Business Partners

Strategic Partner
Delo Group

Delo Group is the largest transport and logistics holding in Russia, managing sea container terminals in the Azov-Black Sea, Baltic and Far Eastern basins, a network of railway container terminals, a fleet of containers and fitting platforms.

The parent company of the Group is LLC MC Delo, 70% owned by the founder of the Group, Sergey Shishkarev, and 30% is owned by State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom.

The Group's stevedoring business includes DeloPorts holding and Global Ports, a leading container terminal operator. The transport and logistics business of the Group is made up of the multimodal transport operator Ruscon and the intermodal container operator TransContainer that owns and operates the largest fleet of containers and flatcars over the entire 1520 standard railway network.

General Sponsor
Russian Railways

Joint Stock Company “Russian Railways” is one of the largest rail companies in the world with huge volumes of passenger and freight transportation.

The company has high financial ratings, qualified specialists in all the rail business spheres, extensive scientific and technological basis, project and construction facilities, experience in international cooperation.

100% of the stock of the company operating the railways network as long as 85,6 thousand kilometers belongs to the Russian Federation.

Russian Railways performs a quarter of the passenger turnover of the entire transport system of Russia and more than 46% of the cargo turnover (including pipeline transport).

Russian Railways belongs to the top 3 of the world rail industry leaders.

The company’s mission is to meet the market demand for transportation services, increase efficiency, quality of services and deep integration into the Eurasian transport system.

General Partner

Construction and investment holding “Avtoban” is one of the three largest Russian road construction companies and a long-term general contractor of the Federal Road Agency Rosavtodor and the State Company Avtodor. The holding's key competencies are design, road construction, engineering, PPP projects, and road maintenance. More than 7000 employees of the holding build roads in 16 subjects of five federal districts of Russia. The gross volume of contracts, including PPP projects, more 400 billion rubles, the market share is up to 9.2%.

The largest implemented projects of the holding include new construction and reconstruction of the highways TsKAD-3, TsKAD-4, M1 Belarus, M3 Ukraine, M4 Don, M5 Ural, M7 Volga, M8 Kholmogory, M11 Moscow-Saint Petersburg.

Key ongoing contracts of the holding are the fourth and sixth stages of the M-12 Moscow-Kazan highway and a bypass of Tolyatti with a bridge over the river Volga.

At the end of 2020, the Russian credit rating agency RAEX (Expert RA) confirmed the rating of the Avtoban holding at the ruA level, and the rating agency ACRA confirmed the A- (ru) level.

General Partner
TransStroyMekhanizatsiya LLC

TransStroyMekhanizatsiya LLC (part of Roads & Bridges JSC) is an experienced participant in Russian road network development projects and leader in the segment of airport (airfield) flat infrastructure and Category 1 roads construction. Presently the Company participates in the largest national transport network development projects such as reconstruction of sections of highways M-4 "Don", M-1 "Belarus", M-12 "Moscow-Kazan", reconstruction of airports in Krasnoyarsk and Khabarovsk regions and others.

TSM has all the necessary production resources to perform the full range of construction and installation work of any degree of complexity, including a modern fleet of advanced road machinery and equipment, as well as specialized plants. The Company employs experienced engineers and specialist workers. Rational resource management, professional engineering and technical staff, a robust project management system, availability of modern road-building machinery, as well as the use of advanced technologies and innovations in construction enable TSM to implement large-scale projects in short time, ensuring quality in line with international standards.

Established in 2005, the Company employs more than 9,000 workers and has completed more than 100 projects to date in the following core regions of operations: Central, Southern, Northwestern, Volga, and Far Eastern Federal Districts of Russia.

General Partner
Russian Maritime Register of Shipping

Classification society. Established in 1913.

Today RS offers qualified solutions for our customers’ maritime business. We owe our prompt response and mobility to 900 surveyors and 50 offices around the world.

RS is recognized by the largest flag states and the EU. RS is an IACS member since 1969.

RS Services:

  • Appraisal of design documentation
  • Survey of ships under construction and in service
  • Survey during manufacture of materials, products and equipment
  • Statutory surveys
  • Safety management systems and ship security system certification
  • Certification of organizations that perform activities in accordance with IC STCW
  • Voluntary certification
  • Certification in the Military Register Certification System

Key segments:

  • Ice class ships
  • Hydrocarbons transportation ships
  • LNG-fuelled ships
  • Offshore development facilities
  • Fishing ships
Gala Dinner Official Partner

Rosmorport has the largest icebreaking group in the world. The fleet of the enterprise includes 33 icebreakers and icebreaking tugs, which provide pilotage in 15 freezing seaports of Russia.

One of the key tasks of Rosmorport is to ensure the safety of navigation in the waters of seaports and on approaches to them by creating innovative infrastructure of the seaports. The enterprise is a customer for 34 projects for the construction and reconstruction of port facilities under the Complex plan for modernization and development of infrastructure. Thanks to this, the capacity of the ports will grow by more than 263 million tons by 2030. Until this year Rosmorport will invest more than 19 billion rubles own funds for the development of the port infrastructure.

Official Sponsor
State Transport Leasing Company (GTLK) is the largest leasing company in Russia. GTLK is an instrument of state management policy and sustainable development of the transport industry in Russia. GTLK ensures the implementation of state support for the transport industry, the formation of an effective infrastructure, the off-budget fundraising, the development of Russian engineering industry, as well as digital transformation and building the operational efficiency of the company.
АО «Донаэродорстрой»
Conference Organizer
Russian Highways State Company

Russian Highways State Company was established with the purpose to form and develop the national network of highways and motorways, attract private funding to road infrastructure projects, establish new markets and forms of economic activity in Russia.

Russian Highways State Company performs concession agreements and other PPP projects in the road sector, provides design, construction and operation of highways and motorways, development of roadside facilities

including service areas as well as implements innovative programs in the road industry.

There are 3,771 km of highways in trust management: M-1 «Belarus», M-3 «Ukraine», M-4 «Don», M-11 «Neva», Central Ring Road in Moscow region, M-12 Moscow — Nizhny Novgorod — Kazan. The length of toll sections is 1,818 kilometers.

Conference Sponsor
Ural Mining Metallurgical Company (UMMC)

Ural Mining Metallurgical Company (UMMC) – one of the top Russian producers of major commodities including copper, zinc, coal, gold and silver. Additionally UMMC produces lead, selenium, tellurium, cadmium and indium. Represented by Seaport & Railway projects Department UMMC as a single executive body of the largest specialized coal seaports in Russia located in the Baltic sea (JSC Rosterminalugol, Ust-Luga, Leningrad Region) and the Far East (JSC Vostochny Port, Vrangel Bay, Primorsky Region) the management of two high-performance coal ports, located in the West and East of Russia and designed for different markets, provides an opportunity to quickly switch cargo flows in change of the global coal market conditions and for the rhythmic loading of port capacities.

Coal is exported through the seaports of JSC Vostochny Port and JSC Rosterminalugol to more than 30 countries in Europe, the Middle East, the Asia-Pacific region and Latin America.

The cargo base of JSC Vostochny Port and JSC Rosterminalugol is provided with contracts with coal producers from various coal regions in Russia. The ports handle coal produced by JSC Kuzbassrazrezugol, JSC SUEK, JSC Kolmar, JSC Kuzbass fuel company, JSC Russian coal, JSC Sibuglemet, LLC Promugolservis, JSC Shakhta Belovskaya, LLC Stepanovsky, LLC Bungursky Severny, LLC Arshanovsky, LLC Kiyzassky, LLC Vostochny and other Russian producers.

Supported by

Novosibirskavtodor is a Group of Companies that provides a wide range of road and utility infrastructure services including engineering, development, repair and maintenance(JSC "Novosibirsk Avtodor", LLC "Rosinstalproekt", LLC "Technodor", LLC "Technadzor"). Nowadays we covers 21 regions of Russian Federation. We are one of the leading road development companies that uses cement concrete pavement from the Ural to the Far East. Novosibirskavtodor held a position of leadership in implementing automated systems of project management in road development on the territory of the Russian Federation.

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JSC "VAD" is the largest road-building organization in the North-Western region of the Russian Federation. The company performs all types of work during the construction, reconstruction, capital and current repairs of highways of all technical categories. General contractor for the construction of a number of major infrastructure projects of federal and regional significance. Specialists of JSC "VAD" in the Republic of Karelia, the Republic of Crimea, Perm Krai, Kaliningrad, Vologda, Arkhangelsk, Leningrad, Murmansk, Pskov, Kostroma and Yaroslavl regions, federal cities of St. Petersburg and Sevastopol have built and repaired thousands of kilometers of roads in accordance with European quality standards.

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Sovcomflot (MOEX: FLOT) is the largest shipping company in Russia and a global leader in energy shipping, as well as the servicing of offshore oil and gas production.

SCF’s fleet comprises 136 vessels with a total deadweight of 11.8 million tonnes. SCF’s fleet consistently remains amongst the most technologically advanced and energy efficient within the global energy shipping market.

The fleet’s main charterers are international and Russian energy majors and the largest traders.

SCF specialises in energy shipping within harsh environments and owns the world’s largest fleet of ice-class vessels.

Sovcomflot plays a major role in developing shipping along the Northern Sea Route, including its eastern part, and serves large-scale energy projects across the Arctic and the Russian Far East.


Joint stock company "United Transport and Logistics Company – Eurasian Rail Alliance” (JSC UTLC ERA) provides services for transportation of containers by regular container block trains on the route China-Europe-China through the territories of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus.

Supported by
ООО «Приморский УПК»
Supported by
NCSP Group

NCSP Group is the largest stevedore of the Russian Federation. It consists of eight companies: PJSC NCSP, JSC NLE, JSC NSY, LLC IPP, LLC PTP, LLC BSC, JSC NCSP Fleet, LLC SFP. PJSC NCSP and PJSC Transneft hold the Novorossiysk Fuel Oil Terminal LLC on the parity basis. The total target figure for stuff of NCSP Group is about 8 thousand people. In September 2018, the NCSP Group came under the control of PJSC Transneft. In January 2019, shares of PJSC NCSP were transferred to Russian jurisdiction. NCSP Group terminals are located in the ports of Novorossiysk, Primorsk and Baltiysk. The Group’s ports are integrated into international transport corridors connecting Russia with the Mediterranean countries, the Middle East, the North Africa, the Southeast Asia, North and South America, that makes them a key transit channel for Russian import and export cargoes. NCSP Group holds 67 berths with a total length of 13.7 km, the Group's handling equipment fleet - more than 800 units. The combination of universal and specialized port facilities allows to work with a wide client and cargo base (more than 80 basic nomenclatures of transferred cargo and almost 300 clients). In 2020, NCSP Group had handled 110,6 million tons of cargo, where about 86,6 million tons are oil and oil products. The share of NCSP Group in the cargo turnover of the ports of the Russian Federation in 2020 is 13%, including: oil 23%; oil products 23%, ferrous metals and cast iron 35, ore cargo 36%; non-ferrous metals 28%; containers 8%.

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Группа компаний «Новотранс»

Novotrans Group of Companies is one of the largest private transport holdings in Russia. It provides customers with a full range of transport services: railway cargo transportation, rail-car repair, dispatching, stevedoring services. It is one of TOP10 companies in the rail freight and repair business in Russia and the CIS. Total rolling stock exceeds 25000 units. Сar repair division includes 4 plants in the Kemerovo, Moscow, Irkutsk and Altai regions. The fifth plant is being built in the Leningrad Region. In the port of Ust-Luga on the Baltics Novotrans is building a multifunctional trade terminal LUGAPORT for transshipment of bulk, general, grain and food cargo with annual turnover of 24.3mln tons. Novotrans provides stevedoring and warehousing services at the ferry complex in Ust-Luga

Supported by
Russian River Register (RRR)

The mission of Russian River Register (RRR) is to render services and carry out activities aimed at:

  • provision of technical safety of the river and river-sea vessels and floating objects;
  • protection of life and health of passengers and crew members;
  • provision of cargo safety conditions;
  • provision of environmental safety of the vessels and floating objects.

RRR performs classification of the river and river-sea vessels and floating objects. The organizational structure of RRR consists of the Head Office and 14 Branch Offices located across the Russian Federation. More than 23,000 vessels and floating objects have the class of RRR.

Supported by

Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Morsviazsputnik”, being a part of the Federal Agency of Marine and River Transport, implements a number of state and national projects delivering a full portfolio of communications services and products for maritime, land and aviation markets in Russia and globally. Morsviazsputnik represents the Russian Federation in the international organizations and programs such as International Maritime Organization, International Telecommunication Union, International Organization for Mobile Satellite Communications, International COSPAS-SARSAT Program and others.

Morsviazsputnik is a national operator of INMARSAT mobile satellite communications system on the territory of the Russian Federation, Iridium service provider. Today the company operates its own ground infrastructure that has become an important component of the international telecommunication satellite networks and is forming the national ground segment of Inmarsat mobile satellite network in Russia. 

Since its incorporation in 1976, Morsviazsputnik has grown into a unique telecom operator that works not only in mobile satellite communications industry but also is approaching global fiber optic market as the appointed operator of the “Polar Express” project, the transarctic submarine fiber optic cable line from Murmansk to Vladivostok along the North Sea Route.


Sushchevskiy Val str 18, Moscow, Russia, 127018.

T: +7 (495) 967 18 50


Supported by

Federal State Unitary Enterprise ZaschitaInfoTrans, subordinate to the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, is the center of competence in the field of transport industry digitalization, including information and transport security.

The enterprise was established in 1996 by the co-decision of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation, the State Technical Commission under the President of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation. In July 2021 we celebrated our 25th anniversary.

FSUE ZashchitaInfoTrans is an authorized developer and operator of the Unified State Information System for Transport Security, which was created in the interests of the Ministry of Transport of Russian Federation, competent authorities (Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russian Federation, FSB RF) and a number of other authorities. Starting with 2013 more than 8,500 carriers and different kinds of transport infrastructure participants have been connected to the system. In real-time mode it collects information on passenger traffic from 149 different countries. The list of information suppliers and users of the system is constantly expanding.

FSUE ZashchitaInfoTrans is an expert in the field of information security and a system integrator for the implementation of global IT and digital projects in transport industry.

Our achievements:

  • more than 30 unique state projects (Unified State Information System for Transport Security)
  • more than 180 IT system development projects
  • more than 100 R&D projects.

Today we work in accordance with the goals and objectives set by Transport Industry Digital Transformation Strategy.

Intellectual Partner of the Business Programme
International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation (CCTT)

Presently the CCTT has 96 member societies from 23 countries, including railways of Europe, Asia and the CIS states, leading shipping companies, operators and forwarders, ports and stevedoring companies, state organizations, administrations and academia, telecom and marketing companies, security services and mass media.

For more than 20 years history the CCTT has achieved a high international standing and has become an efficient international forum for networking and real cooperation between all parties involved in Trans-Siberian freight transportation.

The CCTT contributes to introducing advanced technologies, which increase the capacities of border crossing points and international freight volumes.

Intellectual Partner of the Business Programme
Center for Strategic Research (CSR)

Center for Strategic Research (CSR) is a non-commercial organization that plays key role in elaboration and implementation of long-term development strategy of Russia's economy.

CSR was established in December 1999.

CSR senior management (in different periods of time): Herman Gref, Elvira Nabiullina, Alexei Kudrin, Dmitry Mezentsev, Maxim Oreshkin.

On November 18, 2018, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation joined CSR's board of founders.

On July 24, 2020, Maxim Reshetnikov was appointed as chairman of the CSR board.