Today, on the eve of the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok PJSC "TransContainer" and LLC "LORUS BSC Em" signed an agreement on strategic cooperation.
The agreement, aimed at developing long-term cooperation in the field of transport and logistics business, was signed by Director General PJSC "TransContainer" Petr Baskakov and General Director of "BSC LORUS Em" Nikolai Sobolev.
Companies interested in establishing long-term partnerships that provide for the development and implementation of new logistic schemes of cargo delivery from the Asia-Pacific region in the central regions of Russia and back.
"Improving the competitiveness of container traffic due not only to the price performance, but also, first and foremost, to improve the quality of customer service and convenience of transport. We are confident that the cooperation with "BSC LORUS Em" will allow us to develop tailor-made logistics solutions, technology and joint projects for transport users. This is fully in line with the Company's strategy including to strengthen the position of PJSC "TransContainer" in perspective Far East region ", - said Petr Baskakov.
Today's agreement will enable the automotive industry to offer customers high-quality logistics services with minimum terms of delivery.
In addition, the parties will consider the possibility of implementing joint projects in the field of transport and warehouse logistics, terminal handling of cargo, as well as supply chain planning in Russia for optimal transportation facilities meet the needs of the automotive and other industries and trade.
According to Nikolai Sobolev, "concluded a strategic alliance with the recognized leader in the field of container transport - company" TransContainer "will offer our customers comprehensive service solutions for processing and shipment of goods to optimize logistics costs and open new opportunities for business growth. We hope that the new logistics products, which will be created in partnership with the PJSC "TransContainer" will become an attractive alternative to existing routes of delivery of cargo from the Asia-Pacific region in Russia. "