Railway division UCL Rail
 UCL Holding:
Shipping and shipbuilding division VBTH
Stevedoring division UCL Port
   be a leader in profitability of the business
   We strive to achieve leading positions in Russian transportation businesses
About 158 thousand railcars
 Railway division UCL Rail
14% of freight turnover by railway in Russia
World leading private freight railway operator
5 operators in Russian sea ports
Handling of dry and liquid cargoes, containers
34.1 mln t turnover in 2016
 Stevedoring division UCL Port
3 shipping companies - leaders in river and river-sea freight transportation
14.4 mln t of cargo shipped in 2016
267 vessel - freight fleet of the division
Transportation of dry, liquid, project cargo and equipment
Shipping and shipbuilding division VBTH
Modern Russian shipyard
33 vessels built in 2011-2016
Construction of river and river-sea cargo vessels
Shipping and shipbuilding division VBTH
23.6 mln t of cargoes handled in 2016
Wide range of cargoes, including project cargo and equipment
Handling and forwarding services

Latest news

06.04.2017
V.F. Tanker Ltd. (part of UCL Holding) has been announced the winner in the Industry Leader competition held by the Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transport in the nominated category “Best Shipping Company” among Russian cargo carriers engaged in overseas transportation of liquid bulk cargoes.
28.02.2017
In 2016, the ships operated by V.F. Tanker (part of UCL Holding) have carried 3.5 mln tons of cargo. During the accounting period the average shipping distance was reduced, which resulted in retention of the company’s cargo turnover at the level of 2015 amounting to 4.5 bln t/km.
28.02.2017
In 2016 JSC “Container terminal Saint-Petersburg” (CTSP, member of UCL Holding) spent over 9,8 million  rubles on the social, environmental and charity programs.
15.02.2017
In 2016 JSC “Container terminal Saint-Petersburg” (CTSP, member of UCL Holding) invested approximately 1,5 billion rubles into the terminal development program. The company increased funding 2,3 times (compared to 2015) to purchase the new handling equipment and finance the port infrastructure.

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