Organizational structure

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
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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