargoes and equipment in large lots. One of the examples – is delivery of the mining machinery from USA to Vorkuta. Altogether 66 units with a total weight of 166.509.00kg were transported. The operation took 119 days to complete, including all permits for the shipment and customs clearance.

General Director of “Instar Logistics” Alexander Shelkov imparted experience of delivering the equipment for CHPP “Polyarnaya”. The most critical stage of this operation was delivery of the 145t steam turbine generator. Haulage and unloading of the heavy lot took place under High North weather realities: at the last stage the cargoes were delivered in the most extreme winter conditions.

Vladimir Vyshemirsky, Head of Engineering and Logistics Center of “Volga-Dnepr” airlines, expanded on capabilities of special aircraft in project cargo delivery. Of particular interest to the audience was the presentation of a large-scale project on shipment of industrial equipment to Papua New Guinea with a large gas field being explored there. For 103 days – the project duration – An-124-100 “Ruslan” made 88 take-offs from the airport of Port Moresby and 88 landings on the air strip of the Komo high-level aerodrome – specially built for this project. Altogether more than 6000 tons of equipment for the gas-processing plant, built under ExxonMobil coordination, were delivered within the frame of this project.

“RZD” reorganization and privatization of special rolling stock provoked a hot discussion in the conference-hall. A lot of speakers underlined that this kind of service shall be controlled by the government to avoid any clash of interests. Another sore subject is aging of railway vehicles. No solution to this problem has been found yet, and the only way to keep the required quantity of rolling-stock – is its regular maintenance.

A specific place among the conference topics in 2013 was taken by working with Central Asia countries. Thanks to mineral pools and multiple development and processing projects, this region remains one of the most attractive for project forwarders. Meanwhile, this is the most “distressed” region of the former USSR, both in its geographical distance and in political respect. Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, General Director of Chandler GmbH, dwelled on all the challenges faced by companies which undertake delivery of cargoes to this region. Poor roads, lack of machinery, dry rivers, climate, regional conflicts, customs and other administrative obstacles, oriental mentality and bad communication – all these factors may pose a serious problem for implementation of large-scale projects. Particularly for those companies which do not put much thought into evaluation of all possible risks and circumstances of insuperable force.

Another feature of 2013 was water transport. Anton Maslov from NORTROP Company highlighted such a rare and complex subject as freight operations with “unstable” countries, like Iran and North Korea. These outcast countries are under the law of international sanctions and delivery of freight to their ports – is a tremendous challenge.

The following speakers shared experience of oversize river shipment. But while in Russia this type of transport is coming to a weakened state (rivers are getting shallow, almost no renovation of the fleet, ports are not upgraded), situation is completely different in Europe. EU transport policy, government and private investments make project river freight one of the key elements of the European logistics – with a respective level of service, safety and material status.

By request of the attendees of our previous conference, we have introduced a new topic – insurance of oversize and project freight. Solutions were provided by Oleg Sorokin, Deputy Director of Cargo Insurance Division of LLC “Rosgosstrakh” – the largest Russian transport insurance company. A follow-up on insurance topic was presented by General Director of “Globus-Consulting” – Arkady Fyodorov. He featured the need for serious surveyor’s supervision during fastening and shipping of cargoes. In his speech he analyzed the accidents with out-of-gauge lots in the last two years.

Not for the first time “HEAVY RUSSIA” event touched upon the latest technologies which make the life easier for the forwarders of super heavy loads. Companies “RUD Ketten Rieger & Dietz GmbH u. Co. KG”, “RUD LIFTING” and “Sevzapkanat” presented their solutions to difficult and special transport problems – using professional gear for cargo hoisting and securing. Of special interest to the delegates was reinforcing of bridge structures. “Sika Russia” shared their engineering expertise for this matter.

For further details on the conference feel free to contact our Organizing Committee at +79263772080 or e-mail: info@heavy.world

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Draft Agenda V International Conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2013»

November, 18

9.30-10.30 Registration of participants

Conference Chairperson – Igor Vitel, «RBC TV» Channel Anchor

Session I. State Regulation of OOG Transport Field

«New Trends in Governmental Regulation of Truck Haulage of Heavy and (or) Oversized Cargoes»

  • Konstantin Ugarov, Director, FGI «Rosdormonitoring»

«Issue of Permits for OOG Freight: Customer’s View»

  • Boris Kaportsev, General Manager, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics

«Dealing with State Traffic Safety Inspectorate and Optimized Preparation of Permits, Licenses, Approvals»

  • Andrey Praleska, President, Legion Cargo GmbH

«Outlook for Non-Standard and Heavy-Lift Market Development in Russia»

  • Natalya Timofeeva, Chairperson, Oversize, Heavy and Hazardous Cargo Haulers’ Union

Panel Discussion

«How to Eliminate Bureaucratic and Administrative Obstacles on Oversized Cargo Carrier’s Way?».

Session Chairpersons engaged in the discussion:

  • Sergey Dergunov, Lead Adviser, State Duma Transport Committee
  • Sergey Sobolev, Deputy Director, State Policy Department, Public Road System, Ministry of Transport of Russia
  • Konstantin Ugarov, Director, FGI «Rosdormonitoring»
  • Representative of State Traffic Safety Inspectorate, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Russian Federation

12.00-12.30 Coffee-break

Session II. Analyzing Logistics Projects of 2013.

«Aspects of International Shipment of Industrial Cargoes and Equipment in Bulk Items»

  • Irina Koenig, Hamburg Branch Director, Chandler GmbH

«Landmark Project of the Year: Industrial Ural – Polar Ural, Salekhard Combined Heat and Power Plant»

  • Alexander Shelkov, General Director, Instar Logistics

«Using Air Freight Technologies for Unique Cargoes within the Framework of Complex Multimodal Transport Projects Implementation»

  • Vladimir Vyshemirsky, Head of Engineering and Logistics Center, Volga-Dnepr Airlines

Panel Discussion

«Realities of the Russian OOG and Heavy-Lift Freight Market. Challenges and Possibilities».

Session Chairpersons engaged in the discussion:

  • Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, General Director, Chandler GmbH
  • Denis Veraksich, Vice-President, Transafe Logistics /to be confirmed/

13.30-14.30 Business lunch

Session III. Interaction of Forwarding Agents and Cargo Owners

«Alstom Hydro Russia Competence with Transport Companies»

  • Igor Krotov, Transport and Logistics Manager, Alstom Hydro Russia

«Cooperation of Cargo Owners and Forwarding Agents: How to Build Strong Relations? Hazards of Choosing Contractors and Selection Criteria»

  • Anatoly Koveza, Project Sales Director, Agility

«How to Reduce Tackling of Challenging Transportation Issues by 1.5?»

  • Milana Mikhaylova, General Director, BaltServiceTrans

«Relevant Issues of Interaction between Market Participants during Oversized Cargo Shipment Using Different Modes of Transport»

  • Viktor Fedotov, Director, Logistics, RZD Logistics

Panel Discussion

«Railway Carriage of Project Cargoes»

Session Chairpersons engaged in the discussion:

  • Viktor Fedotov, Director, Logistics, RZD Logistics
  • Viktor Androsyuk, Head of Special Transportation Department, Traffic Control Central Directorate, RZD
  • Alexander Tumanov, Deputy Head of Special Transportation Department

16.00-16.30 Coffee-break

Session IV. «Heavy» Projects for Central Asia Countries. Outstanding Issues and Collaboration Prospects

«Heavy» Projects for Central Asia Countries. Horizons, Particular Features and Challenges of OOG Transportation

  • Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, General Director, Chandler GmbH

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  • Farkhod Yunusaliev, Director, ORIENT Logistik

Panel Discussion

«Problems and Outlook for Working with Central Asia Countries»

Session Chairpersons engaged in the discussion:

  • Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, General Director, Chandler GmbH
  • Zhanna Sikhvart, General Manager, Motor Transportation Department, Globalink Logistics Group /to be confirmed/
  • Igor Ozyorny, General Director, Libava Trans Holding
  • Farkhod Yunusaliev, Director

17.30-19.30 Evening reception


November, 19

Conference Chairperson – Igor Vitel, «RBC TV» Channel Anchor

10.00-11.00 Welcoming Coffee-break

11.00 Session I. Water Transport in Logistics of Bulky Cargoes

«Particulars of Freight Operations with Unstable Countries (Iran, North Korea) and Challenges of Choosing a Tramp Carrier»

  • Anton Maslov, NORTROP

«Shallow Rivers and Old Fleet»

  • Ilya Vaganov, Technical Director, Aquakomplekt Group

«European Experience of Project Freight in River-Sea System. Review of River Terminals»

  • Stanislav Vinogradov, Rhenus Project Logistics GmbH & Co. KG

«Line Service Capabilities. Operational Expertise with Russian Customers»

  • Gunnar Finck, Rickmers-Linie

BUSS Port Logistics
«Buss – Heavy and Non-Standard Competence»
Valdis Andersons, Head of Representative Office Berlin

12.30-13.30 Business-lunch

Session II. Leasing, Banking and Insurance

«Insurance of Oversize and Project Freight»

  • Oleg Sorokin, Deputy Director of Cargo Insurance Division, Rosgosstrakh

«Heavy Loads Transport Competence and Associated Hazards. Analysis of Accidents in 2012-2013»

  • Arkady Fyodorov, General Director, Globus-Consulting

Session III. Technologies and Equipment

«Securing of Heavy Loads by Lashing Chains. Operation of RUD Chain Slings»

  • Vitalij Schneider, Business Development Manager, Eastern Europe, RUD Ketten Rieger & Dietz GmbH u. Co. KG

«New Generation of SpanSet Magnum X Textile Slings for Lifting and Handling of Heavy-Lift Cargoes»

  • Dmitry Barchenkov, Equipment Department Manager, RUD LIFTING

«Complex Solutions to Reinforce Bridge Structures»

  • Vadim Belyaev, Head of Division «Transport Infrastructure and Industrial Coatings», Sika Russia

«Complicated Lifts, Easy Solutions»

  • Arkady Vrzhizhevsky, Sales Executive, Sevzapkanat
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International Conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2012»

On November, 16, IV international conference “HEAVY RUSSIA” organized by “International Business Forum” (IBF) came to its end.

This is the annual conference which is growing more and more popular in professional circles year by year. Its audience is rising by 20% each year; the delegate geography is also expanding. In 2012 the forum gathered over 300 delegates from 17 world countries: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Germany, Great Britain, USA, South Korea, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Denmark, China, Turkey, Finland, Spain, Belgium and the Netherlands.

The Russian branch of the English company “Beck and Pollitzer” – European leader in the heavy-lift handling market – became the General Sponsor of the past conference. It was also sponsored by such companies as “Mann Lines” (England), “TEK Everest”, “Aquamarine Trans”, “Nooteboom” (the Netherlands), “Instar Logistics” and “TopKran”.

State regulation of the branch became the most dramatic discussion issue in 2012. This includes both electronic procedure of OOG transportation permitting and corrupt practices in regulating authorities. Natalya Timofeeva, General Director of “UM 242”, presented an emotional speech giving a well-founded viewpoint that the bribing in Russia generally and in the cargo freight branch in particular calls for taking urgent and drastic measures to prevent illegal activities of officials, intermediary agents and GIBDD employees. It is commonly known that transportation of oversized, heavy and hazardous cargoes is referred to specific technologies of transport logistics complexity of which is seriously hindered by obtaining various permits and approvals in our country. Certainly, such a critical activity is in the full glare of supervising authorities and services ensuring road traffic safety. This could be explained but for the serious, in Natalya Timofeeva’s view, corrupt constituent in work activities of Russian officials and GIBDD employees.

Topics of the following speakers were presented in the wake of complex relations between business and the State. Thus, Julia Lonchakova, General Director of “TEK Everest” company, expanded on the subject of relation between state authorities in the field of oversized cargo freight supervision. Dmitry Fattakhov, General Director of “MDS” spoke about challenges faced by carriers of project cargoes in the Ural region. A golden thread ran through all the speakers to combine the efforts of Russian companies in order to stand their ground together in bodies of government.

Another eye-catching issue included presentations devoted to practical implementation of large-scale projects in 2012. General Director of “Instar Logistics” Alexander Shelkov shared his experience of delivering equipment for the new power generation plant to “Mosenergo” CHPP-16. The most critical stage of this operation was delivery of the PGP gas turbine. Turbine weight is over 300 tons, the length of self-propelled platform Goldhofer which was used during transportation – is about 40m, the height of cargo (with the platform) – more than 6m. Until now, there haven’t been any examples of handling of cargo with similar weight and size features for the energy facilities of Moscow.

In his speech, Vladimir Shifrin, Technical Director of “Live Trucks LTD”, dwelt upon the necessity to pay closer attention to details during OOG cargo carriage. He cited an example of delivery of the hydrotreater to Yaroslavl Refinery in the summer of 2012. While preparing for this freight operation they had to unexpectedly replace the barge which was to be used to ship the cargo from Volgograd to Yaroslavl. The new barge was almost the same but its lifting capacity came to 1000 tons instead of 600. The depth and breadth were the same, only the length was different which couldn’t impact the work execution. In his daily routine the forwarding agent did not pay due attention to this fact. It is a glaring mistake. When the vessel arrived it was found out that the barge had been prepared on the basis of design 81100. During re-equipment of the barge gateway the forecastle had not been cut off and the ramp with a 5% grade had been arranged. Thus, it was necessary to either lower the cushion or raise the berth level to get the lot from the barge to the shore. The solution had to be taken immediately.

Special topic was touched upon by Alexander Vinokurov, Project and Business Development Manager of “Aquamarine Trans”. As a Russian representative of the famous Indian operator “SARJAK Container Lines” the company is popularizing the idea of containerization of oversized and heavy cargoes in our country. Capabilities of using container transport for this purpose are rather high but are not so widely used as, for example, in Europe.

Relevance of this presentation was continued by the following speech from “Modul” company which has been using container equipment for project freight not for the first year. Speaker, Maksim Smirnov, shared his practical experience of working in the port of Saint-Petersburg. Tractors, choppers, crushers, fire trucks, diesel locomotives – all these units were transported using this new-for-Russia technology.

The similar experience can be found with “Deutsche Bahn”. Marina Siedenbiedel, Manager, Approval of Special Transportation between Deutsche Bahn and RZD told in her speech that the company is using containers to ship bulky components from Germany to “Volkswagen” works in Russia.

For the first time participants of “HEAVY RUSSIA” conferences touched upon the topic of industrial rigging and assembly. Elizaveta Nikolaeva from company “Beck and Pollitzer Saint-Petersburg” highlighted practical moments of OOG cargo carriage using hydraulic systems. A clear example of such works was cited to discuss the unloading of gas turbine that weighed 314 tons and was delivered to the construction site of Serov GRES. Complicated situation during reloading of the turbine off the railway transporter to the low-boy called for non-standard approaches to solve the arising problem.

The issue of new technologies, applied in project freight, is taking its traditional special place at “HEAVY RUSSIA” conferences. “Enerprom” company presented their solutions to complex and special transport tasks by means of hydraulic systems.

Of particular interest to the participants was the topic of Russian ports and railway activities with the main brief question – do they really need project cargoes? Opinions of different sides of discussion on this matter divided…

If you are interested in further information about this conference, feel free to come in touch with the Organizing Committee at e-mail: info@heavy.world

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Draft Agenda V International Conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2013»

November, 18

9.30-10.30 Registration of participants

Conference Chairperson – Igor Vitel, «RBC TV» Channel Anchor

Session I. State Regulation of OOG Transport Field

«New Trends in Governmental Regulation of Truck Haulage of Heavy and (or) Oversized Cargoes»

  • Konstantin Ugarov, Director, FGI «Rosdormonitoring»

«Issue of Permits for OOG Freight: Customer’s View»

  • Boris Kaportsev, General Manager, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics

«Dealing with State Traffic Safety Inspectorate and Optimized Preparation of Permits, Licenses, Approvals»

  • Andrey Praleska, President, Legion Cargo GmbH

«Outlook for Non-Standard and Heavy-Lift Market Development in Russia»

  • Natalya Timofeeva, Chairperson, Oversize, Heavy and Hazardous Cargo Haulers’ Union

Panel Discussion

«How to Eliminate Bureaucratic and Administrative Obstacles on Oversized Cargo Carrier’s Way?».

Session Chairpersons engaged in the discussion:

  • Sergey Dergunov, Lead Adviser, State Duma Transport Committee
  • Sergey Sobolev, Deputy Director, State Policy Department, Public Road System, Ministry of Transport of Russia
  • Konstantin Ugarov, Director, FGI «Rosdormonitoring»
  • Representative of State Traffic Safety Inspectorate, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Russian Federation

12.00-12.30 Coffee-break

Session II. Analyzing Logistics Projects of 2013.

«Aspects of International Shipment of Industrial Cargoes and Equipment in Bulk Items»

  • Irina Koenig, Hamburg Branch Director, Chandler GmbH

«Landmark Project of the Year: Industrial Ural – Polar Ural, Salekhard Combined Heat and Power Plant»

  • Alexander Shelkov, General Director, Instar Logistics

«Using Air Freight Technologies for Unique Cargoes within the Framework of Complex Multimodal Transport Projects Implementation»

  • Vladimir Vyshemirsky, Head of Engineering and Logistics Center, Volga-Dnepr Airlines

Panel Discussion

«Realities of the Russian OOG and Heavy-Lift Freight Market. Challenges and Possibilities».

Session Chairpersons engaged in the discussion:

  • Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, General Director, Chandler GmbH
  • Denis Veraksich, Vice-President, Transafe Logistics /to be confirmed/

13.30-14.30 Business lunch

Session III. Interaction of Forwarding Agents and Cargo Owners

«Alstom Hydro Russia Competence with Transport Companies»

  • Igor Krotov, Transport and Logistics Manager, Alstom Hydro Russia

«Cooperation of Cargo Owners and Forwarding Agents: How to Build Strong Relations? Hazards of Choosing Contractors and Selection Criteria»

  • Anatoly Koveza, Project Sales Director, Agility

«How to Reduce Tackling of Challenging Transportation Issues by 1.5?»

  • Milana Mikhaylova, General Director, BaltServiceTrans

«Relevant Issues of Interaction between Market Participants during Oversized Cargo Shipment Using Different Modes of Transport»

  • Viktor Fedotov, Director, Logistics, RZD Logistics

Panel Discussion

«Railway Carriage of Project Cargoes»

Session Chairpersons engaged in the discussion:

  • Viktor Fedotov, Director, Logistics, RZD Logistics
  • Viktor Androsyuk, Head of Special Transportation Department, Traffic Control Central Directorate, RZD
  • Alexander Tumanov, Deputy Head of Special Transportation Department

16.00-16.30 Coffee-break

Session IV. «Heavy» Projects for Central Asia Countries. Outstanding Issues and Collaboration Prospects

«Heavy» Projects for Central Asia Countries. Horizons, Particular Features and Challenges of OOG Transportation

  • Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, General Director, Chandler GmbH

/topic to be confirmed/

  • Farkhod Yunusaliev, Director, ORIENT Logistik

Panel Discussion

«Problems and Outlook for Working with Central Asia Countries»

Session Chairpersons engaged in the discussion:

  • Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, General Director, Chandler GmbH
  • Zhanna Sikhvart, General Manager, Motor Transportation Department, Globalink Logistics Group /to be confirmed/
  • Igor Ozyorny, General Director, Libava Trans Holding
  • Farkhod Yunusaliev, Director

17.30-19.30 Evening reception


November, 19

Conference Chairperson – Igor Vitel, «RBC TV» Channel Anchor

10.00-11.00 Welcoming Coffee-break

11.00 Session I. Water Transport in Logistics of Bulky Cargoes

«Particulars of Freight Operations with Unstable Countries (Iran, North Korea) and Challenges of Choosing a Tramp Carrier»

  • Anton Maslov, NORTROP

«Shallow Rivers and Old Fleet»

  • Ilya Vaganov, Technical Director, Aquakomplekt Group

«European Experience of Project Freight in River-Sea System. Review of River Terminals»

  • Stanislav Vinogradov, Rhenus Project Logistics GmbH & Co. KG

«Line Service Capabilities. Operational Expertise with Russian Customers»

  • Gunnar Finck, Rickmers-Linie

BUSS Port Logistics
«Buss – Heavy and Non-Standard Competence»
Valdis Andersons, Head of Representative Office Berlin

12.30-13.30 Business-lunch

Session II. Leasing, Banking and Insurance

«Insurance of Oversize and Project Freight»

  • Oleg Sorokin, Deputy Director of Cargo Insurance Division, Rosgosstrakh

«Heavy Loads Transport Competence and Associated Hazards. Analysis of Accidents in 2012-2013»

  • Arkady Fyodorov, General Director, Globus-Consulting

Session III. Technologies and Equipment

«Securing of Heavy Loads by Lashing Chains. Operation of RUD Chain Slings»

  • Vitalij Schneider, Business Development Manager, Eastern Europe, RUD Ketten Rieger & Dietz GmbH u. Co. KG

«New Generation of SpanSet Magnum X Textile Slings for Lifting and Handling of Heavy-Lift Cargoes»

  • Dmitry Barchenkov, Equipment Department Manager, RUD LIFTING

«Complex Solutions to Reinforce Bridge Structures»

  • Vadim Belyaev, Head of Division «Transport Infrastructure and Industrial Coatings», Sika Russia

«Complicated Lifts, Easy Solutions»

  • Arkady Vrzhizhevsky, Sales Executive, Sevzapkanat

Delegate List «HEAVY RUSSIA 2012»

Cargo owners

Atomic and machine-building

Wartsila Vostok

  • Yuri Yakimovich, Head of Customs and Logistics Department
  • Maxim Gubashov, Business Development Manager

ALSTOM Atomenergomash

  • Alexander Kurguzkin, Head of Logistics Department

ALSTOM Power Stavan

  • Andrey Mironov, Logistics Manager

Izhorskiye Zavody

  • Vadim Sevryukov, Director Logistics

Transmashenergo

  • Georgy Palagutin, Head of Construction Supervision

Manufacturers of tanks and heat-exchange equipment

Industrial Group «Generation» (Management Company of the following enterprises: DzerzhinskKhimMash – fabrication of bulky equipment + own river port designed for accommodation of heavy cargoes up to 640 tn – Neftemash, Syzran (oil and gas equipment) – Bulanash machine-building plant, Sverdlovsk Region (drilling equipment)

  • Vladimir Popov, Director Logistics
  • Dmitry Palekhov, Head of Freight Department

Oil and gas producing, petrochemical and chemical companies

Gazprom Dobycha Shelf

  • Alexander Grozdov, Director of Management
  • Grigory Atayan, Department Head

ZapSibNeftekhim

  • Svetlana Ivashchenko, Advisor to General Director

RusVinyl

  • Konstantin Buzin, Logistics Expert

Tobolsk-Polymer

  • Alexander Khrapunov, Head of Logistics Management
  • Yekaterina Golova, Expert of Procurement Management

TATNEFT

  • Renat Khabibullin, Logistics Group Principal Engineer, Integrated Hydrocracking Unit Construction Project Implementation Management

Air Liquide Vostok

  • Anton Chebotaryov, Head of Logistics Group

Cement companies

BaselCement

  • Denis Nazarov, Head of Logistics Department

Energy and distribution companies

Fortum

  • Tatyana Bankina, Head of Investment Purchase Management, Purchase Department
  • Vladimir Salimov, Logistics and Customs Clearance Specialist, Investment Purchase Management
  • Artyom Zotov, Logistics and Customs Clearance Specialist

Manufacturers of construction, quarry, port, agricultural and harvesting equipment

Claas Vostok

  • Elena Suknovalova, Head of Logistics Department
  • Elena Rodionova, Logistics Department Specialist

John Deere Agricultural Holdings

  • Irina Kizeeva, Domestic Transport Coordinator
  • Yekaterina Rylkova, Supply Coordinator

CARGOTEC RUS

  • Andrey Chervyakov, Head of Logistics Department

Construction and engineering companies

PREMIUM ENGINEERING

  • Elena Glebova, Head of Import Supply Department
  • Olga Artyukh, Import Supply Department Specialist

Atomenergoproekt

  • Ilnur Garaev, Construction Organization Department Engineer

Intertekhelektro

  • Anton Sumin, Lead Logistics Specialist

ÌS-Neftekhimproekt

  • Sergey Dmitriev, Project Manager

Joint Company «NIAEP» – CJSC «Atomstroyexport»

  • Sergey Zinov, Head of Logistics and Export Control Management
  • Roman Larkin, Deputy Head of Logistics and Export Control Management

Stroytransgaz

  • Valery Kon, Advisor to General Director

CEMEQ Minerals LLC

  • Elena Zatonskaya, Head of Logistics Department

«Energomashexport» Corporation

  • Pavel Balabaev, Head of Logistics Department
  • Evgeny Batenko, Logistics Department Senior Manager

Ertey Petrochem Rus

  • Dmitry Arkhipovsky, Deputy Head of Transport and Customs Department

Heavy industrial valves

NPO Tyazhpromarmatura

  • Vyacheslav Kornoukhov, Head of Logistics and Customs Clearance Department
  • Evgeny Kremenetsky, Lead Specialist of Logistics and Customs Clearance Department

Transport and forwarding companies

ALE Heavylift (Moscow)

  • Mikhail Poturemsky, General Director
  • Sergey Shishkin, Sales Director

ALTIUS PROJECT CARGOES (Spain)

  • Alvaro Molina, Managing Director
  • Fernando Bejarano, Project Controller

Bertling Logistics LLC (Moscow)

  • Mikhail Kirillov, General Director

Beluga Projects Logistic (Moscow)

  • Sergey Ovsienko, General Director
  • Olga Gulyaeva, Project Manager

BLG Logistics Solutions GmbH (Moscow)

  • Anna Moroz, Development Director

Chandler GmbH (Germany)

  • Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, General Director of Chandler Group
  • Andrey Kopin, Chandler GmbH Project Department Head

CF&S Estonia Ltd. (Tallinn)

  • Evgeny Evglevsky, Head of Railway Transportation Department

DAHER CIS (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Fyodor Larionov, Saint-Petersburg Branch Manager
  • Damien Perdereau, Project Manager

DGT Logistics Turkmenistan (Ashkhabad)

  • Arsena Zhamkochyan, Commercial Director

DSV Air & Sea A/S (Denmark)

  • Ole Schmidt, Regional Director DSV Projects

DSV Air & Sea (Russia)

  • Dmitry Voronov, Director Project Department

DSV Transport AS (Estonia)

  • Aigar Kons, Sales Manager. Out-of-gauge Transport

Euro-Asia Logistics (Estonia)

  • Alexey Selivanov, General Director
  • Olga Mosina, Commercial Director

FAR FREIGHT GmbH (Austria)

  • Marsel Safin, Representative

GAC Shipping & Logistics Ltd (Novorossiysk)

  • Alexander Bazhan, Business Development Manager

ICT St Petersburg

  • Yaroslav Klementyev, Commercial Director

Instar Logistics (Moscow)

  • Alexander Shelkov, General Director
  • Alexander Sheshin, Head of Project Transport Department

JURTRANSA (Lithuania)

  • Leonid Smolnikov, Director

Kuehne + Nagel (Moscow)

  • Tatyana Shorokhova, Head of Project Logistics Subdivision
  • Pavel Prikhodko, Project Manager

Live Trucks (Moscow)

  • Svetlana Kostrichkina, General Director
  • Vladimir Shifrin, Technical Director

Magsped AG (Switzerland)

  • Bjorn Basler, Assistant CEO

Mammoet Middle East (UAE)

  • Hadi Arabi, Senior Area Executive

Mammoet Russia (Moscow)

  • Yuri Popov, General Director
  • Andrey Geikalo, Project Manager

Nurminen Logistics Oyj (Finland)

  • Hannu Vuorinen, Senior Vice President

Orient Logistic Services (Moscow)

  • Konstantin Melnikov, Founder
  • Orient Logistic (Uzbekistan)
  • Farkhod Yunusaliyev, Director

Oy Hacklin Hamiko Ltd. (Finland)

  • Tomas Forsell, Director, Railway logistics

Polytra NV (Belgium)

  • Van der Hauwaert Reginald, Businees Developper & Sales

ROLL-LIFT Russia (Moscow)

  • Vyacheslav Zakharov, General Director
  • Yuri Bazarsky, Sales Director
  • Alexander Moshkin, Principal Sales Specialist

Schenker Deutschland AG (Germany)

  • Guenter Gauls, Senior Project Manager

Transocean Eesti Ltd. (Estonia)

  • Alari Harjak, CEO

Universal Ltd. (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Vitaly Danilov, General Director

UTC Overseas Logistics Ltd (Moscow)

  • Sergey Zabedilin, Director Projects

World Logistics Services Corporation (USA)

  • Diana Rickardson, Vice-President Global Accounts
  • Steve Licursi, Vice-President Operations

ICF Company (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Igor Andreenko, General Director
  • Kirill Tikhonov, Commercial Director

AQUAMARINE TRANS (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Alexander Vinokurov, Project and Business Development Manager – Head of Line Department of SARJAK Container Lines PVT. Ltd.
  • Ivan Koptelov, Head of Project Department

Alandia-Transport (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Sergey Chepaikin, Deputy General Director

Albacor Shipping (Moscow)

  • Alexey Mamykin, Head of Project Transport Department
  • Valery Smolyaninov, Project Transport Department Specialist

TC «Atlant» (Astrakhan)

  • Igor Pronin, General Director
  • Olga Dikhtyaruk, Commercial Director

BALTIC MERCUR (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Yana Khobotova, Customer Commercial Service Specialist
  • Marina Karpacheva, Customer Commercial Service Specialist

Baltika (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Andrey Maistrenko, General Director
  • Artemy Sokolov, Lead Manager

Baltika Group (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Alexander Chudnov, General Director
  • Arsen Melikov, Technical Director

Belomortrans (Arkhangelsk)

  • Mikhail Sisin, General Director
  • Igor Nekrasov, President

BELTEKHNOSERVIS (Belarus)

  • Vladimir Levin, Deputy Director

Benchmark-logistics (Samara)

  • Evgeny Egupov, General Director

Benchmark (Samara)

  • Alexey Chegodaev, Director

Benchmark-oversize (Samara)

  • Marat Safiullov, Project-Manager

White Nights Oil and Gas (Moscow)

  • Mikhail Veselkov, Moscow Branch Director
  • Ilya Pestov, Tariff and Contract Manager

Vanbetra Project (Moscow)

  • Marina Klementyeva, Logistics Manager

V&V Shipping (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Yana Kholostova, Director Logistics

Volga-Don-Transservice (Volgograd)

  • Oleg Tolochyok, General Director
  • Sergey Ivantsov, Deputy General Director

Volgaintrans (Samara)

  • Vladimir Shchepkov, General Director
  • Eduard Shchepkov, Technical Director

Garant Trans Express (Moscow)

  • Denis Giniyatov, General Director
  • Roman Somov, Director Operations

Garant Trans Express-Vladivostok

  • Pavel Khlus, General Director

Garant Trans Express (Yekaterinburg)

  • Andrey Ganaev, General Director

Agility/GeoLogistics (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Gleb Vorobyov, Director Operations

«YUTEK» Group (Rostov-on-Don)

  • Igor Bushnev, Director
  • Vladimir Papayanaki, Deputy Director

«SOPiG» Group (Moscow)

  • Vyacheslav Chetokin, Project Manager

Daimanta (Moscow)

  • Alexey Plyushchev, Logistics Service Specialist

DEALEX (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Mikhail Yermolaev, Head of Sales Department

Donbasstransitservice (Mariupol, Ukraine)

  • Harry Krakhmalny, Director
  • Natalya Skalyga, Project Cargo Manager

EuroAzov Service (Mariupol)

  • Sergey Kovalyov, Director
  • INCOTEC CARGO (Saint-Petersburg)
  • Igor Vetchininov, Deputy General Director

Kvadro Center (Ukraine)

  • Alexander Tkachuk, Director

Keen-Mark-Logistic (Moscow)

  • Alexey Shafarostov, General Director
  • Sergey Ivashchenko, Project Manager

«SibTransservice» Company (Krasnoyarsk)

  • Sergey Demidov, General Director

C.Steinweg-Handelsveem B.V. (Netherlands), Saint-Petersburg Branch Office

  • Sergey Lazar, Branch Director

Legion (Moscow)

  • Andrey Praleska, Director

LogLab (Moscow)

  • Yuri Zemskov, Head of Multimodal and Project Transportation Department

MagellanTrans (Krasnodar)

  • Georgy Sobolev, Director

Magellan (Krasnodar)

  • Arkady Khublaryan, Director

MDS (Yekaterinburg)

  • Dmitry Fattakhov, General Director
  • Stanislav Fattakhov, Deputy General Director

Mercury Transport (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Sergey Astapov, Freight Manager

Modul (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Maxim Smirnov, Sales Department Manager

MORTRANS (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Oleg Prokoshev, Deputy General Director

NOVOTEC Export (Novorossiysk)

  • Vladimir Ishutin, Commercial Director

Nord-West Wind (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Evgeny Komissarov, Development Director
  • Boris Maleev, Technical Director

RIVEST-TRANS-SERVICE (Saratov)

  • Anastasia Sapozhnikova
  • Marina Gavrilenko

Rustrans-spedition (Moscow)

  • Vitaly Pushkin, Commercial Director

SV Trans (Moscow)

  • Elena Ivanova, Sales Director

SEA SOTRA (LONDON) LIMITED

  • Alexey Arkhipov, Deputy Branch Director

Sovfracht (Moscow)

  • Karen Stepanyan, Deputy General Director on Marine Transport
  • Andrey Sarychev, Director Development and New Projects

Sovfracht Shipping

  • Vitaly Diev, Director

Jenty Spedition (Belarus)

  • Alexander Komarov, Head of Oversized Cargo Department
  • Ivan Yermakov, International Freight Specialist

TRANSIT (Belarus)

  • Julia Petleva, Deputy Director
  • Denis Radionchik, Head of Oversized Cargo Transportation Department

SpetsEnergoTransService (Samara)

  • Anatoly Kalashnikov, Commercial Director
  • Dmitry Oryol, Development Director

SpetsTrans (Novosibirsk)

  • Sergey Setalo, Director

STS Logistics (Moscow)

  • Oleg Urvan, Head of Oversized Cargo Transportation Department
  • Tatyana Kochegina, Sales Manager

TIS Group (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Andrey Filatov, Head of Project Transportation Department
  • Yekaterina Grechukhina, Head of Marketing and Sales Department

TC «Mainstream» (Novosibirsk)

  • Artyom Kuznetsov, Director
  • Dmitry Parlyuk, Commercial Director
  • Alexander Peregudin

Truck-Service (Rostov-on-Don)

  • Valery Kornienko

Trans-Group Spb

  • Alexander Shanin, Director

TRANS-MARK (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Irina Tsareva, Deputy General Director
  • Alexey Lindstrem, Head of Project Department

TRANSSPETSNAZ (Moscow)

  • Sergey Savenko, General Director

Transit-M (Republic of Marij El)

  • Sergey Moskvin, Executive Director

TRANSIT (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Vyacheslav Petrukhin, Director
  • Sergey Burik, Project Manager
  • Sergey Alkhimenkov, Deputy Director

TRANS-NAM (Moscow)

  • Mikhail Naryshkin, General Director

Transafe Logistics (Moscow)

  • Nikolay Vuchkov, President
  • Denis Veraksich, Vice-President

Transocean Bel (Minsk)

  • Olga Sikorina, Director
  • TEC EVEREST (Moscow)
  • Julia Lonchakova, General Director
  • Vyacheslav Popov, Development Director
  • Stanislav Tsigulyov, Key Account Manager
  • Alexandra Studyonova, Key Account Manager
  • Sergey Glebov, Key Account Manager
  • Marina Baskakova, Key Account Manager

TEC «TransSibExpeditsiya» (Perm)

  • Konstantin Neshataev, General Director

Schenker, Moscow Branch

  • Pavel Zharov, Head of Special Projects Department

«PiK-TRANSPORT» Company (Moscow)

  • Konstantin Vorontsov, General Director

Hamiko CIS (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Alexandra Nikiforova, Business Development

CFS Russia (Moscow)

  • Leonid Krasnodubsky, Development Director
  • Anna Kamenskaya, Director, Project and Multimodal Transportation Department

Universal Forwarding Company (Universalny Expeditor)

  • Igor Aleshkin, Saint-Petersburg Branch Director

UM 242 (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Natalya Timofeeva, General Director

Spaarmann (Moscow)

  • Alexander Sigolaev, Specialist

Yugspetstekhnika (Rostov-on-Don)

  • Yekaterina Shaginyan, Head of Transportation Arrangement Department

Shipping companies, Ro-Ro operators and freight brokers

2K Shipping and Trading (Turkey)

  • Danila Krochalyov, Operation & chartering

Atlantic Ro-Ro Carriers

  • Vladimir Simonov, Moscow Branch Director

Briese Chartering GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)

  • Pavel Neiland, Freight Manager

BigLift Shipping (Netherlands)

  • Danara Aveeva, Commercial Manager

Blue Water Shipping A/S (Moscow)

  • Vladimir Ovchinnikov, General Manager of Moscow Branch
  • Sergey Voadyanov, Oversized and Heavy Transport Line Manager

DFDS SEAWAYS (Lithuania)

  • Alexey Slipenchuk, Director

DFDS Lisco GmbH (Germany)

  • Folke Grammerstorf, General Manager Cargo Sales & Marketing

Industrial Maritime Chartering GmbH, Hamburg

  • Evert van den Brink, Sales / Line Management

Mann Lines (Tallinn, Estonia)

  • Tiit Arus, General Manager

Mann Lines (Great Britain)

  • David Brooks, Commercial Manager

MANN Lines Rus (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Yuri Moltokov, General Director

Hansa Heavy Lift (Germany)

  • Nikolay Mishkin, Freight Manager
  • Gleb Faldin, Business Analyst

HOEGH AUTOLINERS AS (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Tomasz Lis, Head of Russia & CIS

HOEGH AUTOLINERS AGENCY UKRAINE (Odessa)

  • Denis Chabanov, Ro-Ro and Project Manager

SAL Heavy Lift Rus (Moscow)

  • Ilya Komarovskikh, General Director
  • Igor Popov, Marine Transportation / Supercargo

Samskip GmbH, Bremen

  • Knut Voigt, Manager Breakbulk

Scan-Trans Shipping

  • Oleg Kudryashov, Supercargo

Aquakomplekt Group (Cherepovets, Vologodskaya Oblast)

  • Ilya Vaganov, Technical Director
  • Vitaly Komissarov, Commercial Director

Wijne & Barends Russia (Moscow)

  • Elena Bozhko, General Director
  • Oleg Shokov, Commercial Director

Volgo-Baltic Logistic (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Evgeny Goldin, General Director
  • Sergey Morozov, Commercial Director

Glogos (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Konstantin Grinevich, General Director

Rybinsk Shipping Company (Petrozavodsk)

  • Sergey Smorodin, Commercial Director
  • Mikhail Tishin, Deputy Commercial Director

«ARC» Shipping Company (Moscow)

  • Alexander Sochin, Head of Fleet Operation Department
  • Alexander Baranov, Head of Commercial Department

TMBC Logistics (Novorossiysk)

  • Nadezhda Belashchenko, Deputy Director

Trans-Log (Agent of «Trans Russia Express» and Finnlines)

  • Anatoly Yakuba, Deputy General Director

FESCO Integrated Transport (Moscow)

  • Elena Marchuk, Head of Special Projects Department

FREIGHT ALLIANCE

  • Konstantin Sharov, Head of Freight Department

State and regional authorities

The Government of Moscow

  • Andrey Savin, Deputy Head of Transport and Road-Transport Infrastructure Development Department

Railway operators and forwarding companies

LDZ CARGO (Latvia)

  • Olga Kuznetsova, Lead Engineer Oversized Cargoes

General Representative of German Railways

  • Marina Siedenbiedel, Manager on Special Transport Cooperation between Deutsche Bahn and Russian Railways

Octava (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Alexey Denichenko, Commercial Director
  • Svetlana Denichenko, General Director

Railion Russija Services (Moscow)

  • Olga Snigur, Deputy General Director
  • Elena Matusevich, Manager

Russian Railways (Moscow)

  • Alexander Tumanov, Deputy Head of Special Transport Department
  • Konstantin Glukhov, Principal Specialist, Market Conditions System Analysis and Strategic Monitoring Division, Department of Economic Conditions and Strategic Development

RZD Logistics (Moscow)

  • 1 delegate

TETRO EX (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Dmitry Osinovsky, General Director

TransContainer (Moscow)

  • Konstantin Ushkov, Sector Engineer, Arrangement of Transportation Using Ground-Breaking Container Technologies

Ukrainian Railways (Kyiv)

  • Vladimir Tishchenko, Deputy Head of Special Transportation, Main Transportation Management

Industrial assembly and rigging

Beck & Pollitzer (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Chos Adrian Tsezary, General Director
  • Yelizaveta Nikolaeva, Marketing Specialist
  • Vitaly Sary, Principal Engineer
  • Yegor Krysanov, Development Manager
  • Darya Kholomeeva, Marketing Specialist

Beluga Projects Logistic (Moscow)

  • Alexander Shmelev, Senior Engineer, Assembly and Intraplant Works
  • Sergey Klochko, Director Operations

EuroKran (Moscow)

  • Grigory Balitsky, Project Manager

Rental Units (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Ivan Alexandrov, Director
  • Maxim Yakovlev, Project Manager

TITRAN (Moscow)

  • Vladimir Vorontsov, General Director

TOPKRAN (Moscow)

  • Grigory Grigoryan, General Director
  • Vachagan Arutyunyan, Commercial Director
  • Vitaly Laptev, Financial Director

100 tons – service (Moscow)

  • Vladimir Orlov, Director
  • Alexander Gaab, Project Manager, Central Region
  • Dmitry Skornyakov, Project Manager, North-Western Region
  • Oleg Kadnikov, Project Manager, Ural-Siberian Region

Customs brokers

Sanna Group (Moscow)

  • Sergey Shkarupa, General Director

Air companies and brokers

Volga-Dnepr Company

  • Sergey Lenivin, Lead Sales Manager
  • Andrey Gulyayanovsky, Engineering-Logistics Services Manager
  • Vladimir Vyshemirsky, Head of Engineering-Logistics Center

AEROLOGIC LINE (Moscow)

  • Nikolay Rostetsky, Commercial Director

Ports and terminals

Fahrhafen Sassnitz GmbH (Germany)

  • Peter Maukel, Representative

Ust-Luga Commercial Sea Port

  • Konstantin Kostenko, Sales and Marketing Department Manager

Representative of «Port Hamburg Marketing e.V.» (Germany) in the Russian Federation

  • Natalya Kapkaeva, Director

Temryukmortrans

  • Pavel Khritankov, Head of Project Management Department

Saint Peter Terminal (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Vladimir Solovyov, Managing Director

Southern River Port (Moscow)

  • Alexander Iskrin, Commercial Director

Manufacturers of vehicles and equipment

Nooteboom Trailers B.V. (Netherlands)

  • Vladimir Gerasimenko, Export Manager Europe/Russia
  • Dick Nooteboom, Commercial Director

RA IN HO Co

  • Kim Dong Soo
  • Jacques Perousakis

SpetsAvtoLand (Moscow)

  • Vladimir Pozdnyakov, Commercial Director
  • Inspetstekhnika (Representative of GOLDHOFER AG. in RF and CIS countries)
  • Evgeny Dyomin, General Director
  • Andrey Suyazov, Deputy General Director

Sevzapkanat (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Arkady Vrzhizhevsky, Head of Sales Department

Stroyavtomatika (Moscow)

  • Alexey Samokhin, Director Sales, FAW vehicles

Enerprom (Irkutsk)

  • Grigory Yablochkov, General Director
  • Andrey Fomenko, Head of Commercial Department

TII-Group (Moscow)

  • Dmitry Filimonov, Commercial Representative of TII-Group in Russia and CIS

Banks, insurance and leasing companies

Deutsche Leasing Vostok (Moscow)

  • Sergey Klaymyonov, Director Sales, «Building and road machinery»
  • Maxim Shepovalenko, Director Sales, «Handling machinery and vehicles»

Rosgosstrakh

  • Igor Lebedev, Director, Cargo Insurance Management
  • Vadim Stepanov, Deputy Director, Cargo Insurance Management

MASS MEDIA

«Avtotransinfo» Magazine

  • Anatoly Petel, Senior Manager

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International Conference «HEAVY RUSSIA 2011»

On November, 18, Moscow welcomed the III International Conference “HEAVY RUSSIA 2011” organized by International Business Forum (IBF).

The Conference took place in the Congress-Center “INFOSPACE” in a historical center of Moscow and gathered over 250 delegates from 15 countries: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Germany, Great Britain, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Denmark, China, Turkey, Finland, Belgium and Netherlands. This year event was sponsored by German companies SAL Heavy Lift and Goldhofer as well as AsstrA International Holding. Among our traditional partners was Novorossiysk Port Terminal.

HEAVY RUSSIA is the annual platform which has been more and more popular in professional circles. This year the Agenda gave a wide overview of actual problems of heavy and OOG cargo transportation, delivery to hard-to-reach areas of Far North and Siberia, as well as usage of air and railway transport for carrying project cargoes.

One of the main problems discussed within the framework of the Conference was transportation of abnormal loads to hard-to-reach areas. On average, Russian North falls to share 99% of Russian gas export, 98% of oil, 85% of aluminium, 73% of copper, almost 100% of diamond export, 45% of nickel, 34% of wood, etc. Therefore, Northern areas acquire strategic significance for Russia. Moreover, hostile climate is characteristic of the North. Absolute lacking of year-round transport facilities only adds headache to carriers.

In this respect presentations by Russian companies were of utmost interest. They shared their experience of delivering energy equipment to remote areas of Russia: INSTAR Logistics – for Nyagan SDPP, SpetsTyazhProekt and SibTransservice – for Sayano-Shushenskaya Power Plant, Chandler – for Nizhnevartovsk SDPP.

The relevance of speeches was brought about by a number of innovative solutions applied while delivering these unique cargoes. Thus, INSTAR Logistics faced the problem of a bridge which had to stand overload of 480t. This gave way to an unusual solution – to strengthen the bridge by carbon plastic. This technology is rare in Russia and it was used for the first time for transporting heavy cargoes.

In its respect, Chandler Company designed and built a strengthened pier in Salekhard river port in July-September 2011. It is now capable of handling project cargoes with up to 500t weight. This will allow optimization of cargo delivery to Siberia and Northern Kazakhstan as well as better disposal of Russian-flag vessels.

As for possible ways of delivering cargoes to Siberia, they mainly use river, sea and air transport. The first two are used mainly in summer, whereas air transport is used in winter. Prime cost of air freight turns a kilo of flour into a unit of luxury; furthermore, all transports are weather-bound.

One of solutions to this problem was offered by AUGUR RosAeroSystems – design of a new transport means. This is a combined aircraft which has the best qualities of airships with separate elements of plane, helicopter and air-cushion vessel. This approach enables to preserve unique advantages of airships – long range and lifting capacity, economic and ecological efficiency, and get rid of traditional disadvantages. The project is called ATLANT. Designers implement the entire range of aircraft with 15t, 60t and 170t of lifting capacity with flying range from 1500 up to 5000km. According to a rough estimate, the prime cost of transportation is going to range between 7 and 25 RUB for ton/km depending on the lifting capacity. It is necessary just to find investors who are ready to support this unique Russian project.

In continuation of this topic delegates from STS Logistics presented their view on using aircraft for delivering project cargoes. They told the audience about distinguishing features of heavy transportation by air. The most significant projects – delivery of turbine wheels to Bureyskaya Plant (with a 120t weight and 6.2m diameter), transportation of hydro generator to Boguchanskaya Plant (180t) and delivery of turbine wheels to Kambaratinskaya Plant – aroused everybody’s interest.

Air carriers also play the first violin. The global leader of cargo aviation “Volga-Dnepr” dwelled upon their advantages and experience in the sphere of air delivery of heavy and abnormal cargoes. Their announcement about establishment of “door-to-door” logistics service was interesting to everybody.

The topic of new technologies traditionally takes the definite place at HEAVY RUSSIA events. Goldhofer Aktiengesellschaft, the world leader of producing low-bed semi-trailers and modular systems for transporting heavy and OOG cargoes, presented their solutions for complicated and special transport tasks, also under Far North conditions. This topic was also highlighted by Research and Scientific Center “Geotechnologies Spb”. Their speech was devoted to state-of-the-art technologies of surveying roads to check their carrying capacity while transporting heavy equipment.

Everyone marked presentations devoted to railway transportation of project cargoes. In 2012 Russian Railways plan to transfer their specialized fleet of platforms and transporters to “Second Freight Company”. Alexander Tumanov, Deputy Head of Special Transportation Department, RZD, told in details about coming reform. Cooperation with railways and Baltic ports was touched upon by Konstantin Akopov, General Director of CFS Russia.

For the full program and delegate list please visit www.ibforum.ru.

In 2012 International Business Forum is planning to conduct several conferences on heavy cargo logistics: in Odessa (HEAVY BLACK SEA), Riga (Oversize Baltic), Baku (HEAVY CASPIAN) and Novosibirsk (Heavy Lift Siberia & Far East), as well as our traditional Moscow event “HEAVY RUSSIA 2012”. For further information please contact IBF Organizing Committee: info@ibforum.ru

Partner:

 SAL Heavy Lift Rus

Sponsors

Goldhofer Aktiengesellschaft
AsstrA Forwarding

General Media Sponsor

RZD partner

Internet Partner

portnews

Media sponsors

Project Cargo Network
Universal Freight Organisation
WFN: World Freight Network
baltic course


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Draft Agenda

DAY ONE: THURSDAY 17th NOVEMBER

9.00 – 10.00 Arrival and registration (collect conference and financial documents at the Conference desk)

10.00 Session I Pressing Issues of Heavy-Lift Market

New Trends in State Regulation Related to Car Transport of Heavy and Bulky Cargoes

  • Konstantin Ugarov, Director, FSI Russian Road Service

Planned Delivery of Material and Logistical Resources for the Construction Needs of Olympic Facilities

  • Igor Nikolaenko, Deputy General Director, Transport Board of Olympic Games

OOG Market as a Boost for Economic Development; Global Experience and Practice of OOG Handling in Russia and CIS Countries

  • Vyacheslav Zakharov, General Director, Seumersteel

Panel Discussion: Overcoming Bureaucratic and Administrative Obstacles by a Heavy-Lift Carrier

Association of International Road Carriers of Russia

State Traffic Safety Inspectorate, Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia

Federal State Institution «Russian Road Service»

Federal Road Agency

11.00 Coffee and networking break

11.30 Session II Transportation of Project Cargoes to Hard-to-Reach Areas of High North and Siberia

Delivering Oversized Cargoes from Europe to West Siberia by Water Transport

  • Alexander Kruk, General Director, West Siberian River Shipping Company

Experience of an Area Company on Delivery of Oversized and Heavy Cargoes along Siberia

  • Sergei Demidov, General Director, SibTransservice

Panel Discussion: Development of Northern Sea Route for Heavy Transport

Chandler Shipping

Northern Shipping Company

13.00 Business lunch

14.00 Session III Air Freight used for Abnormal Loads Handling

Air Carriage of Oversized Cargoes – Rendering Complex Transport Services

  • /Speaker to be confirmed/, INSTAR LOGISTICS

Transportation and Erection of OOG Equipment by Means of Freight Airships; Atlant Project

  • Mikhail Talesnikov, VP External Economic Activity, AUGUR Group

Panel Discussion: Using Aviation for Project Transportation in Russia and CIS: Experience and Outlook

CTC Logistics * UTair

Volga-Dnepr * Polyot * Vertical-T

15.30 Coffee and networking break

16.00 Session IV Latest Technologies

Solutions to Complicated and Special Transport Tasks, Including High North Conditions

  • Raimund Loechle, Area Sales Manager, Goldhofer AG

Hydraulic Systems for Synchronized Lifting and Moving of Heavy Cargoes and Structures

  • G. Yablochkov, General Director, ENERPROM

Geo-Radar Method of Surveying Roads for their Carrying Capacity while Transporting Heavy Equipment

  • N. Timonina, Head of Plot Plan and Transport Department, Lengiproneftekhim

Up-to-date Technologies of Strengthening Bearing Capacity of Bridge Facilities

  • I. Yurovsky, Sales Director, ZAO Composit

17.00 Evening reception


DAY TWO: FRIDAY 18th NOVEMBER

11.00 Session I Transport of Large-Diameter Pipes

Specialized Wagons for Carrying Strips and Large-Diameter Pipes – New Opportunities for Logistics of Russian Pipe Plants

  • /Speaker to be confirmed/, Transgarant

/Topic to be confirmed/

  • /Speaker to be confirmed/, Eurosib-Logistics

12.30 Business Lunch

13.30 Session II Role of Railway and Sea Transport in Heavy-Lift Market

Logistics of Wind-Generating Plants. First Experience in CIS. Problems and Outlook.

  • Valentin Bokaty, Deputy Director, Novorossiysk Port Terminal

Inner Waterways used for Heavy Transport

  • /Speaker to be confirmed/, Volgo-Baltic Logistics

/Further schedule to be confirmed/

15.00 Coffee and networking break

15.10 Personal meetings of delegates

Delegate List

Cargo owners

Machine building

Mitsui & Co. Moscow

  • Ilya Zainyatulov, Expert of Transport and Logistic Department

Alstom-Atomenergomash

  • Vladimir Emelyanenko, Operations Director, Head of Process Management

Alstom

  • Irina Gormina, Logistics Expert

Machine-Building Factory of Podolsk (ZIOMAR)

  • Vladimir Pikhtin, Head of Sales and Contracts

Wartsila Vostok

  • Margarita Mikina, Project Coordinator

Izhorsk Plants

  • Andrei Mironov, Director Logistics

Mining companies

Norilsk Nickel

  • Igor Volkov, Logistics Department

Producers of tanks and vessels

Taganrog Boiler-Making Works Krasny Kotelshchik

  • Yuri Poturaev, Head of Shipping Department
  • Shamil Karimov, Deputy Director on Maintenance

DzerzhinskKhimMash

  • Alexei Ladygin, Director Logistics

Pipe works

Izhorsk Pipe Plant

  • Igor Phillipov, Head of Transport Logistics

TyazhPromArmatura

  • Vyacheslav Kornoukhov, Head of Logistics and Customs Clearance

Oil and gas companies

ROSNEFT

  • Andrei Kravchenko, Principal Expert of Logistics and Transport Department

Suppliers of building, quarry, port, agricultural and logging machinery

Agromash Holding

  • Sergei Shibkikh, Head of Shipment Department

Cargotec Rus

  • Andrei Chervyakov, Head of Logistics Department

Claas Vostok

  • Elena Rodionova, Expert of Logistics Department

Demag Cranes and Components Russland

  • Ekaterina Ushkova, Manager, Logistics Department

John Deere Agricultural Holdings

  • Irina Kizeeva, Domestic Transport Coordinator
  • Ekaterina Rylkova, Supply Coordinator

Komatsu CIS

  • Timur Vidov, Logistics Department

Mining Machines

  • Marina Kozyryalova, Logistics Manager

Ponsse

  • Marina Kochneva, Logistics Manager

World of Machines (JCB)

  • Yaroslav Kreuteur, Head of Logistics Department

Construction and engineering companies

AtomStroyExport

  • Roman Larkin, First Deputy Manager, Logistics and Export Control Department

E4 Group

  • Maria Poznanina, Logistics Manager
  • Valery Panchenko, Head of Logistics Department

Energy and network companies

Fortum

  • Konstantin Gusev, Head of Investment Procurement
  • Svetlana Sorokina, Investment Procurement Manager

Mosenergo

  • Andrei Konishchev, Head of Supply Management
  • Alexander Dvoretsky, Principal Expert of Supply Management

Drilling and similar equipment for oil/gas companies

Erida

  • Alexander Plaksin, Deputy General Director on Logistics

Transport and forwarding companies

Ahlers (Moscow)

  • Sergei Neverkevich, Business Development Manager, Project Department
  • Denis Parakhin, Head of Transport Forwarding Department

ALE Heavylift (Moscow)

  • Patrick Van Der Meide, General Director
  • Sergei Shishkin

Alfons – Koster & Co. GmbH (Germany)

  • Rico Garbers, axport manager for all CIS countries

Albacor Shipping (Moscow)

  • Alexei Mamykin, Head of Project Transportation Department

Beldortyazhtrans (Belarus)

  • Valery Pristavka, Director

Beltekhnoservis (Belarus)

  • Vladimir Levin, Deputy Director

Bellville Rodair International Limited (Great Britain)

  • Jan Kadlcik, Branch Manager
  • David Dines, Key Account Manager

Brockmueller Spedition (Germany)

  • Timur Akhmetkaziyev, Managing Director

Caspian Development Company Services (Kazakhstan)

  • Ragesh Raghav, Head of Sales and Operations

CF&S Estonia AS (Estonia)

  • Eugene Evglevsky, Department Head

CF&S Russia

  • Konstantin Akopov, General Director
  • Leonid Krasnodubsky, Owners’ Representative / Development Director

Chandler GmbH

  • Vladimir Nekhvyadovich, Group General Director
  • Sergei Kuznetsov, Director «Chandler Logistics»
  • Andrei Kopin, Head of Project Department, Chandler GmbH

DHL Global Forwarding (Denmark) A/S

  • Tim Schmith, Head, Industrial Projects, Oil & Energy, Renewable Energy

Dealex Transport (Oe?aeia)

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DSV Air & Sea A/S (Denmark)

  • Ole Schmidt, Regional Director DSV Projects

DSV Projects Russia (Moscow)

  • Murad Charyev, Director

Expacom (Ukraine)

  • Alexander Nesterov, Commercial Director
  • Oleg Stashevsky, Manager of Project Cargo Department

Express Interfracht Italy S.r.l. (Moscow)

  1. Andrei Detinkin, Country Manager

GAC Shipping & Logistics Ltd (Novorossiysk)

  • Alexander Bazhan, Business Development Manager

IFC COLOS (Kazakhstan)

  • Komilzhon Gafurov, General Director
  • Natalya Luzhnykh, Director Projects

Independent Energy Company (Moscow)

  • Alexander Sinkov, Expert

INSTAR LOGISTICS (Moscow)

  • Alexander Shelkov, General Director

Geodis Calberson Rus (Moscow)

  • Sergei Nikitin, Deputy General Director

LoGruz (Moscow)

  • Konstantin Melnikov, Commercial Director
  • Sunnat Asadov, Head of Bulky Cargo Transportation Department

Loadstar Ltd

  • Vitaly Danilov, Deputy Director

Lomer Point Bridge (Kazakhstan)

  • Zhanna Kaplina, General Director

MagellanTrans (Krasnodar)

  • George Sobolev, General Director

Magellan (Krasnodar)

  • Arkady Khublaryan, General Director

Mammoet Russia (Moscow)

  • Yuri Popov, Executive Director
  • Andrei Geikalo, Head of Project Department

Mainstream (Novosibirsk)

  • Artyom Kuznetsov, Director
  • Dmitry Parlyuk, Commercial Director

MECHANIZATION MANAGEMENT 242 (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Natalya Timofeeva, General Director

Nord-West Wind (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Eugene Komissarov, Development Director
  • Boris Maleev, Head of Bulky Cargo Transportation Department

NORTROP Ltd (Ukraine)

  • Mikhail Mavrody, Head of Logistics Department

Nurminen Logistiscs Plc (Finland)

  • Hannu Vuorinen, Senior vice president

ORIENT Logistik (Moscow)

  • Farkhod Yunusaliev, Acting Director

Reskom-Tyumen

  • Airat Usmanov, Head of Commercial Department
  • Mikhail Lavonen, Deputy Director on Fleet

RIVEST-TRANS-SERVICE (Saratov)

  • Igor Boderskov
  • Anastasia Sapozhnikova
  • Marina Gavrilenko

RosTransLogistic (Rostov-on-Don)

  • Ilya Lyudvinitsky, General Director

RTL Saint-Petersburg

  • Eugene Dichev, Project Manager

RTL (Rostov-on-Don)

  • Oksana Sokolova, Deputy Director
  • Maxim Savitenko, Senior Manager
  • Lyudmila Evlanova, Project Manager

Schenker Deutschland AG (Germany)
Guenter Gauls, Senior Project Manager

Siberia Trans (Novosibirsk)

  • Denis Skobelev, Head of Commercial Department
  • Valery Dushenin, Director Operations

SOPiG (Moscow)

  • Ildar Akhmetov, Director

STS Logistics (Moscow)

  • Oleg Urvan, Head of Project Department
  • Sergei Khimchenko, Sales Manager
  • Alexander Mazilin, Director Air Freight

Stella Group (Finland)

  • Abgar Margaryan , Director

TIS Group (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Alexander Ivanov, General Director
  • Ekaterina Grechukhina, Head of Sales and Marketing

Transafe Logistics (Moscow)

  • Nikolai Vuchkov, President
  • Denis Veraksich, Vice President
  • Natalya Vasilyeva, Head of Multimodal Transportation Department

Trans-Auto (Moscow)

  • Alexander Pevtsov, Director

TRANS NAM (Moscow)

  • Mikhail Naryshkin, Acting General Director

Transocean Eesti Ltd (Estonia)

  • Alari Harjak, CEO

Tricom Freight & Logistics Ltd (Aaiaeaaao)

  • N.C.Ghosh, CEO

TTS Liftec Oy (Finland)

  • Auvinen Aki, Export Director

ULTIMA (Latvia)

  • Tatyana Barusina, Forwarding Agent

UTC Overseas, Inc. (Moscow)

  • Sergei Zabedilin, Director Project Transportation

Vostokmontazhmekhanizatsiya (Chelyabinsk)

  • Gennady Rose, General Director

Wincanton NV (Belgium)

  • Theodore Haije, Managing Director

Shipping companies and freight brokers

Briese Chartering GmbH & Co KG (Germany)

  • Pavel Neiland

DFDS Seaways (Moscow)

  • Igor Plotko, Deputy Director

Expo-Shipping (Tver)

  • Alexei Burov, General Director

Express Interfracht Italy S.r.l. (Moscow)

  • Andrei Detinkin, Country Manager

FESCO Integrated Transport (Moscow)

  • Elena Marchuk, Head of Special Projects Department
  • Hansa Heavy Lift (Germany)

Nikolai Mishkin, Chartering Manager

Hecksher Eesti OU (Estonia)

  • Sergei Stanogin, General Director

Hoegh Autoliners AS (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Tomasz Lis, Owners Representative Russia & CIS

Mann Lines (Estonia)

  • Tiit Arus, General Manager
  • Northern Shipping Company (Arkhangelsk)
  • Alexander Bryntsev, General Director
  • Yuri Arsentyev, Director, Fleet Operation Department

Project & Project Ltd (Estonia)

  • Alexei Malyshev, Director

SAL Heavy Lift Rus (Moscow)

  • Ilya Komarovskikh, General Director
  • Igor Popov, Sea Freight / Supercargo

Scan-Trans Chartering ApS (Denmark)

  • Oleg Kudryashov, Harbor Master

Stella Group (Finland)

  • Abgar Margaryan, Director

TMBS Logistics (Novorossiysk)

  • Alexander Bulygin, Leading Expert

VARAMAR (Ukraine)

  • Alexander Varvarenko, Director

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Boris Kaportsev, General Manager, High & Heavy cargo, CIS

Wijnne & Barends B.V. (Netherlands)

  • Anton Kurasov, Chartering

State Authorities

Transport Board of Olympic Games

  • /TBD/

FSI Russian Road Service

  • Konstantin Ugarov, Director

Ports and terminals

Ust-Luga Commercial Sea Port

  • /TBD/

Port of Vyborg

  • Anastasia Artyomenko, Deputy General Director on Commerce
  • Vassily Emtsov, Deputy General Director on Operation and Technical Issues

Airlines

UTair

  • Nikolai Loginov, Senior Vice-President-Director of Business Development Department «UTair Helicopter Services»

Volga-Dnepr

  • Vladimir Vyshemirsky, Head of Engineering and Logistic Center
  • Sergei Lenivin, Leading Sales Manager
  • Andrei Gulyayanovsky, Leading Sales Manager

Railway operators

General Representative of German Railways

  • Marina Siedenbiedel, Cooperation Manager of Special Transport between Deutsche Bahn AG and Russian Railways

Industrial rigging

Beck and Pollitzer (Saint-Petersburg)

  • Adrian Tchos, General Director
  • Vitaly Sary, Principal Engineer
  • Natalya Kiryukhina, Head of Project Procurement Department
  • Darya Sushkova, Assistant Marketing Department
  • Elizaveta Nikolaeva, Marketing Expert

100 Tons – Service (Moscow)

  • Alexander Gaab, Project Manager, Central Region

Suppliers of machinery and equipment

Augur RosAeroSystems

  • Mikhail Talesnikov, Deputy General Director

Goldhofer AG (Germany)

  • Raimund Loechle, Area Sales Manager

Incotec Cargo

  • Igor Vetchininov, Deputy General Director
  • Artyom Belov, Deputy General Director

Nooteboom Group B.V. (Netherlands)

  • Vladimir Gerasimenko, Export Manager Eastern Europe/Russia

TITAN Special Purpose Vehicles GmbH (Germany)

  • Paul Semm, Sales Engineer

Volvo Vostok (Moscow)

  • Alexander Bershitsky, Key Accounts Manager
  • Alexander Bokanev, Senior Sales Representative

INSPETSTECHNICS (Agent of GOLDHOFER AG in RF and CIS Countries)

  • Eugene Dyomin, General Director
  • Andrei Suyazov, Deputy General Director

TVERSTOYMASH (Tver)

  • Alexei Golovach, Deputy General Director on Sales and Service

Customs Brokers

ROSTECH-NORTH-WEST

  • Vyacheslav Zinchenko, Logistics and Forwarding Department

Research Institutes and Engineering Companies

Scientific and Technical Center «Geotechnology Saint-Petersburg»

  • Alexei Sterltsov, Leading Expert

Mass Media

RZHD-Partner

  • Asiya Guryeva, Leading PR-Manager
  • Oksana Perepelitsa, Journalist