Business Partners

Strategic Partner
Delo Group
Delo Group is Russian transportation and logistics holding, operating its own fleet and managing sea container terminals in the Azov-Black Sea, Baltic and Far Eastern basins, a network of railway container terminals, a fleet of containers and fitting platforms. The parent company of the Group is Delo Management Company.

The Group's stevedoring business includes DeloPorts holding and Global Ports, a leading container terminal operator. The transport and logistics business of the Group is made up of the multimodal transport operator RUSCON and the intermodal container operator TransContainer. The shipping business is represented by the Sakhalin Shipping Company (SASCO), is one of the biggest Russian shipping companies.

General Partner

Novosibirskavtodor is a Group of Companies that provides a wide range of road and utility infrastructure services including engineering, development, repair and maintenance(JSC "Novosibirsk Avtodor", LLC "Rosinstalproekt", LLC "Technodor", LLC "Technadzor"). Nowadays we covers 21 regions of Russian Federation. We are one of the leading road development companies that uses cement concrete pavement from the Ural to the Far East. Novosibirskavtodor held a position of leadership in implementing automated systems of project management in road development on the territory of the Russian Federation.

General Partner
Russian Maritime Register of Shipping
General Partner
General Partner

Bamtonnelstroy-Most Group of Companies (BTS-MOST Group) is the largest enterprise in Russia specializing in construction of tunnels, large and small bridges, railways and highways, ports, berths, hydraulic facilities and airport runways.

The history of the Group of Companies began with the construction of all ten tunnels of the Baikal-Amur Mainline, among which was the Severomuysky Tunnel, the longest in Russia (15,343 m long) and the most difficult in terms of tunnel boring in the world. Over nearly half a century of BTS-MOST Group’s existence, its specialists have built and put into operation more than 2,800 infrastructure facilities across the territory of Russia, including:

  • bridge crossing to Russky Island across the Eastern Bosphorus Strait for the 2012 APEC Summit in Vladivostok;
  • facilities of the Sea Port of Sabetta;
  • combined motor and railway road ’Adler — Alpika-Service’ for the 2014 Olympics in the city of Sochi;
  • metro in Moscow, Novosibirsk and other cities of Russia and the CIS;
  • modernization of the railway infrastructure on Sakhalin Island by changing the Japanese standard gauge to the Russian gauge;
  • new Baikal Tunnel on the BAM;
  • Blagoveshchensk — Heihe Bridge, the first cross-border highway bridge across the Amur River between Russia and China;
  • and many other facilities.

Today, BTS-Most Group is a dynamically developing enterprise well-adapted to solving the most challenging tasks in the sphere of infrastructure facilities construction.

General Partner
JSC Stroytransgaz

JSC Stroytransgaz is one of the largest construction companies in Russia. Since 1991, the Group’s companies have completed more than 200 projects in Russia and the world. Strategic areas of activity are related to the design, reconstruction and construction of energy facilities, oil and gas, petrochemical and other industrial sectors, transport and civil infrastructure, including sports facilities. Stroytransgaz JSC has been actively developing road transport construction since 2011. Having completed a large number of projects in this area, STG has achieved a reputation as a reliable general contractor who has the competence to build all types of transport infrastructure facilities: highways, road interchanges, bridges and tunnels, overpasses, etc.
Among the landmark projects of JSC «STG» in this area:
— design, engineering and construction of the first section of the M-12 highway «Moscow—Nizhny Novgorod—Kazan expressway under construction»;
— reconstruction of the airport on the Solovetsky Islands;
construction of a complex of coastal and marine infrastructure in Gelendzhik, including a yacht marina, etc.;
— development of the road transport infrastructure of the Magadan region;
— reconstruction and construction of road facilities in the Perm Region, including the construction of a new bridge over the Chusovaya River;
— construction of the bridge crossing «Frunzensky» in Samara, etc.

Gala Dinner Official Partner
Rosmorport is a strategically important, systemic enterprise of the Russian port industry, the owner of the largest diesel-icebreaking fleet in the world.

Rosmorport was established by a Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation in 2003 to provide stable development of the country’s seaports and efficient management of federal property. One of the key tasks of Rosmorport is to ensure the safety of navigation in the waters of seaports and on approaches to them by creating innovative infrastructure of the seaports.

The Enterprise is a customer for 22 projects for the construction and reconstruction of port facilities under the Complex plan for modernization and development of infrastructure. Due to this, the capacity of the ports will grow by more than 263 million tons by 2030. Until this year Rosmorport will invest more than 19 billion rubles own funds for the development of the port infrastructure.

According to the results of 2021, Rosmorport became the winner of the Rosmorrechflot competition called Industry Leader in the nominations Organization Providing Services in Navigation (sea/river) and Subject of Transport Infrastructure in Transport Security.

Rosmorport has 14 branches and provides services in 59 of the 61 Russian Federation seaports. The enterprise’s fleet consists of 269 vessels for various purposes, including 36 diesel-electric icebreakers and icebreaking tugs that perform icebreaking operations all year round. The total number of employees — more than 8,5 thousand people.

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Official Sponsor
State Transport Leasing Company (GTLK) is the largest leasing company in Russia. GTLK is an instrument of state management policy and sustainable development of the transport industry in Russia. GTLK ensures the implementation of state support for the transport industry, the formation of an effective infrastructure, the off-budget fundraising, the development of Russian engineering industry, as well as digital transformation and building the operational efficiency of the company.

Construction investment holding «Avtoban» is one of the three largest Russian road construction companies and a long—term general contractor of the Federal Road Agency (Rosavtodor) and the state company «Avtodor». The key activities of the holding are design, engineering, road construction, road maintenance and investments in public—private partnership projects.
9500 employees of the holding are building roads on the territory of 15 states in 5 federal districts of Russia. The occupied market share is more than 11%.
«Avtoban» is an active player on the PPP projects market. The holding invests its own funds in investment projects and also attracts long-term borrowed funds. A highly professional project office specialists organize concessions in its entirety — starting from an investment idea to the exploitation of the constructed object.
The largest implemented projects of the holding are: New construction and reconstruction on the federal highways TSKAD-3, TSKAD-4, M-1 «Belarus», M-3 «Ukraine», M-4 «Don», M-5 «Ural», M-7 «Volga», M-8 «Kholmogory», M-11 «Moscow-St. Petersburg». The key current projects are the bypass of Tolyatti with a bridge crossing over the Volga, the fourth and the sixth stages of the M-12 Moscow-Kazan expressway.

Avtodor Engineering
Forum Session Partner
"Russian Highways" State Company

"Russian Highways" State Company implies that cities are becoming closer and routes are getting shorter with us. Our mission is to provide fast, safe and comfortable travel for all our highway users, as well as linking regions, taking care of the environment and reducing state costs.

"Russian Highways" State Company was established in order to build and develop a national high-speed highways infrastructure and attract private investment in the road sector, to promote new markets and economic activities in the Russian Federation.

There are more than 4091 km of high-speed highways under trust management: M-1 "Belarus", M-3 "Ukraine", M-4 "Don", M-11 "Neva", A-113 Central Ring Road, A-105 access road from Moscow to Domodedovo airport, A-107 Moscow Small Ring Road. A project for the construction of the new M-12 Moscow-Kazan highway is currently running. The length of toll sections is 1,953 km.

Forum Session Partner
Sheremetyevo International Airport JSC
Sheremetyevo International Airport is the largest Russian airport, the best airport in Europe in terms of service quality and one of the world leaders in punctuality.

The SIA infrastructure includes three runways that provide the airfield with an annual capacity of 110 million passengers and six passenger terminals with a total area of more than 570 thousand square meters.

In the context of extensive restrictions in the field of international air transportation, Sheremetyevo airport continues to operate sustainably to ensure the smooth functioning of the transport system. SIA has implemented a set of measures to maintain the company’s production potential, provide social support to staff, support to airlines and develop domestic tourism.

Sheremetyevo airport is the flagship of the transport industry in terms of development and implementation of innovations. SIA’s own development is a unique Digital Process Management Ecosystem that allows efficient and more operative aircraft maintenance, resource optimization and cost reduction for the airport and airlines.

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JSC Vostochny Port

JSC Vostochny Port in Vrangel Bay (Primorsky Region) is the largest specialized coal port in Russia. The company supports 12% of Russia's sea exports and 24% of the cargo turnover of ports in the Far East. In Primorsky region this is the only terminal capable to handle capesize vessels up to 180 th. tons. The main consignees of the port are the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.

JSC Vostochny Port uses its own developments and equipment from the leading manufacturers. High capacity and speed of cargo handling are achieved due to the most modern equipment used at all stages of coal shipment.

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JSC "VAD" is the largest road-building organization in the North-Western region of the Russian Federation. The company performs all types of work during the construction, reconstruction, capital and current repairs of highways of all technical categories. General contractor for the construction of a number of major infrastructure projects of federal and regional significance. Specialists of JSC "VAD" in the Republic of Karelia, the Republic of Crimea, Perm Krai, Kaliningrad, Vologda, Arkhangelsk, Leningrad, Murmansk, Pskov, Kostroma and Yaroslavl regions, federal cities of St. Petersburg and Sevastopol have built and repaired thousands of kilometers of roads in accordance with European quality standards.

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Joint stock company "United Transport and Logistics Company – Eurasian Rail Alliance” (JSC UTLC ERA) provides services for transportation of containers by regular container block trains on the route China-Europe-China through the territories of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus.

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Novotrans Group of Companies

NOVOTRANS Group of Companies is a Russian transport holding, which brings together 29 companies in different regions of Russia and the CIS.

NOVOTRANS is recognized among top ten operators and wagon-repair business leaders, and it is also among the leaders of investment efficiency in Russia. 

NOVOTRANS LLC Freight Company is one of the biggest Russian railways rolling stock operators in Russia and the CIS. Total freight stock counts more than 24 thousand units. 

The Group possesses its own repairment facilities, which include 5 high-tech manufactures in Moscow Region, Irkutsk and Kemerovo Regions and in the Altai and Leningrad Regions. NOVOTRANS share in the Russian wagon repairment market is 25 %. 

As the agent of Federal State Unitary Enterpise “ROSMORPORT”, NOVOTRANS Stevedore Company develops the ferry complex in Ust-Luga port, providing a strategically important communication with Kaliningrad Region.  

In the seaport of Ust-Luga (Leningrad Region), NOVOTRANS is constructing Russia’s largest multipurpose terminal LUGAPORT with a cargo turnover of 24.3 million tons a year. The terminal is planned to commission and reach its design capacity in 2024.

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Otkritie Bank
Otkritie Bank is on the list of strategic financial institutions approved by the Bank of Russia.
The CBR interest in the shares of Otkritie amounts to 100%.

Otkritie develops all the main business areas of a classical universal bank: Corporate Banking, Investment Banking, Retail Banking, SME and Private Banking. The Bank’s subsidiaries hold leading positions in financial market’s key segments: Rosgosstrakh and Rosgosstrakh Life insurance companies, Otkritie Investments (a brand that includes products of a brokerage company and Otkritie Management Company), NPF Otkritie private pension fund and OOO Otkritie Factoring and etc.

The Bank ranks among Top 10 by assets in the country. The Bank’s reliability is confirmed by the ratings assigned by the Russian agencies ACRA (AA(RU)), Expert RA (ruAA) and NKR (AA+.ru).
The regional network includes 409 client offices in 73 regions of the country.

Otkritie is the first bank to sign an agreement with the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation on participation in a program to support strategic organizations of the transport complex.
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Sovcomflot is the largest shipping company in Russia and a leader in seaborne transportation of crude oil, petroleum products, and liquefied gas, as well as the servicing of offshore energy projects. 

The Company specialises in shipping within harsh environments and has extensive experience of safely operating in the Arctic and the Russian Far East.

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Russian Classification Society

The Federal Autonomous Institution "Russian Classification Society" is a national body for classification and survey of sea-going ships and combined (river-sea) navigation ships. Conformity assessment of containers, materials, products and equipment for shipbuilding and ship repair is also within our professional competence.

Our 15 Branch Offices cover not only the entire territory of the Russian Federation, but also have a successful experience in providing services outside of our country.

Since 1913, we have been keeping the best traditions of the Russian River Register and continue to work under the new brand in order to ensure the technical safety of navigation.

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MORSVIAZSPUTNIK is a national operator of Inmarsat mobile satellite communication system, a distribution partner of the leading equipment producers and satellite communication services providers. Morsviazsputnik participates in the activities of the following organizations: IMO, ITU, ICAO, COSPAS-SARSAT Programme and other organizations.

Since its incorporation in 1976, Morsviazsputnik has grown into a unique telecom operator that works not only in mobile satellite communications industry but also is approaching a global fiber optic market as the appointed operator of the “Polar Express” project, the transarctic submarine fiber optic cable line from Murmansk to Vladivostok along the North Sea Route.

Being a part of the Federal Agency of Marine and River Transport (Rosmorrechflot) Morsviazsputnik implements a number of state and national projects.

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TMH Group

TMH Group is the largest rolling stock manufacturer in Russia & CIS and ranks No.5 globally. The company offers a fully integrated manufacturing and service package from developing rolling stock to life cycle maintenance and digital technologies.

The company employs over 85,000 people across 23 industrial and heavy repair sites and more than 90 depots worldwide. We supply locomotives, metro cars, EMUs, DMUs, passenger coaches and freight cars, energy systems and components to 30 countries and maintain over 23,000 rolling stock units throughout the 40-year lifecycle daily.

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Smart Construction
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Irmast Holding
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Zashita InfoTrans