Globaltrans provides freight rail transportation, railcar leasing and other ancillary services to clients in Russia, the CIS and Baltic countries through its subsidiaries – New Forwarding Company, BaltTransServis, GTI Management, Spacecom, Spacecom Trans and Ukrainian New Forwarding Company.

The Group’s corporate structure ensures efficient asset management and operational control, while creating logical business segments.

JSC New Forwarding Company is the operating centre for the Group’s gondola cars. The company focuses on metallurgical and coal cargoes as well as construction materials. New Forwarding Company operates a 24/7 dispatching and logistics centre. It calculates the most efficient and cost effective route of cargo delivery and tracks and adjusts the movement of customer’s cargo at all transportation stages.LLC GTI Management focuses on leasing of rolling stock, primarily to other companies of the Group. It also provides cargo operations and freight forwarding services.JSC Ural Wagonrepair Company is the Group’s in-house railcar repair depot in the Russian city of Magnitogorsk, and primarily services Globaltrans’ fleet along with the fleet of some third-party rail operators.LLC Ukrainian New Forwarding Company is the Group’s Ukrainian subsidiary, which provides freight rail transportation and certain ancillary services in Ukraine.LLC BaltTransServis is one of the leading Russian freight rail operators of tank cars, specialising in the shipping of oil products and oil, notably diesel, gasoline and fuel oil. It operates the majority of Globaltrans’ tanks cars and locomotives and, additionally, owns a railcar repair depot in the Russian city of Ivanovo.AS Spacecom and AS Spacecom Trans are Estonia-registered companies engaged in tank car leasing in the CIS countries.

Group structure as of 25 October 2021.

Last updated: 27.10.2021