Alexander Global Logistics (AGL) are very much engaged in project cargo and heavy lift business in Russia and have an in-depth knowledge of the market in the country with their specific project forwarding division and their recently added pulp & paper division for imports from Russia to all over the world.
Director of Projects at AGL, Jürgen Weyhausen states; “Despite the current decrease of transport volumes seen in the overall Russian market, AGL have managed to keep business in our two niches on a good and high level. As a consequence, AGL has now opened a new sales & marketing office in Moscow headed by Oleg Kutlovsky, who has 30 years’ experience in forwarding for both general and project cargo in Russia.
The main Russian office of AGL in St. Petersburg will continue to take care of all day-to-day operations. The St. Petersburg office is headed by Ilya Zaytsev with Yuri Nasonov and Alexey Dubinin in assistance for any customer’s demands.
AGL has also recently established a new sales and operations office in Russia’s Far East Region, located in Vladivostok. Russia’s Far East is a region with good business prospects on the one side and on the other side, AGL will handle our China – Russia business from there.” The Vladivostok office is staffed by an experienced team headed by Anatoly Zaitsev (Branch Manager – photographed above), Sergey Ivanyuk (Manager) and Vitaly Morozov (Customs Manager).
Alexander Global Logistics are PCN members representing Germany, Mongolia and Russia.
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