The tit-for-tat imposition of embargoes between Russia and the West has opened the door for Brazil beef exporters to significantly expand shipments to Russia in recent months, with greater growth likely in 2015.
08 Aug 2014
Russia's one-year ban on food imports from the U.S. and other countries will hit U.S. poultry exports particularly hard, given Russian fondness for American frozen chicken.
07 Aug 2014
Russia is banning nearly all agricultural imports from countries supporting trade sanctions on Russia.
06 Aug 2014
U.S. poultry exporters are facing stricter inspections of their products by Russian authorities.
29 Jul 2014
AirBridgeCargo Airlines, Russia’s largest scheduled cargo carrier, plans to add more routes and boost frequencies of existing services over the next six months after traffic soared 16 percent to an all-time high in the first half of the year.
07 Jul 2014
Forwarders remain unimpressed with new European Union air cargo screening regulations that have been in effect for a week, although no major disruptions have been reported.
02 Jul 2014
NUTEP, a container terminal at the Black Sea port of Novorossiysk, Russia, has plans to begin construction on a new pier this fall.
02 Jun 2014
Fesco Transportation Group’s revenue and earnings declined in the first quarter.
21 May 2014
APM Terminals boosted first quarter operating profit to $215 million from $166 million a year ago as it added new terminals to a worldwide portfolio that is increasingly focused on growth markets.
13 May 2014
In 1988, when the Berlin Wall was still standing and Russia was still a part of the Soviet Union, McDonald’s opened its first restaurant in Moscow. The first of the chain’s restaurants to open inside a communist country, it drew crowds and global attention. Today, McDonald’s has 35,000 restaurants in more than 100 nations.
12 May 2014
A new fixed-day, weekly container rail service links Moscow to the Far East of Russia, and Ruscon, the operator, plans to dispatch more container trains between central and eastern Russia in the “near future.”