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Engineering design and construction of marine structures in Arctic

Engineering design and construction of marine structures in Arctic

Sergey Semenov told about engineering design of marine structures in Arctic at the 10th Annual Russia Offshore Conference, which took place in Moscow at 3-4 of March.

The Russian market keeps growing. Tendencies in the car logistics sector of the RF

The Russian market keeps growing. Tendencies in the car logistics sector of the RF

Article of Olga Gopkalo and Alexander Goloviznin in Baltic Transport Journal  4/2013

In terms of new passenger car sales, Russia takes second place in Europe (following Germany) and seventh in the world (between India and France). According to forecasts published by BDW Automotive, by 2014 Russia will become the largest car market in Europe.

Mikhail Nikolayevsky: “It would be nice to have some salt wind and romance of the sea”

Mikhail Nikolayevsky: “It would be nice to have some salt wind and romance of the sea”

Ust-Luga Cup 2014 starts on June 1, 2014, in Stockholm and finishes on June 11 in Saint-Petersburg. The list of participants has been expanded this year with some new teams including the crew of the design institute Morstroytechnology. The coming Regatta was the subject of the interview with Mikhail Nikolayevsky, Director General of Morstroytechnology LLC.

Ports Russie: identifier les besoins en nouveau aux terminaux charbonniers

Ports Russie: identifier les besoins en nouveau aux terminaux charbonniers

The growing export of Russian coal is impeded by the deficit of port cargo handling capacities on the most demanded directions. At the same time, the intensity of investments in terminal infrastructure depends on a variety of factors, some of which are extremely important, while not obvious without a deep, professional analysis.

New stage of the railway carriage of oil

New stage of the railway carriage of oil

interview with Sofya Katkova in Baltic Transport Journal

"Where are new terminals needed?" - Article of Morstroytechnology expert Olga Gopkalo in Baltic Transport Journal

The growing export of Russian coal is impeded by the deficit of port cargo handling capacities on the most demanded directions. At the same time, the intensity of investments in terminal infrastructure depends on a variety of factors, some of which are extremely important, while not obvious without a deep, professional analysis.