PJSC TransContainer (Moody’s Ba3, Fitch BB+, ruAA+ RAEX) is the leading intermodal container transportation company in Russia. The Company’s accounted for approximately 42% of Russia’s rail container transportation market1 and about 17.6% of the rail-sidecontainer terminal handling2 market in Russia3.
TransContainer owns 38 rail-side container terminals in major cargo formation centers in Russia. The Company also owns and operates terminals through its subsidiaries and JVs: one terminal in Slovakia located on the border of Slovakia and Ukraine, three terminals in Russia, JSC KedenTransService («KedenTransService», or «KDTS»), operates 19 inland rail-side terminals in Kazakhstan. Moreover TransContainer is the largest in Russia, the CIS and the Baltic states owner of specialized rolling stock — it operates more than 27,000 railcars and about 74,000 ISO containers.
PJSC TransContainer was registered on 4 March 2006 on the basis of RZD subsidiary — Centre for the Transport of Goods in Containers. The Company started to operate from 1 July 2006.
Company’s major shareholder with 50% +2 shares is United Transportation andLogisticsCompany, established by Russian Railways, Belorussian Railway and Kazakhstan Temir Zholy, Bank VTB (PAO) — 24.84%, Enisei Capital Ltd. — 24.74%. The rest of shares forms Company’s free float.
TransContainer is listed on the Moscow Exchange MICEX-RTS (shares and GDRs) and on LSE (GDRs).
TransContainer’s sales network comprises 92 sales outlets in Russia, along with additional outlets across the CIS, Europe and Asia.
For 06 months of 2019, PJSC TransContainer transported 954,000 TEU by its railcar fleet and handled 691,000 TEU via its terminals in Russia. For the first six months of 2019 the TransContainer Group had Revenue under IFRS of RUB 41.5 billion (+ 17.4 % YoY) and Net Income of RUB 6.1 billion.
1 - Based on rail container transportation volumes, by TEU transported by Company’s assets
2 - Based on handling volumes by Company’s — owned terminals and it’s subsidiaries
3 - unless otherwise specified all data on this page on 30 June 2019