Cargo Airport Construction Project14 may 2011
LLC “Multimodal complex Ust-Luga” and Lenaeroproject designing institute represented a construction project of Ust-Luga Cargo Airport at the booth of the RF Transport Ministry at Transport Logistic Exhibition in Munich, Germany. The exhibition took place from May 10, 2011 to May 13, 2011.
International community was presented with a concept and a model of the first specialized cargo airport in Russia that would be able to accommodate all types of cargo aircraft. The construction project of Ust-Luga Cargo Airport was a part of largest Ust-Luga Multimodal Complex. The complex had been formed on the western border of Russia. It was a unique transport logistic hub uniting air, road, railway and sea modes of transport.
LLC “Multimodal complex Ust-Luga” and ISL (Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics, Germany) presented a development project of an industrial and logistics zone at the booth united under the aegis of Bremen port. This zone was located 700 m far from the border of Ust-Luga Port. The project envisaged creation of an industrial business park, a dry port, warehouses and an industrial cluster.
The project of Ust-Luga Multimodal Complex received positive responses from the foreign and Russian companies working in the field of air, sea and land cargo transportation. Several foreign companies actively working in Russia expressed their interest in cooperation with our company to develop this project. General evaluation of Ust-Luga Multimodal Complex project was positive by both participants and visitors of the exhibition.
Note: Transport Logistic (www.transportlogistic.de) is the world’s largest exhibition for transport and logistics that has taken place biennially since 1978. Transport Logistic 2011 was accompanied by Air Cargo Europe 2011 that was the world’s greatest business event for air cargo. The exhibition area was more than 100 thousand square meters. 1893 exhibitors from 134 countries took part in it. The number of visitors amounted to more than 51 thousand people.