In addition, ports from Sweden, Port of Gävle and Deltaterminal (Härnösand) visited the fair.
This was the second time as the NECL II -project/Midnordic Green Transport Corridor took part in the exhibition. The brand was now already familiar to some earlier visitors at the stand.
The MNGTC -stand was visited by a lot of people who were interested to know more about the east-west alternative transport corridor and the services provided along the corridor.
The Port of Kaskinen and its operators (eg. Silva Shipping) and also the new planned logistics center in Seinäjoki were presented at the stand.
The port of Vaasa and NLC Ferry (between Finland and Sweden) as well as operators from Jyväskylä (Innoroadpark) and Parikkala (Saimaa Ladoga Logistics Centre) took part in the TransRussia -exhibitiion for the first time.
The joint stand provided these an opportunity to explore the exhibition and it´s benefits in an easy way.
Some of the operators consider now participating in the TransRussia -exhibition even after the NECL II -project has ended.
And still the upcoming sulfur regulation on the Baltic Sea/SECA-area was discussed with several of stand visitors - the regulation will most definitely affect the transport system in Europe in the future.
The TransRussia -exhibition is an important contact place for branch operators. The Expocenter in Moscow was full of interesting operators all over the world. More information: www.transrussia.ru