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Container Terminals

Container Terminals

Terminal services

Terminal services are also a part of our core business and involve the following services:

  • rail 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.
    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.
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    handling, including loading and unloading operations;
  • storage of rail containers;
  • container transshipment (reloading containers from/to standard-gauge flatcars to/from wide-gauge flatcars, regrouping containers on flatcars according to their destination).

We also provide customers with various value-added services such as:

  • assistance in loading and affixing cargo inside a container;
  • sealing/unsealing;
  • weighing containers;
  • recharging electrical power cells of refrigerator containers;
  • inspecting cargo in containers;
  • cargo warehousing.

Terminal network

Our terminal network consists of terminals located at 45 railway stations throughout Russia and one in Slovakia (Dobra station on the Slovakia-Ukrainian border). Our rail 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.
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.
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 rail-side terminal network is the largest in Russia by volume of TEUs handled and the second largest by the number of terminals (after the terminal network owned by Russian Railways).

Our terminals are located throughout the entire Russian railroad network, and have a nationwide coverage stretching from Sakhalin in the Far East to Kaliningrad in the most western point of Russia, with most of our terminals located at key transportation hubs and important cross-border junctions. Our Kazakhstan subsidiary, KedenTransService, owns and operates 19 rails-side terminals across Kazakhstan.

Our terminal network also plays an important role as central points for container and A specialised type of rolling stock designed to carry ISO containers.
A specialised type of rolling stock designed to carry ISO containers.
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traffic management and the streamlining of our intermodal delivery processes, including our ability to run block-trains along key routes.

Many of our terminals also accommodate flatcar and rail 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.
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 repair and maintenance facilities, in-door warehouse facilities, as well as truck dislocation and management sites. With some of our terminals also containing bonded warehousing yards for containerised cargo storage pending customs clearance. 


Regulation

All of our terminals in Russia are designated as Sites for Common Use, which requires us to provide our terminal services on a non-discriminatory basis to any market participant willing and able to pay for our terminal services.

Pricing

Some of our activities, including the loading, unloading and storage of rail containers, are treated as railway infrastructure services, we perform these services as Russian Railways’ agent at prices based on tariffs set by Russian Railways and collect fees for these services on its behalf. 

Our other terminal services, such as loading and unloading of cargo into and from containers, inspecting cargo inside containers, preparing containers for loading and 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.
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.
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storage at bonded warehouses are set at free market prices.

 

Rail-side container terminals

List of TransContainer rail-side container terminals

Russia, Centralniy Federal District

Russia, Dalnevostochniy Federal District

Russia, North-Caucasian Federal District

Russia, Privolzhskiy Federal District

Russia, Severo-zapadniy Federal District

Russia, Sibirskiy Federal District

Russia, Uralskiy Federal District

Russia, Yuzhniy Federal District

Slovakia, Košice Region

Kazakhstan

Russia, Centralniy Federal District

RegionLocation
Bryanskaya oblastBryansk-Lgovskiy station
Moskovskaya oblastMoscow freight terminal
Moskovskaya oblast Moscow Kurskaya freight terminal 
Moskovskaya oblast Moscow Paveletskaya freight terminal 
Moskovskaya oblast Kuntsevo-2 freight terminal
Moskovskaya oblast Silikatnaya station
Ryazanskaya oblast Lesok station
Tverskaya oblast Tver station
Voronejskaya oblast Pridacha station
Yaroslavskaya oblast Yaroslavl station

Russia, Dalnevostochniy Federal District

RegionLocation
Amurskaya oblast Blagoveshchensk station 
Evreyskaya avtonomnaya oblast Birobidzhan-1 station
Habarovskiy kray Khabarovsk-2 station
Primorskiy kray Pervaya rechka station  
Primorskiy kray Ussuriysk station
Sahalinskaya oblast Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk freight terminal

Russia, North-Caucasian Federal District

RegionLocation
Severnaya Osetiya-Alania Republic  Vladikavkaz station 
Stavropolskiy kray Skachki station

Russia, Privolzhskiy Federal District

RegionLocation
Bashkortostan Republic Chernikovka  station 
Kirovskaya oblast Kirov-Kotlasskiy station 
Nizhegorodskaya oblast Kostarikha station
Penzenskaya oblast Penza -2, 4 station
Permskiy kray Blochnaya station
Saratovskaya oblast Trofimovskiy-2 station
Tatarstan Republic Lagernaya station
Udmurtskaya Republic Pozim station

Russia, Severo-zapadniy Federal District

RegionLocation
Arhangelskaya oblast Arkhangelysk-city station 
Kaliningradskaya oblast Kaliningrad consolidation station 
Leningradskaya oblast Saint-Petersburg Vitebskiy freight terminal 

Russia, Sibirskiy Federal District

RegionLocation
Altayskiy kray Barnaul station 
Irkutskaya oblast Batareynaya  station 
Krasnoyarskiy krayKrasnoyarsk station
Krasnoyarskiy krayBazaikha station
Novosibirskaya oblastKleshchikha station
Omskaya oblast Omsk-Vostochnyy station 
Zabaykalskiy kray Chita-1 station
Zabaykalskiy kray Zabaykalsk station

Russia, Uralskiy Federal District

RegionLocation
Chelyabinskaya oblast Chelyabinsk freight station 
Chelyabinskaya oblast Magnitogorsk freight station 
Khanty–Mansiyskiy AO Nizhnevartovsk-1 station
Kurganskaya oblast Kurgan station
Sverdlovskaya oblast Ekaterinburg freight terminal 

Russia, Yuzhniy Federal District

RegionLocation
Astrahanskaya oblast Kutum station 
Krasnodarskiy kray Krasnodar consolidating station 
Rostovskaya oblast Rostov freight terminal

Slovakia, Košice Region

RegionLocation
Trebišov District Dobra

Kazakhstan

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