The international exhibition of transport and logistics services, warehouse equipment and technologies TransRussia was held from 12 to 14 April at the IEC "Crocus Expo".
For the first time, a special exposition of equipment and solutions for warehouse logistics SkladTech was presented within the framework of the exhibition.
241 companies from 16 countries took part in the exhibition. Dzerzhinsk was represented by Sintez Oil Trans LLC. Within the framework of the transport and logistics congress
"TransRussia", together with experts, the company's specialists discussed the main changes, current trends and prospects for the development of the market in the new realities.
Among the main issues on the agenda: the future of rail and multimodal trans-Eurasian transportation in the long term; transit potential and opportunities; transport communications
of the Russian Far East in the system of international regional relations; customs projects to facilitate the movement of goods.
And the exhibition program continued with the panel discussion "Container Shipping: New Logistics Solutions". During it, the experts discussed a new paradigm for the development of
international container traffic against the backdrop of changes in the macroeconomics. And also the question of which transport products will help determine their further development,
infrastructure modernization and capacity at the borders between Russia and China, as well as the processes of transport digitalization.
The second day of the conference opened with a strategic session "Forward to multimodality: electronic document management". The speakers discussed the problem of implementing GIS EPD
to simplify business processes and exchange electronic documents, as well as a single standard for multimodal transportation documents.
The key issues of the discussion session "Ports and maritime logistics in times of instability" were the impact of the current situation on the industry, the measures taken, as well as
the interaction between ports and the railway in the current conditions.
Scenarios for the development of the logistics market in the new reality, the regulatory impact on the segment and the need for government support, business models in the face of new
challenges were discussed as part of the final strategic session "Transport and Logistics: Adapting to the New Reality".
Also on the second day, sessions and round tables were held: "Spare parts of a stumbling block: technological risks of Russian manufacturers and repairers of freight cars in connection
with the imposed sanctions" with the support of RZD-Partner; meeting of the expert scientific council of the CCTT "Transboundary: looking beyond the horizon"; panel session on legislative
support for the development of a continuous cold chain for the circulation of perishable products in Russia with the support of ASORPS.