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  • Remarks by RZD President Vladimir Remarks by RZD President Vladimir YakuninYakunin

    Eurasian transport link development by RZD

    Geneva, Switzerland, 24 February 2010Geneva, Switzerland, 24 February 2010

  • EAST EAST –– WEST INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT WEST INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT CORRIDORCORRIDOR

    Container transit time across Russia: 11 days Long-term target: 7 days

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  • MAIN PRIORITIES OF THE MAIN PRIORITIES OF THE ““TRANSTRANS--SIBERIA IN 7 SIBERIA IN 7 DAYSDAYS”” PRODUCTPRODUCT

    Increasing transport service

    quality

    Main priorities of the “Trans-Siberia in 7

    days” product

    Changing technology

    Infrastructure development

    Improving regulatory framework

    Regulating tariffs

    • Adopting the Rules for container train transport • Improving the international regulatory framework

    • Competitive tariffs • Stable tariff policy • Stabilising tariffs’ period of operation to 2 – 3 years • Establishing container transport tariffs per wagon, and later per container train

    •Removing infrastructure restrictions on speed •Constructing new container terminals

    • Simple documentation systems • Adherence to timetable • Regular service

    •Increasing speed to 1,400-1,500 km per day •Updating rolling stock •Introducing modern information systems

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  • Project goal: creating a new competitive route for container cargo transport linked to the Trans-Siberian mainline

    The project provides for:

    • Reconstructing a 54km section of the Tumangan – Rajin railway line

    • Building a container terminal with a capacity of 100,000 TEUs per year in the Rajin port

    • Organising international East – West cargo freight based on the new infrastructure

    KHASAN KHASAN –– RAJIN PROJECTRAJIN PROJECT

    The RasonKonTrans joint venture was established in April 2008 to reconstruct the railway line from Rajin to Tumangan and build a sea port container terminal

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  • Cooperation in boosting the efficiency of Ulan-Bator Railways within the framework of the Agreement on Expanding Cooperation between Russian Railways and Ulan-Bator Railways

    (February 2008): Providing Mongolian Railways with the necessary rolling stock Renovation of the track superstructure Introduction of innovative transport and information technology on Ulan-Bator Railways Integration of the IT systems of Russian and Mongolian Railways Development of transit from China to Europe and back Training and retraining of highly-qualified personnel in professions in urgent demand by Ulan-Bator Railways

    In 2009, 2 Russian Railways representatives joined the Ulan-Bator Railways Management Board

    COOPERATION FOR MONGOLIAN RAILWAYS COOPERATION FOR MONGOLIAN RAILWAYS DEVELOPMENTDEVELOPMENT

    Development and implementation of the concept for Mongolian Railways’ development

    In May 2009, the government of Mongolia and RZD established an Infrastructure Development company (with an RZD stake of 50%)

    as a site for developing the Concept for implementation of the joint project with Ulan- Bator Railways and construction of a new railway infrastructure in Mongolia

    on the principles: Unified network (on the basis of Ulan-Bator Railways) Single gauge track (1520mm) Financing of the project by Russian Railways (the funds) and the government of Mongolia (deposit development rights) on a parity basis

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    The basis for cooperation is transfer of Russia’s share stake (50%) in Ulan-Bator Railways into Russian Railways trust management for 5 years (Decree of the President of the Russian Federation No. 965 dated 22 August 2009 and Decree of the Russian Government No. 1529r dated 17 October 2009)

    The basis for cooperation is transfer of Russia’s share stake (50%) in Ulan-Bator Railways into Russian Railways trust management for 5 years (Decree of the President of the Russian Federation No. 965 dated 22 August 2009)

    LegendLegend Planned railwaysPlanned railways

    Projects to be completed by 2013Projects to be completed by 2013

    Projects to be completed by 2020Projects to be completed by 2020

    Second track constructionSecond track construction

    Siding construction, quantitySiding construction, quantity

    Automatic block signalling available Automatic block signalling available on the sectionon the section

  • CONSTRUCTION OF THE KOSICE CONSTRUCTION OF THE KOSICE –– BRATISLAVA BRATISLAVA –– VIENNA 1520MM GAUGE RAILWAY LINEVIENNA 1520MM GAUGE RAILWAY LINE

    The length of the planned line will be 565km

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    LegendLegend Existing railwaysExisting railways Approximate freight terminal locationApproximate freight terminal location Moscow Moscow –– Kiev Kiev –– Bratislava Bratislava –– Vienna line, 1520mm gaugeVienna line, 1520mm gauge Planned Kosice (Planned Kosice (GaniskaGaniska) ) –– Bratislava Bratislava -- Vienna 1520mm railway line Vienna 1520mm railway line

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  • NORTH NORTH –– SOUTH INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT SOUTH INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT CORRIDORCORRIDOR

    Expected North- South ITC

    commodity market volume: 25m-26m

    tonnes

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    LegendLegend

    --NorthNorth--South corridorSouth corridor --European cargo flows linked to the corridorEuropean cargo flows linked to the corridor

    Freight routes within the NorthFreight routes within the North--South corridorSouth corridor

    1.1. TransTrans--CaspianCaspian 2.2. West (via Azerbaijan)West (via Azerbaijan) 3.3. East (via Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan)East (via Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan) 4.4. Traditional sea route vie the Suez CanalTraditional sea route vie the Suez Canal

    --Planned Astara Planned Astara –– Rasht railway lineRasht railway line --Qazvin Qazvin –– Rasht and Rasht and UzenUzen –– BereketBereket –– GorganGorgan

    lines under constructionlines under construction

    --Potential North Potential North –– South corridor linesSouth corridor lines

  • COOPERATION OF JSC COOPERATION OF JSC ““RUSSIAN RAILWAYSRUSSIAN RAILWAYS”” WITH WITH FOREIGN TRANSPORTATION COMPANIESFOREIGN TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES TO SET UP TO SET UP JOINT VENTURE FOR FREIGHT SERVICEJOINT VENTURE FOR FREIGHT SERVICE

    Joint Venture of JSC “TransContainer” and VR Ltd. “Container

    TransScandinavia” for composite service at container transportation between

    Finland and Russia

    Joint Venture of JSC “Russian Railways” and DB AG

    “Trans-Eurasia Logistics” for transportation of

    containerized cargo between Germany and Russia

    Joint Venture of JSC “TransContainer” and China Railway

    Container Transport Corporation (CRCT) for international

    transportation of containerized cargo

    Cooperation of JSC “TransContainer” and ZAO ”Russkaya Troika” with the leading

    consignors and forwarders of Japan within the framework of concluded agent

    agreements

    “Strategic Partnership 1520”

    Strategic aim: Strengthening of JSC “Russian Railways” position at the Eurasian freight service market 88

  • between 2010 and 2020 – 362.0Blnroubles.

    247.5

    2020

    83.4

    2008

    190.481.8Mln tonnes

    20152009

    North-West region

    Southern region

    Far East region

    Total investment (in expected prices): 1,771.7 billion roubles

    between 2010 and 2020: 1,075.9

    137.3

    2020

    61.2

    2008

    Bln roubles

    122.663.8Mlntonnes

    20152009

    between 2010 and 2020: 333.8

    130.0

    2020

    46.1

    2008

    Bln roubles

    105.152.6Mlntonnes

    20152009

    Freight volume and investment in railway Freight volume and investment in railway infrastructure around Russian ports until 2020infrastructure around Russian ports until 2020

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  • FERRY SERVICEFERRY SERVICE USTUST--LUGA LUGA –– BALTIYSKBALTIYSK –– GERMAN PORTSGERMAN PORTS

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