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Management

The CEO of TransContainer is responsible for the daily management of the company's operations. 

Deputies of the CEO and certain other senior managers also play an important role in the development of the Company.

Please click on the names of our senior managers below for a short biography:

Petr Baskakov
Chief Executive Officer of the PJSC "TransContainer"
Head of the Executive Board

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Petr Baskakov has been  the CEO since TransContainer’s formation as a joint stock company in 2006. 

Petr has over 24 years of experience in the Russian railway transportation industry, graduating from the Moscow Institute for Railway Transport Engineers in 1986 with a degree in the Management of Railway Transportation Processes.

Before joining TransContainer, Petr held management positions in the Podolsk Production and Railway Transportation Enterprise of the Federal Ministry of Transportation. 

In 1993, he was appointed head of Moskva-Tovarnaya-Kurskaya station, a Moscow rail-side cargo terminal. 

Between 1999 and 2000, he worked in management positions in Moscow Railways, and was appointed head of the Moscow Railway 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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Shipping Department in 2000. 

Since 2003, Petr has been the head of TransContainer branch of OJSC Russian Railways and later OJSC TransContainer.

Vladimir Drachev
First Deputy General Director,
member of the Executive Board

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Vladimir became our First Deputy CEO in 2008, having served as our Deputy CEO for Production since 2006. 

He has over 24 years of experience in the Russian railway transportation industry and graduated from Krasnoyarsk Technical School for Rail Transport in 1970 and the Irkutsk Institute of Railway Engineers in 1982, majoring in railways operations.

Between 1975 and 1992, Vladimir held various positions in the East-Siberian and Krasnoyarsk Railroads. Since 1992, he was appointed as the first deputy head of Krasnoyarsk Railway. 

In 1997, he became the deputy head of the Department of Management of the Ministry of Railways. He then served as a consultant for domestic and international transportation at CJSC Development, Servicing and Forwarding of A form of payment for sea transportation of cargo, or the use of a ship for a certain period of time. Freight payment is determined by the volume of cargo delivered to the destination
or by the volume of cargo loaded onto the ship.
A form of payment for sea transportation of cargo, or the use of a ship for a certain period of time. Freight payment is determined by the volume of cargo delivered to the destination
or by the volume of cargo loaded onto the ship.
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Traffic. 

In 2002, Mr. Drachev was appointed as the head of the Department of Transportation Management of the Ministry of Transportation, and from 2005 until 2006 he served as the first deputy head of Sverdlovsk Railway.

Pavel Chichagov
Deputy General Director,
member of the Executive Board

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Pavel Chichagov has been our Deputy CEO for Business Development since 2006.

He graduated from Gorky State University in 1975 with a degree in radio-physics, and graduated from the Finance Academy of the Russian Government in 1998, with a degree in banking. 

In 2002 he received a ph.d. degree in economics. In 2007, he received an MBA degree from the Academy of the National Economy of the Russian Government. In 2008, Mr. Chichagov also received a degree in corporate governance from the Higher School of Economics.  

He began his career in 1975 as an engineer with the Gorky Science and Research Radiophysics Institute, after which he worked at the Institute of Applied Physics of the Academy of Sciences (Nizhniy Novgorod) first as an engineer, then as a junior scientist, and finally as a scientist.

Between 1994 and 1997, he held the position of the Head of the Nizhniy Novgorod branch of the Center for Economic and Political Research. 

In 1997, he was a consultant for the Ministry of Transportation, and then, until 2003, held the position of the Head of Railway Transportation Reforms Department of the Ministry of Transportation. 

From 2003 to 2006, he was the Head of the Department of Corporate Structuring and Reform at Russian Railways.

Victor Shekshuev
Deputy General Director,
member of the Executive Board

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Victor was appointed as our Deputy CEO for Operations in 2008. He graduated from Moscow State University of Railways in 1998 majoring in the organisation of transportation and management of railways. 

In 2001, he completed a professional training course in management at the Russian Railway Academy and, in 2006, completed a training course in management and competitive strategy (developed by the Harvard Business School) at Moscow Financial and Economic Institute.

Mr. Shekshuev began his career at Moscow railways in 1984. Between 1994 and 1998, he held various positions at Moskva-Passazhirskaya-Kurskaya and Moskva-Tovarnaya-Kurskaya rail stations. 

Between 1998 and 2004, he was the Station Master of Directors and Senior Management at Moskva-Passazhirskaya-Kurskaya station. 

In 2004, he became a deputy CEO of TransContainer (then a branch of Russian Railways). In 2006, he became our Deputy CEO for Economics, and in 2008, was promoted to his current position.

Victor Markov
Deputy General Director - Director for Legal Issues,
member of the Executive Board

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Victor graduated from the Gubkin State Academy of Oil and Gas, majoring in Law in 1998. He started working in the Department of Legal Due Diligence and Preparation of Legal Acts of the Legal Administration of the Russian Ministry of Railway Transport. From 1995 to 2000, he worked his way up from a leading expert to become Deputy Head of Department.

In 2000, he became Head of the Department of Legal Support for Relations with the Federal Assembly and reforms of the railway transportation of the Legal Directorate of the Russian Ministry of Railway Transport. 

From 2002 to 2003, he was Deputy Head of the Legal Directorate of the Russian Ministry of Railway Transport, Head of the Department of Legal Support for relations with the Federal Assembly and reforms of railway transportation.

From 2003 to 2006, Victor held the position of First Deputy Head of the Legal Directorate of OJSC RZD, and since June 2006 he has worked as our Director of Legal Issues.

Konstantin Kalmykov
Deputy General Director, CFO

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He was born in 1979. In 2001, he graduated from the Moscow State University of Railway Engineering, major in "Accounting and Audit". In 2001-2003, he worked as the accountant, and then as the Senior Accountant of the Department for organization of 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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cargo transportation of the Moscow Railway.

In 2003, he was appointed as the Senior Accountant of the branch of the Government-owned Company "Centre for cargo container traffic of the Ministry of Railways of the Russian Federation".

In 2003-2004, he held the position of the Chief Accountant of the territorial division of the branch of JSC RZD, Trans­Container, on the North-Caucasian Railway. In 2004-2006, he worked as the Chief Accountant of the Centre for cargo container traffic "TransContainer", the branch of JSC RZD. Since 2006, he held the position of the Chief Accountant of PJSC Trans­Container.

Alexander Stasevich
Director fot Strategy and Investment

Sergey Limarenko
Director for Economics

Sergey has been our Director for Economics since 2016.

Between 2008 and 2015 he held a position of our Deputy CFO.

Sergey graduated cum laude from the Moscow State University in 2002.

In 2005 he received a PhD in mathematics and became an associate professor in Moscow State University.

He also trained at the Bielefeld University, Germany.

Between 2005 and 2008 Sergey worked in OJSC Bank of Moscow

where he was responsible for syndicated lending.

Victor Zhukov
Director for International Cooperation

Victor Ivanovich was born in 1959. In 1982, he graduated from the Novosibirsk Institute of Railway Engineers, major in "railway operation". In 1981-1983, he worked in the 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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department at the station Novosibirsk-Vostochny of the Novosibirsk City A form of payment for sea transportation of cargo, or the use of a ship for a certain period of time. Freight payment is determined by the volume of cargo delivered to the destination
or by the volume of cargo loaded onto the ship.
A form of payment for sea transportation of cargo, or the use of a ship for a certain period of time. Freight payment is determined by the volume of cargo delivered to the destination
or by the volume of cargo loaded onto the ship.
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Station on the West-Siberian Railway.

In 1983-1988, he held the position of the Head of the 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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department at Kleschiha station, then - the Deputy Head of the Novosibirsk City Freight Station. In 1988-1997, he worked as the Deputy Head and the Head of the Department of freight and commercial work of the Novosibirsk Branch of the West-Siberian Railway, after that he was appointed as the First Deputy Head of the Centre for Corporate Transport Service of the West-Siberian Railway.

In 1999-2000 - Executive Director of TransFin LLC in Novosibirsk, in 2000-2001 - Head of the Service for Freight and Commercial Work of the West-Siberian Railway. In 2001-2003, he worked in the "Centre for Corporate Transport Service of the Ministry of Railways of the Russian Federation" as the Deputy CEO, Chief Technologist and Deputy Chief Engineer.

In 2003, he held the position of First Deputy Head of PI "Center for cargo container traffic of the Ministry of Railways of the Russian Federation", and then the position of First Deputy Director of the Center for cargo container traffic "TransContainer" - the branch of OJSC Russian Railways. He worked as the Acting Director of the branch for some time. Since 2006, he worked as Director for marketing and tariff policy of PJSC TransContainer.

Alexander Urudzhev
Director for Transportation Management

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Alexander graduated from Moscow State University of Railways, majoring in Organization of Transportation and Management in Railways in 1996. 

In 2006, he re-trained at the Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation, on a program of Corporate Management in Railway Transportation.

He started working in 1996, at the station of Perovo of the Moscow Railway, where he worked until 1997 as duty officer and station dispatcher. 

From 1997 to 1998, he worked as Deputy Station Master of Moscow-II-Mitkovo station of the Moscow Railway, afterwards returning to the station of Perovo where, until 2002, he held the positions of Deputy Station Master, then Chief Engineer and finally Station Master.

From 2002 to 2003, Alexander worked as Deputy Head of the Moscow-Ryazan branch of Moscow Railway and Head of the Transportation Department. From 2003 to 2004, he worked as the Head of the Operations Department of the Centre for the Transport of Goods in Containers (TransContainer), a subsidiary of OJSC RZD. Then from 2004 to 2006 he worked as Deputy Director of the Centre for the Transport of Goods in Containers (TransContainer), and Head of the Operations Department. In July 2006, he became our Deputy Director for Operations.

Sergey Tebenkov
Director for Equipment Operation

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Sergey graduated from Urals Electromechanical Institute of Railway Transportation Engineers in 1986, majoring in Process Management in Railway Transportation. 

In 1999, he retrained at the Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation, under the program of Government Management in Railway Transportation.

He started working in 1980, after service in the Soviet Army. Until 1987, he worked as a shunter and shunting dispatcher at Smychka station of the Sverdlovsk Railway, after which he worked as Deputy Station Master at the station of Nizhni Tagil until 1989. 

In 1989, he transferred to Smychka station of the Sverdlovsk Railway, where he worked as Deputy Station Master for cargo until 1990.

From 1994 to 2001 he held the positions of Chief Engineer, and later Head of Cargo and Commercial Operations of the Sverdlovsk Railway. 

From 2001 to 2003, he worked as Deputy Head of the Department of Cargo and Commercial Work at the Russian Ministry of Railway Transport. 

In 2003, he became Deputy Head of the Centre for the Transport of Goods in Containers (TransContainer) of the Russian Ministry of Railway Transport, after which he worked as Deputy Director of the Centre for the Transport of Goods in Containers (TransContainer), a subsidiary of OJSC RZD, in charge of operating activities.

He was appointed as our Director for Operations in July 2006 and as Technical Director in October 2006.

Andrey Zhemchugov
First Deputy CFO

Andrey has been the head of our Capital Markets and Investor Relations department since 2007. He graduated cum laude from the Moscow State University in 1994 with a degree in economics. In 1998, he received a PhD in economics from the Institute of USA and Canada of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Between 1996 and 2001, Andrey held a number of positions with Russian banks where he supervised corporate finance projects and capital market transactions. 

From 2001 to 2005, he worked for OJSC Bank of Moscow, first as the Deputy Head and then, as the Head of Capital Markets Department, where he was responsible for syndicated lending and international debt capital markets transactions. 

In 2005, he was appointed as an advisor to the president of ALROSA, responsible for investor relations and capital markets transactions.

Roman Veselov
IT Director

Roman has occupied the position since 2015. He was born in 1981 in Leningrad. In 2003, he graduated from the St. Petersburg State University of Railway Engineering with a degree in Organization and Management of Transportation (Railways).

He began his career in 2003 as person on duty at the A stopping point for trains. Railway stations are called operation points because they divide the track into sections, or station-to-station blocks. Major modern stations house different equipment to help locomotives and cars function normally – engine houses, repair houses, car-washing equipment and servicing points. Marshalling yards and loading stations equipped with loading and container sites, with weight-handling equipment and warehouses, are also involved in freight haulage.
A stopping point for trains. Railway stations are called operation points because they divide the track into sections, or station-to-station blocks. Major modern stations house different equipment to help locomotives and cars function normally – engine houses, repair houses, car-washing equipment and servicing points. Marshalling yards and loading stations equipped with loading and container sites, with weight-handling equipment and warehouses, are also involved in freight haulage.
railway station
Dacha Dolgorukova St. Petersburg branch of the October railway. Since 2006, he served as chief engineer, chief of the operational work, deputy director for the organization of transport, deputy director for commerce, director of the branch of PJSC TransContainer in the October Railway.

Igor Obrubov
Principal Engineer

Igor graduated from Moscow State University of Railways in 1996, majoring in Organisation of Transportation and Management in Railways. 

From 1996 to 2005, he worked as Head of Passenger Terminal Station, then as Deputy Head of Passenger Service, then as Deputy Head of Passenger Direction of Gorkovskaya Railway.

From 2004 to 2006, he worked as Head of Line Maintenance Department of the Gorkovskaya Railway Regional Unit of the TransContainer branch of JSC Russian Railways, later transformed into the Gorkovskaya Railway branch of TransContainer.

In 2006, Igor was appointed Head of Engineering Department of TransContainer, then in 2011 – Principal Engineer of TransContainer.

Maria Usenko
Chief Accountant

She was born in 1979 in Irkutsk. She graduated in 2001 from Irkutsk Institute of Railway Engineers, major in "Company Economics and Management (railway transport)". In 2004, she obtained additional education in the Baikal State University of Economics and Law, major in "Finance and Credit."

In 2000-2004, she worked as the economist and accountant at the station Irkutsk-Sortirovochny of the East-Siberian Railway - the branch of JSC Russian Railways.

In 2004-2006, she held the position of the Chief Accountant of the territorial division of the branch of JSC RZD, TransContainer, on the East-Siberian Railway. In 2006, she was appointed to the post of the Chief Accountant of the branch of PJSC TransContainer at the East-Siberian Railway. In 2006-2007 - Head of Tax Accounting Sector of the Accounting Department of PJSC TransContainer.

Since 2007 - Deputy Chief Accountant of PJSC TransContainer.

Dmitry Komissarov
Tax Administration Director

He was born in 1979. In 2001, he graduated from the Moscow State University of Railway Engineering with major in "Finance and Credit". In 2001-2004, he worked as the accountant, then, as the Head of Sector of Financial Service of the Moscow Railway. In 2004-2008, he held various senior positions in the Department of Tax Policy and Methodology of Taxation of the Accounting Service of JSC RZD. In April 2008, he was appointed as the Head of Taxation Department of JSC TransContainer. Since September 2009, he holds the position of Deputy Chief Accountant of PJSC TransContainer.

Yuri Sukmanov
Director of Logistics

He was born in 1978. In 2000, he graduated from Saratov State Socio-Economic University. PhD in Economics.

1998-2001 - Chief Accountant of LLC PRS Zheldortorg.

2001-2003 - Deputy Director for Financial Issues - Chief Accountant of the Road Centre for Working Supply on Privolzhskaya Railway.

2003-2007 - Deputy Director for Financial Issues - First Deputy Director of the branch of JSC TransContainer on Privolzhskaya Railway.

Since August 2011, he works as Vice-President of JSC Kedentransservice and the Advisor to the Director General of PJSC TransContainer.

Alexander Lyubimsky
Director for Integration of Logistics Projects

He was born in 1960, in 1982, he graduated from the Leningrad Institute of the Railway Transport Engineers. He began his career in the company CJSC "ILIM PULP ENTERPRISE". Since 2003, he worked as the Deputy Director General, and then, as Director General of CJSC FinTrans.

In 2008-2015 - Managing Director of 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.
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.
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of OJSC "Ilim Group". Since February 2016, Advisor to Director General of PJSC TransContainer.

Alexander Podylov
Director for Sales and Business Development

Alexander Valerievich was born in 1981 in Moscow. In 2003, he graduated from the International Independent Ecological-Political University, major in "Management", and in 2011, he graduated with honors from the Russian Foreign Trade Academy, major in "International Economics". In 2006-2007, he studied at the Cranfield School of Management (Cranfield, UK) and in the Management Centre Europe (Brussels, Belgium), where he studied the supply chain management, finance and marketing. In 2004-2009, he held various positions in the CJSC Maersk and CJSC DHL International. Since December 2009, Deputy Director in Sales and Commerce of PJSC TransContainer.

Maxim Stovba
Director in Organisational Development and Human Resources Management

He was born in 1983. In 2005, he graduated with honours from the Moscow State University of Railway Engineering with major in "Business Management". In 2008-2009, he passed training in AFW Wirtschaftsakademie Bad Harzburg and in TÜV Academy (Germany), where he studied the project management and the quality management system's application practice. In 2015, he was awarded with MBA degree in "Strategic 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.
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.
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and Business Analytics" in the International Center of Training in Logistics of NRI "Higher School of Economics".

In 2006-2007, he worked as the 1st category specialist, the leading engineer in the Department of Strategic Development of the Central Direction for A form of payment for sea transportation of cargo, or the use of a ship for a certain period of time. Freight payment is determined by the volume of cargo delivered to the destination
or by the volume of cargo loaded onto the ship.
A form of payment for sea transportation of cargo, or the use of a ship for a certain period of time. Freight payment is determined by the volume of cargo delivered to the destination
or by the volume of cargo loaded onto the ship.
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Car Repair - the branch of JSC RZD. In 2007-2008 - the Leading Specialist, the Chief Specialist of the Department of Corporate Development of PJSC TransContainer. In 2008, he was appointed to the position of the Head of Sector of Quality Management of PJSC TransContainer.

Since 2013, he held the position of the Head of Department of process management and organizational development of PJSC TransContainer. 

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