Business programme

New Logistics for New Challenges

16 Jun , 11:00–12:15
The Russian Economy: New Objectives and Horizons
Pavilion G, conference hall G2
In partnership with the Management Company METALLOINVEST

Existing supply chains have been disrupted due to the pressure that Russia is facing from global sanctions. Bans on aircraft flying over Russian territory and the calling of Russian ships at foreign ports as well as restrictions on rail traffic have all interrupted the normal business processes. On the other hand, the withdrawal of foreign companies – manufacturers of aircraft and components for trains and trucks – from the Russian market should give a boost to the development of these industries domestically. What needs to be done to create new logistics corridors? What support measures do domestic equipment manufacturers need today? What needs to be done to ensure that sea and rail transportation infrastructure meets the needs of Russian industrial enterprises in the new supply chains? Do new ports and transport hubs need to be created within the country? What is the best way to build a secure logistics network that is resistant to external challenges?

Ivan Fedotov, Vice-Rector, Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation (RANEPA)

Igor Artamonov, Governor of the Lipetsk Region
Zakhariy Zhioev, Deputy Head, Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transport (Rosmorrechflot)
Viktor Evtukhov, State Secretary – Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
Valery Kazikayev, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Udokan Copper
Andrey Severilov, Chairman of the Board, Far-Eastern Shipping Company
Aleksey Shilo, Deputy Managing Director, Head, Centre for Corporate Transport Services (CFTO), Russian Railways
Nazim Efendiev, Chief Executive Officer, Management Company METALLOINVEST

Front row participant
Ivan Demchenko, Shareholder, Novostal-M