CNIIMF CEO marks TRANSTEC 2016 as timely platform to discuss international opportunities in Russian Port Infrastructure development
March 2, 2016
S. I. Buyanov, the TRANSTEC 2016 Ports and Shipping Programme Committee Secretary General considers TRANSTEC 2016 as the perfect place and time to discuss Russian port business development opportunities.
In his recent letter to TRANSTEC 2016 participants, Mr Buyanov stated:
The timely placement of the TRANSTEC programme during October 2016 also gives the opportunity to present and discuss the implementation of port projects in accordance with the “Revised Strategy for the Development of Russian Port Infrastructure through 2030”, which the RF Ministry of Transport and Rosmorport plan for approval by July – September, 2016.
The approval of this Strategy moves the Programme swiftly from the ‘design’ stage to the active implementation stage, unlocking opportunities for interested International companies to offer their products and services to satisfy the Programme’s considerable goals and requirements.
Mr Buyanov further elaborated on TRANSTEC 2016 as offering excellent opportunities for participants to discuss urgent issues of Russian shipping development, including:
- Improving the competitiveness and image of sea and inland water transport
- The reduction of redundant administrative bureaucracy in shipping
- Creation of conditions for safe shipping navigation
- Promotion of fleet renewal and new-builds orders of shipping companies
- Improving shipping operations
- Improving systems of professional marine staff training
- The development of international cooperation in shipping, including the analysis and study of best international practices and legislation for the preparation of the proposal to improve the national regulatory framework