Notice of the Board of Directors of Russian Railways approving the transfer of interest in TransContainer to UTLC
RNS Number : 4303T
03 October 2014
The Board of Directors of Russian Railways approves the transfer of interest in TransContainer to United Transportation and The process of organising a chain of delivery, and managing that chain in the broadest sense. This chain may encompass both deliveries of raw materials needed for production and management of material resources at an enterprise, delivery to warehouses and distribution centres, sorting, handling, and final distribution at the points of consumption. In the context of transportation services, the main service is that of delivering cargo across a delivery route.
Further to the announcement dated 5 September 2014, JSC TransContainer ("TransContainer" or the "Company") announces that Russian Railways' Board of Directors approved the contribution of its full shareholding of 50%+2 shares in TransContainer, along with 100%-1 shares in JSC RZD Logistics, to the share capital of United Transportation and Logistics Company ("UTLC"). This decision was taken at the Board meeting on 30 September 2014, the results of which were announced on 3 October 2014.
For the purposes of this transaction, Russian Railways' stake in TransContainer has been appraised at RUB 35,148 million, a market price established by Ernst & Young in its capacity as an independent appraiser in a report dated 31 March 2014.
As a result of the transfer of interest, Russian Railways will own 39,694,000 shares in UTLC, representing at least 99.8% of UTLC's share capital. Russian Railways' shareholding in UTLC was set out in the resolution of the Russian Government dated 30 August 2014.
The Company will keep the market informed of any further developments.
3 October 2014
Tony Friend / Galyna Kulachek
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TransContainer (LSE ticker: TRCN) is the leading intermodal Transportation equipment for shipping cargo via various means of transport. Containers are durable enough for repeated use and can be stacked. Containers are divided into medium-duty (three- and five-tonne), which conform to former Soviet Union standards and are still used for shipments in Russia and the CIS, and ISO (20- and 40-foot) containers, which are used for Russian and international shipments. The universal standard unit TEU (twenty-foot equivalent unit) was introduced to measure transport flow volumes.
container transportation company in Russia. It is the market leader in Russia by A specialised type of rolling stock designed to carry ISO containers.
flatcar fleet size, container transportation by rail and rail-side A place equipped for the trans-shipment and storage of containers. A container terminal
typically includes one or more container yards. Rail-based container terminals are equipped with spur tracks for loading and unloading containers to/from railroad platforms (cars).
container terminal throughput. As of 30 June 2014, it operated 27,174 flatcars and 64,670 ISO containers. It owns a network of 46 rail-side container terminals in Russia, 19 rail-side terminals in Kazakhstan (through its joint venture company KedenTransService) and operates one terminal in Slovakia. Company's sales network comprises more than 130 sales offices across Russia as well as presence in the CIS, Europe and Asia. TransContainer is listed at Moscow Exchange and LSE. Company's major shareholder is JSC Russian Railways with 50%+2 shares.
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