On 21-24 September 2021, Saint-Petersburg will host NEVA 2021, the 16th international exhibition and conference on civil shipbuilding, port activities and shelf development. Volga Shipping Company JSC has traditionally been an exhibitor at NEVA taking an active part in the industry’s major event.
This year, parallel to the activities of the NEVA 2021 exhibition, Volga Shipping Company is going to offer an extensive business programme focused on the strategy for domestic shipping development, diversification of routes and cargo mix, construction of new cargo ships.
The programme of the TRANSTEC International Forum on September 21 includes a business session “Inland water transport: development of inland water ways” starting at 2:30 p.m. to discuss the IWW development concept, prerequisites and factors of IWW cargo traffic growth in Russia, infrastructure challenges, technical state of river ports and other relevant issues. Yury Gilts, General Director of Volga Shipping Company, will take part in the discussion.
At the stand of Volga Shipping Company, the company specialists will tell the visitors about the services and key activities of Volga Shipping Company, hold negotiations on further cooperation opportunities.
All the guests and participants of the Exhibition are welcome to Volga Shipping Company stand (F4 271 in Pavilion F).
Exhibition venue: Expoforum Convention and Exhibition Center, 64/1, Peterburgskoye Shosse, Saint-Petersburg,
Exhibition is open for visitors from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on September 21-23, and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on September 24
More about the Exhibition and its rules for visitors: https://www.nevainter.com/
About the company:
Established in 1843, Volga Shipping Company is one of Russia’s largest shipping enterprises. The fleet under operational management of the company numbers about 250 units with a total deadweight exceeding 1.4 million tonnes. Every year, the company transports over 14 million tonnes of cargo. The range of services offered by Volga Shipping Company includes: transportation of dry bulk, general, liquid bulk and project cargo along inland water ways of Russia by river-sea and international routes.