Demand for sea transportation is growing
11 March 2022
Demand for sea transportation is growing In the face of anti-Russian sanctions the marine fleet of Oboronlogistics LLC continues actively to perform cargo delivery tasks.

Despite the difficult geopolitical situation the specialists of Oboronlogistics LLC note a significant increase in the number of applications for cargo transportation by sea. This opens up new prospects for the company's activities in the direction of countries friendly to Russia, such as Syria, Iran, Turkey, India and China. The company also plans to actively engage its fleet on the Northern Sea Route.

In addition, the priority direction of the company's work remains the operation of the Ust-Luga – Baltiysk ferry line connecting the Kaliningrad Region with the main territory of Russia. Currently, three railway ferries are operating on the line: Ambal, Baltiysk and Marshal Rokossovsky.

Our company closely monitors the development of the situation, follows the recommendations of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, distributes the growing cargo traffic to the company's vessels in order to maximize the efficient and safe use of the transportation capabilities of its fleet in the interests of state and commercial customers of the Russian Federation.