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09.07.2021 10:00

‘Multimodal Transport – 2021’ is the unique annual business conference in the Eurasian Region, where international trends in the field of multimodal transport, development prospects and directions for improving the legal regulation of multimodal transport are discussed.

The program of the international conference ‘Multimodal Transport – 2021’ includes plenary, thematic and special sessions on the following topics: 
-    Key global trends in multimodal transport
-    Changes and best international practices in the development of multimodal transport
-    Planning of multimodal transport systems 
-    Intelligent multimodal transport systems 
-    Infrastructure design of the transport hubs and multimodal transport and logistics centers
-    Operation of multimodal transport hubs 
-    Architecture for sustainable financing of multimodal transport systems
-    Freight multimodal transportation and new logistics solutions 
-    Trends and the future of multimodal urban and regional mobility.

The following leading foreign experts will speak at the conference:
-    The Chief Executive Officer of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), Sanjeev Gadhia, USA
-    The Regional Director of Economic Development in AECOM, Dave Widger, Great Britain
-    The President and CEO of Center for Automotive Research, Carla Bailo, USA 
-    The President & CEO of Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA), Thorsten Neumann, Germany 
-    The CEO & Chairman of the board of Nurminen Logistics Oyj, Olli Pohjanvirta, Finland 

Among the Eurasian key speakers in the field of organizing freight multimodal transportation, representatives of the top management of the following companies are invited to participate: Russian Post, DHL, FedEx, SberLogistics, Yandex.Logistics, Boxberry, Russian Railways, TransContainer, JDE, Eurosib, UTLC ERA, Fesco Transportation Group, Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port, Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg, Rostovskiy Morskoy Multimodal Port, Delo Group, DB Schenker, Militzer & Munch, DPD in Russia, Rgrup, Baykal Servis, CDEK, PEC, ITECO, Sovtransavto, AirBridgeCargo and many others. 

Key expert organizations in the field of passenger multimodal transportation and operation of multimodal transport hubs are also invited.

The conference will be attended by representatives of national legislative and executive authorities, regional authorities in charge of the development of transport infrastructure, heads of regional development corporations, C-level managers of railway companies, airlines and airports, top management of international and national transport, logistics, freight forwarding companies, commercial executives, strategic development of transport companies, investment companies, leading banks, insurance and brokerage companies, leading companies in the field of digital solutions for multimodal transport, suppliers of equipment for transport hubs, transport infrastructure planning companies, industry associations and media.

More than 80 topics will be discussed at the conference. 

Conference organizer is the Transport Strategy Center (TSC). 

Title media partner - the official media of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, the newspaper Transport of Russia. 

For representatives of industry associations, regional authorities, scientific and educational institutions early bird registration rates are available. Special participation conditions are applicable for representatives of national authorities. 

For registration as a delegate or speaker and detailed information about the event please visit the website or contact Organizing Committee by tel. +7(495)225.99.57 (multichannel, ext.5) or by e-mail:

Register on special conditions for the II International Conference ‘Multimodal Transport – 2021’ in Moscow until July 16.

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Effective development of a region's transport system requires a balanced strategy that in the short term, in 10, 20 and more years will provide the region with infrastructure, outrunning demand in terms of all modes of transport.
Many large world regions, leaders in transport product volume and transshipment, handling transit and transfer passengers, started out by creating a development strategy for multimodal transport hubs (MTH) based at promising ports, stations, and airports.
Many regions are geographically remote and located away from large transport hubs. They are characterized by poor land transport infrastructure and have many unique characteristics that implicate a peculiar approach to transport planning.
The TSC's areas of expertise include professional strategic planning in IT, development of innovative IT solutions for transport, tourism, transport engineering.
One of the core activities of TSC is the design and turn-key implementation of territory development projects for areas adjacent to transport infrastructure facilities.
The Transport Strategy Center Consortium (TSC) provides expert consulting assistance to regional authorities and transport organizations in developing comprehensive strategies for the development of transport infrastructure projects and attracting public and private funding for their implementation.