Forwarding and Freight Traffic Registering Department

  • Number of staff: 50 people
  • Functions: collaboration with administrations of Russian Railways, KTZ (Kazakhstan railways), UTI (Uzbekistan Railways), TRK (Turkmen Railways), LDZ (Latvian Railways), LG (Lithuanian Railway), Belarusian Railway and other forwarding organisations; accounting and control of cash flow; reconcilement and settlement payments; liaison with clients.
  • Organising work of the company’s ancillary services: rail car traffic service, rail car facilities, representative offices abroad, front office, technical staff.

Container Shipping Department

  • Number of staff: 6 people
  • Functions: organising the shipping of cargoes in containers
  • Cargoes: various cargoes in containers
  • Fleet: 200 well cars
  • Main destinations: from China to Central Asia, from the Baltic States to Central Asia and the other way round

Department of Shipping in All-purpose Rail Cars

  • Number of staff: 8 people
  • Functions: organising the shipping of general cargoes
  • Cargoes: cotton hair, foodstuffs, coal, metals, and other cargoes
  • Fleet: 200 closed and gondola cars
  • Main destinations: from the Baltic States to Central Asia and the other way round

Agrochemical Cargo Shipping Department

  • Number of staff: 9 people
  • Functions: organising the shipping of agricultural and chemical cargoes
  • Cargoes: grains, oil crops, fertilizers
  • Fleet: 400 grain hoppers
  • Main destinations: from Kazakhstan and Central Asia to the Baltic States and the other way round

Bulk Oil Cargo Shipping Department

  • Number of staff: 11 people
  • Functions: organising the shipping of oil and bulk oil cargoes
  • Cargoes: black oil fuel, vacuum gas oil, aviation fuel, diesel fuel, gasoline, etc.
  • Fleet: 2 500 tank-cars
  • Main destinations: Central Asia and Kazakhstan, the Baltic States, Afghanistan

OUR ACHIEVEMENTS:

Pro Logistic Services  is a transport forwarding company successfully operating since 2003.

Our main field of activity is the provision of complex freight forwarding services on international scale using railway stock, both owned by the company and contracted.

The company is an official forwarder, with direct contracts with Russian Railways, KTZ (Kazakhstan railways), Belarusian Railway, LDZ (Latvian Railway), TRK, LG (Lithuanian Railway).

The company has signed long-term contracts with owners of various types of railway rolling stock and has representative offices in the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Belarus, the Baltic States, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. The company has long-standing partnership with forwarders in Georgia, Azerbaijan, China, Ukraine and other countries.

Pro Logistic Services is among the TOP 100 largest Latvian companies.

In 2010, the company was named the most efficient transport company in the Baltic States.

The company operates a fleet of: 3 300 rail cars.

PERSONNEL OF THE COMPANY

There is no doubt that our personnel is the main value of our company. It plays a key role in our work, is crucial for the quality of our operations and services, and assists business development.

Many of our employees have gone a long way since the establishment of the company, and are still a paragon of highly professional attitude to work and value of gained experience. We offer our clients more than they ask, because the professionalism of our personnel enables us to anticipate and raise any questions in advance. The company’s prosperity depends on quality of the work. Clients can rely on the high quality of our work because our employees continuously improve their skills and qualification. In it’s turn, quality of the work depends on the employee’s professionalism. This is why we believe that the professionalism of our personnel translates into professionalism of the company as a whole.

Our employees are experts in their field and we take pride in them!

Our history:

In autumn 2003, in order to facilitate cargo traffic between the Baltics and the Central Asia, a group of enthusiasts in Riga established Pro Logistic Services company. A few months later, a representative branch of the company was certified in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, which has been active ever since. At the time, the company had a staff of 5, including employees of the representative branch. In that period, the company was mainly involved in forwarding oil products of Fergana refinery using railway networks in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine and the Baltics.

In 2006, a subsidiary was established in Almaty, Kazakhstan – ”Pro Logistic Kazakhstan” Limited Liability Company – which enabled the company to extend operations in Kazakhstan. In particular, the company entered the market of transporting equipment, household appliances and foodstuffs imported to Kazakhstan from Europe, and became engaged in forwarding oil and oil products from Kazakhstan.

In 2008, ”Pro Logistic Kazakhstan” LLC signed an agreement with JSC NC Kazakhstan Temir Zholy, and as a result it gained the status of a forwarder in Kazakhstan.

In 2008, the company entered the market with its rolling stock operation service. In particular, the clients were offered a service package including forwarding and provision of tank cars for oil products.

In 2009 in Minsk, the company signed agreements for railway transit using railway networks of Belarus.

In 2001, the company opened a representative branch in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, and signed an agreement with the Ministry of Railway Transport of Turkmenistan. This enabled the company to enter the market of forwarding oil products of Turkmenbashi complex of oil refineries to the countries of Central Asia and Afghanistan.

In 2012, representative branches were opened in Estonia (Tallinn), Lithuania (Klaipeda) and the Russian Federation (Moscow), allowing the company to sign agreements with Russian and Lithuanian railway networks.

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Forwarding and Freight Traffic Registering Department

  • Number of staff: 50 people
  • Functions: collaboration with administrations of Russian Railways, KTZ (Kazakhstan railways), UTI (Uzbekistan Railways), TRK (Turkmen Railways), LDZ (Latvian Railways), LG (Lithuanian Railway), Belarusian Railway and other forwarding organisations; accounting and control of cash flow; reconcilement and settlement payments; liaison with clients.
  • Organising work of the company’s ancillary services: rail car traffic service, rail car facilities, representative offices abroad, front office, technical staff.
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Container Shipping Department

  • Number of staff: 6 people
  • Functions: organising the shipping of cargoes in containers
  • Cargoes: various cargoes in containers
  • Fleet: 200 well cars
  • Main destinations: from China to Central Asia, from the Baltic States to Central Asia and the other way round
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Department of Shipping in All-purpose Rail Cars

  • Number of staff: 8 people
  • Functions: organising the shipping of general cargoes
  • Cargoes: cotton hair, foodstuffs, coal, metals, and other cargoes
  • Fleet: 200 closed and gondola cars
  • Main destinations: from the Baltic States to Central Asia and the other way round
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Agrochemical Cargo Shipping Department

  • Number of staff: 9 people
  • Functions: organising the shipping of agricultural and chemical cargoes
  • Cargoes: grains, oil crops, fertilizers
  • Fleet: 400 grain hoppers
  • Main destinations: from Kazakhstan and Central Asia to the Baltic States and the other way round
close

Bulk Oil Cargo Shipping Department

  • Number of staff: 11 people
  • Functions: organising the shipping of oil and bulk oil cargoes
  • Cargoes: black oil fuel, vacuum gas oil, aviation fuel, diesel fuel, gasoline, etc.
  • Fleet: 2 500 tank-cars
  • Main destinations: Central Asia and Kazakhstan, the Baltic States, Afghanistan
close

OUR ACHIEVEMENTS:

Pro Logistic Services  is a transport forwarding company successfully operating since 2003.

Our main field of activity is the provision of complex freight forwarding services on international scale using railway stock, both owned by the company and contracted.

The company is an official forwarder, with direct contracts with Russian Railways, KTZ (Kazakhstan railways), Belarusian Railway, LDZ (Latvian Railway), TRK, LG (Lithuanian Railway).

The company has signed long-term contracts with owners of various types of railway rolling stock and has representative offices in the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Belarus, the Baltic States, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. The company has long-standing partnership with forwarders in Georgia, Azerbaijan, China, Ukraine and other countries.

Pro Logistic Services is among the TOP 100 largest Latvian companies.

In 2010, the company was named the most efficient transport company in the Baltic States.

The company operates a fleet of: 3 300 rail cars.

close

PERSONNEL OF THE COMPANY

There is no doubt that our personnel is the main value of our company. It plays a key role in our work, is crucial for the quality of our operations and services, and assists business development.

Many of our employees have gone a long way since the establishment of the company, and are still a paragon of highly professional attitude to work and value of gained experience. We offer our clients more than they ask, because the professionalism of our personnel enables us to anticipate and raise any questions in advance. The company’s prosperity depends on quality of the work. Clients can rely on the high quality of our work because our employees continuously improve their skills and qualification. In it’s turn, quality of the work depends on the employee’s professionalism. This is why we believe that the professionalism of our personnel translates into professionalism of the company as a whole.

Our employees are experts in their field and we take pride in them!

close

Our history:

In autumn 2003, in order to facilitate cargo traffic between the Baltics and the Central Asia, a group of enthusiasts in Riga established Pro Logistic Services company. A few months later, a representative branch of the company was certified in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, which has been active ever since. At the time, the company had a staff of 5, including employees of the representative branch. In that period, the company was mainly involved in forwarding oil products of Fergana refinery using railway networks in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine and the Baltics.

In 2006, a subsidiary was established in Almaty, Kazakhstan – ”Pro Logistic Kazakhstan” Limited Liability Company – which enabled the company to extend operations in Kazakhstan. In particular, the company entered the market of transporting equipment, household appliances and foodstuffs imported to Kazakhstan from Europe, and became engaged in forwarding oil and oil products from Kazakhstan.

In 2008, ”Pro Logistic Kazakhstan” LLC signed an agreement with JSC NC Kazakhstan Temir Zholy, and as a result it gained the status of a forwarder in Kazakhstan.

In 2008, the company entered the market with its rolling stock operation service. In particular, the clients were offered a service package including forwarding and provision of tank cars for oil products.

In 2009 in Minsk, the company signed agreements for railway transit using railway networks of Belarus.

In 2001, the company opened a representative branch in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, and signed an agreement with the Ministry of Railway Transport of Turkmenistan. This enabled the company to enter the market of forwarding oil products of Turkmenbashi complex of oil refineries to the countries of Central Asia and Afghanistan.

In 2012, representative branches were opened in Estonia (Tallinn), Lithuania (Klaipeda) and the Russian Federation (Moscow), allowing the company to sign agreements with Russian and Lithuanian railway networks.