At the end of May, representatives of LTG Cargo Ukraine participated in the annual Freight Forwarders’ Forum and the international conference “Ukrainian Ports Forum”. During the “Forwarders’ Forum”, the team got acquainted with the latest news of the Ukrainian freight forwarding market, solutions to problematic issues and the responsibilities of partners in the logistics process.More
On May 25, in Odessa, LTG Cargo Ukraine CEO S. Stasiūnas and OTLC (Odessa Transport and Logistics Center) General Director A. Jakunenko signed a letter of intent for the long-term lease of the shunting locomotive ČME-3.More
At the end of April, a meeting between LTG Cargo Ukraine and UkrFerry took place in Odessa, where representatives of the companies discussed the progress of the multimodal project on the transportation of semi-trailers on the route Turkey (Karasu) – Chernomorsk – Klaipeda – Karlsham.
On April 28 Saulius Stasiūnas, CEO of LTG Cargo Ukraine, and Serhii Hunko, CEO of EVT Grain, concluded a Memorandum of Understanding on the long-term lease and operation of the shunting locomotive ČME-3 at the EVT terminal.More
On March 17, 2021 TOB LTG Cargo Ukraine, which is the member of the group of AB Lietuvos geležinkeliai, and PwC in Ukraine signed the cooperation contract. The subject of the contract considers the provision of wide scope of outsourcing and consulting services on the issues of maintaining of tax and accounting records, as well as on customs issues, by the team of PwC in Ukraine on a regular basis.More
TOB LTG Cargo Ukraine, AB Lietuvos Geležinkeliai group company, and AEQUO law firm concluded a partnership agreement for legal consultancy services.More
TOB LTG Cargo Ukraine, represented by the CEO Saulius Stasiūnas, and TOB Investytsiyna Grupa Parus, represented by the Manager of the Company D. А. Osačuk, on 30 March of the current year concluded a Letter of Intent regarding a long-term lease and operation of 5 shunting locomotives ČME-3 on the Ukrainian market.More
Saulius Stasiūnas, CEO of LTG Cargo Ukraine, share his thoughts about the company’s plans on the Ukrainian market.More
On the 19th of March 2021 UAB “LTG Cargo Ukraine”, represented by the director Saulius Stasiūnas, and UAB “NTRZ” (Nikolaev Locomotive Repair Plant), represented by the head of the company V. V. Simčenko, concluded a protocol of intent regarding repair, maintenance, rent and sub-rent of manoeuvre locomotives CHME-3 in the Ukrainian market.More
On the 18th of March during the official visit of the President of the Republic of Lithuania Gitanas Nausėda to Kiev a very significant sixth economic forum organised by the partners from Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists (LKP) and Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (USPP) was held in remote manner.More
Last week, on March 18, LTG Cargo Ukraine team visited Kiev and signed a Memorandum of cooperation on the International Intermodal route: Port Karasu (Turkey) – Port Chornomorsk (Ukraine) – Vilnius / Kaunas / Port Klaipeda (Lithuania) / Kaunas – Bialystok (Poland).More
The freight company LTG Cargo, owned by the largest railway group in the Baltic States Lietuvos Geležinkeliai (LTG), has been preparing for the commencement of transportation of semi-trailers. In autumn of 2020, a semi-trailer was delivered by train from Klaipėda Seaport to Vilnius Intermodal Terminal (VIT) for the first time in Lithuania.
During the pilot transportation, the semi-trailer, delivered by ferry from Denmark to the Central Cargo Terminal (CKT), was loaded on a special train platform owned by LTG Cargo and transported to VIT. In Vilnius, the semi-trailer was loaded with cargo and then transported back to Klaipėda Seaport.More
LTG Cargo CEO Egidijus Lazauskas on the performance of the company, the fleet of locomotives and freight cars, and the goal of becoming a leader in mobility in Central and Eastern Europe.
In mid-January, LTG Cargo, a freight company of the Lithuanian railway carrier Lietuvos Geležinkeliai, opened a subsidiary company LTG Cargo Ukraine in Ukraine. It was stated that this is a step towards diversification and implementation of the international development strategy. In the long term, the company intends to start transporting international cargo in Ukraine, where the annual volume of rail freight traffic is about 6 times higher than in Lithuania.The CFTS contacted LTG Cargo CEO Egidijus Lazauskas for details on the company’s work and plans in Ukraine.More
Freight company LTG Cargo, owned by the largest railway group in the Baltic States Lietuvos Geležinkeliai (LTG), has established a subsidiary in Ukraine – LTG Cargo Ukraine. This step is a part of LTG Cargo international development strategy and diversification of activities.
LTG Cargo Ukraine expects gradual development of the operations of LTG Cargo Ukraine: in the first stage of development, LTG Cargo Ukraine will offer rolling stock rental, forwarding and other freight transportation services.More