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98 Top Logistics Startups & Companies (Moscow)

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Avtoplanshet

Service that provides taxi passengers with a free tablet during the ride and advertisers get access to a new audience Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

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R Group is a cargo, freight and logistics agency. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

United Europe Group

United Europe Group provides distribution, logistics, retail, development, and production services of perfumery and cosmetic products. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Dilex offers a IT-platform for building effective transport logistics by cargo owners and carriers. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Service for automatic online-stores logistics Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Beluga Projects Logistic

Beluga Projects Logistic is a logistics & transportation agency offering freight, warehouse logistics, outsourcing & consulting services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

East-West company is a supplier of restaurants and confectionery industries. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

M&TM Freight

M&TM Freight offers local and international freight forwarding services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

ZTM Logistic

ZTM Logistics as providing transportation delivery packing industries. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

MultiRoad is a digital logistics service company that offers freight forwarding, multimodal container logistics and transportation services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

MUST Insurance

MUST Insurance is an insurance firm which provides logistics based carrier liability, driver accident, and cargo insurance products. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Courier Service Express

Courier Service Express is a logistics company. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

FINDOSTAVKA

FINDOSTAVKA is 1st marketplace broker for the delivery of legally significant financial documents in Russia Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

ROMAX FINE ART

Specialist White Glove Logistics Focused on High Value Furniture, Artwork and Antiques Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

AAA Cargo offers railway, air, sea transportation and temperature-sensitive freight solutions for pharmaceuticals and clinical trials. Based out of Khimki, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Providing cloud fulfillment automation for small and mid-sized ecommerce companies. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

B2CPL is a logistics firm that provides cash service, courier delivery, packaging, and other services to e-commerce companies. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Vig Trans offers international logistics, customs clearance, and legal support for foreign trade activities services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Transsertico

Transsertico is a freight company that offers customs clearance, cargo, logistics, certification, and foreign trade outsourcing services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

UTLC ERA specializes in cargo transportation and logistics services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Fastdo offers an express delivery service in moscow that takes 90 minutes. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

CityVans provides transportation services for the packaging, labeling, and delivery of goods. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Svetlana-K provides transportation, logistics, project management, and consulting services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Antares Trading

Antares Trading specializes in freight, warehouse, import, export, and trade services as well as provides transport and logistics solutions. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Gruzhunter is a logistics company that provides local and regional transportation through cargo services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Gulliver & Co International

Gulliver & Co International is a management consulting firm that offers logistics, legal, IT, financial, and personnel management services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Rail Garant

Rail Garant offers transportation of goods, liquid cargo, cars, and construction materials through railways of the Russian Federation. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Deliverator

SaaS for managing mobile workforce Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Garpix provides cargo space planning system inorder to distribute cargo in a container, truck on a pallet in 3D mode. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

LCM Express

LCM Express offers transportation, logistics, and courier service. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

ArmPack is a decentralized eco-system designed for protection against forgery. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Major provides logistics, transportation, shipping, terminal handling, and cargo insurance services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Freight One

Freight One is a provider of cargo transportation services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

STA Logistic

STA Logistic is a logistic and supply chain company. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

RFID Engineering

RFID Engineering develops and markets RFID solutions for various industries such as warehouse, production, logistics, and inventory control. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

KPD-Cargo is a logistics services provider based in Moscow. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

S2B Group is a web services providing firm that offers software services for automation of transport logistics and freight management. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Traft is a logistics and cargo transportation firm that provides warehousing, audit services in transportation, and software solutions. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Free Lines is a transportation and logistics company that imports clothes and furniture to various international destinations. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

BIOCARD is a pharmaceutical and logistics company. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Sendie is a platform which offers people to ship goods, parcels and deliver them in flexible and affordable prices. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Take'N'Go

Take'N'Go is a courier service company. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

dropnship.ru

Dropshipping online platform for suppliers. They receive a new sales channel, online stores and don't carry warehouse and logistics costs. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Logistic tools

Logistics Tools provides a route planning & vehicle management software for the logistics industry. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

NAWINIA is a logistics and supply chain management company. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Transport Development

Transport Development is a cargo, and freight service company. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

First Open-Community Logistics Platform Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

WelShip LLC

WelShip.com is a free service that helps you find a carrier for your shipment. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

RTL is a provider of logistics and freight services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Extremely safe electric air vehicle (VTOL) Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Global Logistic Projects

Global Logistic Projects provides warehouse logistics and customs clearance services. Based out of Khimki, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Filuet provides professional contract logistics and BPO solutions to help foreign companies expand into the emerging markets. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Russian Logistic Service

Russian Logistic Service provides full range of logistics services transportation, warehousing, custom clearance, certification, consulting. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

STS Logistics

STS Logistics provides warehouse logistics, forwarding and outsourcing services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Irbis is a supplier of Rescue equipment and machinery. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Sovtransavto

Sovtransavto offers logistic and transport services, warehousing, insurance, cargo processing, and affiliated legal solutions. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

TENEX supplies nuclear fuel cycle and uranium products along with compliance and logistics services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

UAV, drones, turbogenerators Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Mosgortrans

Mosgortrans is a transportation service provider company operating bus and electrical bus networks in Moscow. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

JSC Belomortrans

JSC Belomortrans offers trucking, air, sea, river and rail transportation, and warehousing services. Based out of Khimki, Moscow City, Russian Federation

CUBQ Transport and Logistics

CUBQ Transport and Logistics offer project transportation, bulky transportation and general cargo transportation services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Orfe is a 4 PL provider that offers comprehensive pharmaceutical and para-pharmaceutical logistics and warehouse services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Nipigas offers project management, equipment procurement, logistics, construction management, pre-commissioning, and documentation services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Pola Tech is a maritime company specializing in SaaS-based subscription solutions for voyage, deals, and fleet management Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

INIER operates in the field of freight transportation to services on organization of transportation by air, road, rail, river. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

VVP Group deals with the distribution, logistics and warehousing of mobile phones, tablets, modems and related accessories. Based out of Khimki, Moscow City, Russian Federation

AI Eye is a driver monitoring app that automatically detects distracted driving and fatigue Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

GetMeNow is a same-day delivery platform that enables its users to get products delivered in less than 90 minutes. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Aviazapchast JSC

Aviazapchast is a foreign trade company specializing in the supply and after-sales service of domestic civilian & dual-use aircraft abroad. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Volga-Dnepr Group

Volga-Dnepr Group is an air cargo company that provides transporters and scheduled cargo operations services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Pingdelivery

Collaborative Last-mile Delivery Platform. Get last-mile delivery seamlessly integrated with your business. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

SPSR-Express

Offers a broad range of services in relation to express delivery of documents, mail and cargo all over Russia and abroad Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

The market-leading private Courier, Express and Parcel (CEP) operator in Russia Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Unitrade offers cargo, freight, and logistics services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Tablogix is an international logistics operator. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Russian Container Company

Russian Container Company is involved in the container transportation such as railway logistics and also offers lease of freight cars. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Rolf Group is a key automotive market player, importing and retailing of foreign cars with a full range of logistics services. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

United Shipbuilding Corporation

United Shipbuilding Corporation unites shipbuilding, repair, and maintenance subsidiaries in western and northern Russia Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

MEGAPOLIS Group

MEGAPOLIS Group is a group of companies engaged in the distribution and logistics of tobacco products and other fast moving consumer goods. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

PickPoint operates the largest network of automated parcel lockers for “last mile” parcel delivery in Russia with over 2,000 locations Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

GRUZOBZOR offers a cloud-based freight and truck matching service for b2b logistics. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

OTEKO Group

Asset-heavy multi-commodity logistics specialist active in CIS, Turkey and Europe with c. 3000 employees Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

LookBox Pro

LookBox is an online style retailer of apparel using personal shoppers. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Dakaitaowa is an exporting company. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

MOVER develops mobile logistics solutions for businesses and ordinary citizens. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Tochka Rosta

Automates manual operations in sales and logistics: issuesand sends invoices, controls the payment terms and receipts. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Box2Box provide excellent software for working with orders, as well as help with the API-integration! Shopkeepers. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

ExpressRMS creating an e-commerce service that takes care of all order processing issues. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

ABW Dynamics

ABW Dynamics provides solutions that enables private car owners to track where the car is. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Transneft is a Russian state-owned transport monopoly. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

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GroozGo is online trucking service that instantly matches and connects shipments with loads with full responsibility for cargo safety. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Service SaveTime provides delivery service of goods to customers. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

QB is a self-storage facility for individuals and businesses. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Fura is a digital transportation provider. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Deliver is a digital B2B platform that organizes cargo transportation by providing large shippers with access to private carriers. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Go Lama Go is a  Groceries delivery service. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Beri Zaryad

Beri Zaryad provides powerbank sharing service. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

Checkbox is a packaging supplies & service centre in Moscow. Based out of Moscow, Moscow City, Russian Federation

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5 Top Logistics Startups & Companies (Petah Tiqva)

Petah Tiqva is home to a range of established and new Logistics companies. With a strong foundation & a maturing regulatory space Petah Tiqva offers a wide range of opportunities for Logistics companies. This list aims to showcase some of the top Logistics companies and startups in Petah Tiqva focusing on companies with great track records, innovative products or huge future potential.

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Exciting Travel Destinations for Logistics Professionals

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Some people are so passionate about logistics that they cannot let go even when they are on vacation. They do not have to be workaholics: after all, logistics can be very exciting – and relaxing when you are a mere observer and do not have to lend a hand yourself. We have compiled a few inspiring destinations for logisticians on their well-deserved time off.

Welcome Diversion with Logistical Highlights

You do not have to be professionally involved in logistics yourself to still be enthusiastic about bustling ports, historic vehicles, or state-of-the-art technology. Our destinations are also well suited for logistics fans and for their entire families – enough fascination and diversion is provided everywhere. In fascinating museums or on varied bike tours, everyone has a blast.

Off to the Museum!

Verkehrszentrum of the deutsches museum in munich.

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The Deutsches Museum in Munich is one of the largest science and technology museums in the world. Its origins date back to the early 20th century, but the transport section of the Deutsches Museum was established in this millennium and has been delighting visitors in its current form since 2016. Whether stagecoach, steam locomotive, or historic truck – everything that moved people and goods can be marveled at here.

Transport Museum in Dresden

The beginnings of the Dresden Transport Museum go back to the 19th century, the present museum was opened in the middle of the 20th century. Air, water, rail, road: here, all modes of transport come into their own under one roof. A logistical treat is the exhibition on chain boat navigation: boats were towed up and down the river Elbe from Dresden to Hamburg along a chain some 700 km long – a revolution in inland shipping. And if that bores the little guests: in the meantime, they can let off steam on Bobby cars in the “traffic garden”.

German Customs Museum in Hamburg

Only something for lovers of international cross-border traffic? Certainly not. The location of the Customs Museum Hamburg alone is outstanding. Right in the middle of the historic Speicherstadt, where you are very close to one of today’s customs hotspots: the Port of Hamburg. In the past, the Speicherstadt itself was a free port and duty-free zone. Anyone who wanted to enter or leave the Speicherstadt had to undergo a customs check. It was not until 2013 that the customs border was completely abolished. In addition to this unique location, the museum has much else to offer about the past and present of customs .

Explore the Sea and Inland Ports in Hamburg and Duisburg by Bike

Now that you are in Hamburg: a harbor tour by a launch is extremely popular here, and without a doubt this is a unique experience. But Germany’s largest seaport can also be explored on two wheels. In this way, you can discover completely new perspectives beyond the usual tourist attractions. But no worries: there are plenty of bridges and container terminals to gaze at here, too. But every now and then, nature provides a green change, at least on the routes suggested to potential logistics cyclists by the Hamburg Port Authority.

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In Duisburg, where the river Ruhr flows into the Rhine, logistics enthusiasts will find nothing less than the largest inland port in the world. So, we are sticking to the superlatives. And this port is also perfect for cycling through on several discovery tours . Container port and Rhine romance are only a few rotations of the wheel apart, so everyone can have his share of fun.

Futureland in Europe’s Largest Seaport of Rotterdam

To get from Duisburg to Rotterdam, you simply could float down the Rhine toward the North Sea – but surely there are more convenient ways to get to Europe’s largest seaport in Rotterdam. Once there, many of the port’s vantage points can be explored on foot or by bicycle along the around 40 kilometers that the port stretches between the city and the sea. The Port of Rotterdam provides some suitable routes .

A good starting point for a tour is the Port Pavilion with lots of information and tips for exploring the harbor. Futureland is also not to be missed. It is located in the most modern part of the port, Maasvlakte 2, where you will find not only state-of-the-art container terminals and the largest deep-sea vessels, but also the latest innovations in energy and offshore. From the panorama deck of Futureland you have a fantastic overview and interactive offers bring the port to life. You can also enjoy bus and ferry tours that begin at Futureland.

Airbus Factory Tours

From water to air – the production of aircraft is a fascinating spectacle that can be experienced first-hand at the French and German Airbus sites in Toulouse, Saint-Nazaire, Hamburg, Bremen, and Stade.

Factory tours at the world’s largest aircraft manufacturer inspire technology fans young and old. Toulouse   is home to the Airbus headquarters and the aircraft assembly line, where the A380 and A350 aircraft are put together. The Airbus plant in Saint-Nazaire on the Atlantic coast where cockpits are built, among other things, is also an intriguing place to visit. Tours on foot through final assembly are a particular highlight in Hamburg-Finkenwerder , but wing production in Bremen and the production halls in the northern German city of Stade, the Airbus center of excellence for carbon fiber composites, are also impressive.

Largest European Truck Stop in Ashford

If you are more of a trucker than an aviator, you will see plenty of trucks at Europe’s largest truckstop. The Ashford International Truckstop is located about ten kilometers from the entrance to the Eurotunnel on the English side. The 650 truck parking spaces are flanked by no less impressive additional facilities: gym, restaurant, sports bar, supermarket: everything has been considered here.

Truckracing Championship 2023

And if you prefer to see trucks in motion – and very fast indeed – then the European Truck Racing Championship is just the right thing for you. From May to October, it stops at eight stations in Europe, including LeMans and the Nürburgring. In addition to the tractor-trailers turning their fast laps on the tracks, the supporting program offers top entertainment for the whole family.

Truck Graveyard in Oberhausen, Germany

True treasures from the 50s to 60s can be discovered at the truck graveyard, which is located on an industrial site in Oberhausen in the Ruhr region.

Here, a truck enthusiast presides over a huge fleet of more than 250 decommissioned legends of utility vehicles. Actually, the site belongs to a truck workshop that can rely on an enormous reservoir of rare spare parts. There are no official viewing times for the rarities, but the owners of “ Nutzfahrzeuge Hoffmann ” will certainly not be chasing truck enthusiasts out of the yard. 

Crossing Europe on the E 45 and E 60

They do not convey a Wild West feeling like the legendary Route 66 – and yet it is worth driving and experiencing the European routes 45 and 60. The E 45 is the north-south tangent from the southern coast of Sicily to the Norwegian town of Alta north of the Arctic Circle: more climatic diversity is not imaginable in Europe. Short ferry passages across the Strait of Messina and the Skagerrak are required, but otherwise the 5,000-kilometer drive through all of Italy, a small part of Austria, and the entire length through Germany, Denmark, and Sweden can be done wholly on tires.

At over 6,500 kilometers, the E 60 is even longer, and no wonder: it stretches from the Belgian North Sea port of Brest to the Kyrgyz border with China. In the process, it crosses France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Hungary, Romania, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan – from the North Sea dunes through the Alps and the Caucasus to the Tian Shan mountains. Longer ferry passages across the Black and Caspian Seas are welcome breaks on the journey. Numerous exciting and new impressions are guaranteed – but travelling the E 60 as far as to its High Asian end is probably only suited for absolute adventurers.

Travel by Cargo Ship

Finally, a tip for fans of sea freight: it is actually possible to travel by freighter. There are even agencies that specialize in freighter voyages . This is not only interesting for people who are interested in large-scale logistics, but also for the environmentally conscious. Your own trip does not fuel the demand for passenger flights or cruises, and in relation to the cargo weight of the ship, your personal ecological footprint on the trip is practically zero (although, of course, the freighter usually uses environmentally unfriendly heavy fuel oil, but there are no additional emissions).

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Nevertheless, the shortcomings outweigh the advantages: comfort and available seats are limited, the journey takes a long time, can be delayed by whole days, and is also expensive. Moreover, not all shipping companies offer capacity for passengers and sometimes there are no seats available anywhere. If you have a fixed date overseas, the cargo ship trip is not a suitable option – with freighter travel, the journey itself really is the reward.

DHL Freight Wishes You a Restful and Inspiring Holiday

We hope that our suggestions have aroused your interest and desire to explore.

However you choose to spend your vacation: we at DHL Freight wish you a relaxing holiday season and look forward to working together again soon – to shape the logistics of tomorrow.

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Building smart transport in Moscow

Smart transport is foundational to any smart city; it is a system that wields a vast array of information and communication technologies to improve efficiency, convenience, and safety across a variety of vehicles and infrastructure assets. But it is a daunting undertaking for cities looking to digitize, with hundreds and thousands of citizens taking daily rides that must run smoothly, cleanly, and on time. In this Q&A, Moscow Deputy Mayor for Transport Maksim Liksutov discusses the city’s efforts to develop a smart transport system that Muscovites enjoy using and that anticipates their ever-changing needs.

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McKinsey: Describe Moscow’s transportation challenge and how the city has been addressing it.

Maksim Liksutov: Until 2010, the traffic situation in Moscow was close to critical: the road network had reached maximum capacity, and Moscow had one of the worst road traffic situations in the world. Thus, in 2011 the Government of Moscow and leading Russian and international experts developed the State Program of Moscow Transport Development to 2020. The plan centers on an analysis of large amounts of commuting data to reduce the load on the roads through a strategic approach to upgrades and new construction, as well as the launch of an intelligent transport system (ITS).

The ITS, which controls more than 2,000 video surveillance cameras, 3,700 road detectors, and 6,000 traffic lights, allows us to provide real-time response to traffic situations throughout the city rather than waiting for Muscovites to call emergency responders, law enforcement, or others to resolve issues. The mayor of Moscow was personally involved in developing and implementing the traffic-improvement measures that resulted in a significant reduction in congestion. Despite that, the number of registered private cars in Moscow increased by more than one million since 2010. In fact, according to the TomTom ranking, 1 1. “TomTom traffic index: Moscow,” TomTom, accessed December 4, 2017, www.tomtom.com/en_gb/trafficindex/city/moscow. Moscow was the most congested out of nearly 400 cities in 2010; by 2016, we had moved down to 13th. The traffic speed in Moscow increased by more than 13 percent—from 45 km/h in 2010 to 51 km/h in 2016. Such congestion reduction is among the best in the world.

We still experience congestion during peak traffic hours, but the improvement has been substantial thanks to the ITS, major changes in parking policies, and significant investments in public transportation, such as metro and buses. In 2017, Moscow won the TomTom award for parking, ranking first globally in quality of parking planning.

McKinsey: What steps is Moscow taking to increase use of the public transport system?

Maksim Liksutov: It is difficult for public transport to compete with the comfort of the car, so we set out to ensure public transport is safe, modern, reliable, accessible, and accommodates the needs of each passenger.

First of all, we have been upgrading our vehicle fleet. Since 2010, we have purchased more than 8,000 new ground transportation vehicles and 1,600 new metro train cars, all manufactured domestically. By the end of 2017, the share of new train cars being used on the metro will reach 37 percent, and ground transportation vehicles will be at 90 percent. Today, the average age of urban buses is less than five years, and 98 percent of our ground transportation vehicles are accessible to disabled passengers. The Moscow metro offers a special assistance service, and there are also “social taxis” to help the elderly and the disabled navigate the city.

Second, we have implemented several modern services found in the best transportation systems in the world, including electronic ticketing systems, a city bicycle system, bus lanes, and a regulated taxi industry. Today, more than 85 percent of trips on public transport are paid for with Troika transport cards, which were introduced in 2013 and enable seamless transfers between all types of surface transport. In 2017, Muscovites made 2.3 million city bicycle trips, twice as many as in 2015. Bus lanes ensure that public transport vehicles are given priority in traffic, which has improved the regularity of bus service in central Moscow; annual full-fare trips on surface transit increased from 586 million in 2010 to one billion in 2017. And thanks to high competition and legalization of the market, Moscow’s 47,000 legal taxis have seen a 16-fold increase in ridership since 2010.

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Third, we have been focused on using data to improve the passenger experience and inform our public transport investments. In addition to helping streamline private car usage and traffic conditions, we use the ITS to collect an extensive data set on bus passenger boarding and alighting, frequency and speed, and load on roads and hubs. Mobile data and tracking systems give us an accurate picture of each bus’s movement. This informed our launch of a new bus route network called Magistral, which has given the more than 900,000 people working downtown access to an efficient alternative to metro travel that would require line changes.

Fourth, we sought to improve connectivity between city districts and relieve the load on metro and train stations by building the Moscow Central Ring, which encircles the city center and connects all of our metro rail lines. Within one year of operation, passenger traffic on this circular railway reached 400,000 trips per day.

Finally, we recently introduced a smart closed-circuit television (CCTV) system to ensure passenger safety. The CCTV automatically records and detects potentially dangerous situations, from unusual crowds to lost or abandoned items, and can even recognize faces. We anticipate that the new security system will provide a tenfold improvement in emergency response times for Moscow metro employees.

As a result of these efforts, Muscovites are making the public system their main mode of transport; the number of full-fare trips taken annually increased from 1.9 billion in 2010 to 2.8 billion in 2017. And today, intervals between trains during peak hours on the busiest lines are at 90 seconds, which keeps the system running smoothly. This indicator is a record among the world’s major underground systems. 2 2. Alexey Timofeychev, “18 little known facts about the Moscow Metro,” Russia Beyond the Headlines, January 19, 2016, rbth.com. Indeed, according to a 2016 study by Community of Metros (CoMET), an independent international association, Moscow has one of the world’s top three metro systems for passenger satisfaction with real-time information.

McKinsey: How do you collect passengers’ feedback on their experiences of using transport, and how do you use this feedback to help make decisions?

Maksim Liksutov: No initiative is implemented without considering the views of Muscovites. Moscow has two service centers that receive questions, suggestions, requests, and appeals from more than 5,000 people every week through telephone, internet, or personal contact. We also process all inquiries and suggestions submitted through social media networks.

Our latest tools for interaction with citizens are city transportation network mobile applications, which Muscovites have downloaded 3.5 million times. The apps can be used to plan a trip using public transportation, pay for parking, and find the nearest bike rental station. The “Moscow Assistant” app even allows residents to register parking violations. About 200,000 residents use the app, and more than 230,000 fines were created in 2017.

At the same time, we are constantly improving our data handling with the goal of anticipating the wishes of Muscovites. We use the same advanced analytics and data processing methods as mobile operators and leading internet services. But unlike these groups, we work with a large volume of diverse data that come from metro and bus trips, photo and video recordings of violations, vehicle tracking, tracking of mobile applications, and Wi-Fi use. With this data in hand, we process feedback from passengers and provide relevant and up-to-date information on city events. We can also change the route network, for example, if we see there is a new hub of activity in the city that needs public transport service. We have just started to develop the mechanism, and much remains to be done in this regard.

McKinsey: What are the main problems that arise in the process of smart-city management and use of big data?

Maksim Liksutov: Data protection is a primary concern in the management of any smart city. The introduction of smart technologies involves many risks, and we want to provide the most reliable protection available. This month, the Moscow Center for Traffic Management set up a new protective barrier for the virtual infrastructure of the ITS, including a set of advanced software protection measures that ensure full security. Now our ITS is defended by modern, cyber software and endpoint protection. The solution minimizes the risk of malicious software penetrating the city’s databases and protects against leaks of confidential information and personal data.

McKinsey: What is your vision of Moscow in 2025? How does it fit into the global landscape of smart transport technology?

Maksim Liksutov: To start, we are committed to continuing to increase the convenience of ticketing and payment methods for public transport, exploring methods such as wearable ticketing technology.

In the realm of personalized travel, we recently began testing a new method of pushing information to metro passengers. Given the data obtained from Troika cards, we can recommend to each individual passenger the most convenient ways to use the city’s public transport system (custom-made transport). We hope that in future, personalized information provision will become a convenient tool for managing passenger traffic, and the opportunities of big data will contribute to comfort and safety of Muscovites.

We understand that public transport plays an important role in reducing air pollution and creating a healthy city. As such, in the coming years Moscow intends to become the world leader in the development of electric public transport. With the city’s buses carrying millions of people a day, procurement of an ecofriendly and comfortable fleet is a top priority. We will phase in electric buses over the next few years, and in 2021, Moscow will stop purchasing diesel buses, opting instead for an entirely electric fleet.

And of course, we will continue to create a more convenient route network that stays ahead of Muscovites’ needs by providing buses and adding routes and stops based on what users say and technologies reveal are most needed.

McKinsey: What advice do you have for other city leaders?

Maksim Liksutov: I am not in a position to give it; every city, especially a megacity, is unique. Since we started reforming our transport system later than most world capitals, Moscow has had the opportunity to learn from and apply the experience of cities such as Beijing, London, Singapore, and Tokyo. We are working to implement the best solutions available across the world—and I know other city leaders are working to learn from one another and do the same for their home town.

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Maksim Liksutov is the deputy mayor for transport in Moscow.

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  • The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore collapsed after a container ship collided with it.
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The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore collapsed on Tuesday after a large container ship ran into it, leading to six presumed deaths and millions of dollars in possible damage.

It's still too early to estimate the total economic impact of the disaster, but between the cost of rebuilding the decades-old bridge, compensating the victims' families , and paying out damages for disruptions to the supply chain, the eventual cost of the disaster is expected to be significant.

Who will pay to rebuild the bridge?

President Joe Biden said on Tuesday the federal government should be responsible for paying to reconstruct the damaged Francis Scott Key Bridge.

"It is my intention that the federal government will pay for the entire cost of reconstructing that bridge, and I expect Congress to support my effort," Biden said.

The bridge was built in the 1970s for about $60 million, but the cost of rebuilding it could be 10 times its original price tag, an engineering expert told Sky News. 

Baltimore is among the busiest ports in the nation , with more than a million shipping containers passing through each year. The collapse — which closed the port to all maritime and most road traffic until further notice — is already beginning to wreak havoc on the supply chain.

The cost of building the bridge back fast enough to offset diversions as much as possible could saddle the government with a more than $600 million bill, David MacKenzie, the chair of the engineering and architecture consultancy COWIfonden, told Sky News.

Who will pay for damages to the ship and its cargo?

The container ship, the Dali , is owned by a Singapore-based firm. The ship's charterer, Maersk, confirmed to Business Insider that vessel company Synergy Group operates the ship. 

However, the companies with cargo aboard the Dali could ultimately be responsible for some of the ship's damages and cargo costs, according to Ryan Petersen , the CEO of the supply-chain-logistics company Flexport, which had two containers on the ship.

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The Dali was carrying 330 containers that must now be rerouted, Petersen said in an X thread.

An ancient maritime law known as " general average " dictates that companies with even a single container aboard a ship split certain damages pro rata based on the number of containers they had on board, ensuring all the stakeholders benefiting from the voyage are splitting the risk, Petersen said.

General average situations can occur when a ship is stranded or when cargo is damaged or thrown overboard to save the vessel, according to Flexport . The concept helps ensure that all parties who have a vested interest in the vessel share the cost and concern of protecting it.

It's too soon to know whether damages incurred to free the Dali in the coming days will qualify as a case of general average.

Who will pay for everything else?

The majority of the financial fallout is likely to lay primarily with the insurance industry, according to media reports.

Industry experts told the Financial Times that insurers could pay out losses for bridge damage, port disruption, and any loss of life.

The collapse could drive "one of the largest claims ever to hit the marine (re)insurance market," John Miklus, the president of the American Institute of Marine Underwriters, told Insurance Business.

He told the outlet that the loss of revenue from tolls while the bridge is being rebuilt will be expensive, as will any liability claims from deaths or injuries.

The Dali is covered by the Britannia Steam Ship Insurance Association Ltd., known as Britannia P&I Club, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence.

In a statement to Business Insider, Britannia said it was "working closely with the ship manager and relevant authorities to establish the facts and to help ensure that this situation is dealt with quickly and professionally."

Britannia is one of 12 mutual insurers included in the International Group of P&I Clubs, which maintains more than $3 billion of reinsurance cover, sources familiar with the matter told Insurance Business.

Britannia itself is liable for the first $10 million in damages, both FT and Insurance Business reported. Whatever remains is dealt with by the wider mutual insurance group and Lloyd's of London, a reinsurance market in the UK, the FT reported.

Update: March 28, 2024 — This story has been updated to include additional information about general average and clarify that it is too soon to know whether general average will apply in the case of the Dali.

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