The DDLS Company – is a freight-forwarding company, specializing in international multimodal container shipping with a focus on shipment to the Russian Federation by rail.
Logistic solutions offered by DDLS are based on it’s own export-import block-trains which connect the northwestern ports with the central part of Russia.
- is the largest container carrier in the world. The Company's fleet consists of 611 vesels that call at 343 ports around the world.
- is the leader in container terminal operations serving Russian cargo flow. It owns 9 container terminals, which accounted for 29.7% of the total container turnover of the country in 2017.
- is the first logstic center in Russia, established in the form of freight village, located on the border of New Moscow and Kaluga region. This project is a part Industrial park Vorsino and occupies an area of 570 ha.
The toll road “Neva” connecting Saint-Petersburg and Moscow make enable to cross the distance between 2 capitals by 5.5 hours. Tariffs and specification is given below.
According to the information, provided Federal Customs Service, Russia foreign trade turnover in January-September of 2019 decreased by 2.9% as compared to the same period 2018 and reached $489.4 billion of which 63.6% was export and 36.4% – import.
The annual review of the Russia transport companies activities with overall information on freight turnover and with emphasis on railway transportation data
Throughput and container turnover details of all Russian seaports
According to the Federal Customs Service, Russia foreign trade turnover in monetary terms during the first 6 month of 2019 decreased by 2.8% toward the same period of 2018 and amounted to $ 319.6 billion. Export and import proportions didn't change…
According to data of the Russian Seaports Association within six months of 2019, Russian seaport throughput results reached 409 million tons of freight. The throughput of container increased by 5.2%. Breakdown for all Russian basins. DDLS proposal for export-import traffic through Russian Seaports.