Delegates from 10 countries will attend the Baltic Transport Forum in a week

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On September 11-12, 2019, in Kaliningrad, the 11th International Baltic Transport Forum will bring together representatives of the professional community from ten countries.

A week remains before the start of the forum. Delegations from Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Belarus, Germany, Norway, Poland, Kazakhstan, China are going to be in Kaliningrad on September 11-12 to take part in the 11th Baltic Transport Forum and expand business contacts.

Natalia Kapkaeva, Head of the Representative Office of the Port of Hamburg (Germany) in the Russian Federation and BTF-2019 speaker, notes: "Within the framework of the International Baltic Forum, we will tell more detail about the work of the Port of Hamburg not only as a port but also as an industrial centre, as well as plans and directions for further development that affect including the Baltic Sea region and work with the Russian Federation. I am glad to have the opportunity to meet directly with colleagues participating in the forum, and I hope for a fruitful discussion and numerous issues that will allow us to raise and discuss important topics for the region's economy and the transport and logistics industry."

Saulius Stasyunas, Director of the business development department of LG CARGO (Lithuanian Railways) and a regular participant in the forum, confirms that "the Baltic Transport Forum is a good platform for discussing regional development trends, transporting goods, presenting their services, finding new customers."

Carl Johan Hatteland, Adviser business development of Port of Oslo, expects the Baltic Transport Forum to help the port "in the understanding of the Baltic region." Mr Hatteland himself will be happy to share the company's experience with the BTF-2019 delegates.
"Professional forums primarily bring people together, making it possible to focus and develop these relations in the future," the representative of the Oslo port is convinced.

Among the speakers of the 11th International Baltic Transport Forum also:
Elena Dyatlova, Minister of Infrastructure Development, Kaliningrad Region
Victor Golomolzin, Head of the Kaliningrad Railway - branch of Russian Railways
Eriks Schmuksts, Member of the Board, Vice President of the Latvian Railway
Andrey Moshkov, Deputy Director of the North-Western Basin Branch of FSUE "Rosmorport" - Head of the Kaliningrad Department
Sergey Abrosimov, Head of the Kaliningrad Regional Customs
Sergey Sokolov, Advisor, Department of Customs Operations and Customs Control, Department of Customs Legislation and Law Enforcement Practice, Eurasian Economic Commission
Leonid Stepanyuk, vice president of DSV Transport, member of the Public Council under the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, deputy of the Kaliningrad Regional Duma
Vladas Ambrozevicius, Head of Tariffs Department, Business Development Department of LG CARGO AS (Lithuanian State Railway Company for the Carriage of Goods)
Alexander Yanchevsky, First Deputy General Director of the BELINTERTRANS Transport and Logistics Center
Andrey Krainy, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, State Secretary of the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB)
Andrey Tolmachev, General Director of the Corporation for the Development of the Kaliningrad Region
Andrei Erofeev, Head of the Department of Administrative Personnel and Legal Support, Federal Agency for Railway Transport of the North-Western Territorial Administration
Andrey Panin, chief specialist of the development of transport and logistics systems of the Office of project financing of the Rostransmodernization
Alexey Fedyanin, representative of UK "SODRUGESTVO"
Vitaliy Chernov, chief editor of the PORTNEWS.RU, etc.

Among are the participants of the Baltic Transport Forum:
Uralkali, Apatit, Granite, PCC Trade & Services GmbH, Rosmorport, Kaliningrad Commercial Sea Port, Port of Hamburg Marketing E.V. (Germany) in the Russian Federation, Klaipeda State Seaport Authority, Freeport of Riga, Port of Oslo, Baltic Stevedoring Company, Kaliningrad Railway - a branch of Russian Railways, LG CARGO of the Lithuanian Railways, Eesti Raudtee (Estonian Railways), Belintertrans, First Freight Company, Federal Freight Company, Novotrans Cargo Company, 1520 Signal Ltd, ELTEZA, Stena Line, Baltic Shipping, Bertling Kazakh Logistics, Eurasian Economic Commission, Eurasian Development Bank (EDB), VEB.RF, Sberbank, and many others.
Major events are scheduled for September 11th. The business part of the program will be held in the business centre "Na Ostrove", and after the conference, an evening reception will be held - a gala dinner.

On the second day, September 12, the forum delegates will have a professional tour with a visit to the production and logistics complex of the terminal of Sodrugestvo.
The manager of the terminal will personally conduct a tour for the delegates of the forum, and they will be able in real-time to observe the activities of the complex, learn about all its capabilities, as well as about the technical solutions that are implemented here.

After that, the forum participants will go on a city tour and, if desired, will be able to hear the famous die Orgeln des Königsberger Doms in the Kaliningrad Cathedral - one of the best organs in Russia and Europe.
We invite you to take part in the
11th International Baltic Transport Forum!


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