Moscow, Russia, June 29, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- The II interregional forum-exhibition "Logistics of the Chernozem Region-2018" was held within the framework of the XI Voronezh Industrial Forum, on May 22-23, 2018.
More than 60 companies from Germany and various cities of Russia took part in the exhibition: Voronezh, Krasnodar, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Lipetsk, Kursk, Novovoronezh, Omsk. Over two days, more than 5940 people visited the event.
Aleksey Besprozvannykh - the deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, Alexander Gusev, acting governor of the Voronezh region, Maxim Fateev vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation and other representatives of state and private structures took part in the opening ceremony.
ACEX Logistics Alliance was invited by the organizers as an expert community of Russian logistics cluster for one of the sessions of the Forum, a conference on logistics, dedicated to the automation of various logistics processes.
According ACEX Board Director Miroslav Zolotarev, the presented cases reflect the trends of logistics processes that are relevant in the region.
Alexander Gelbling, regional manager of CIS and Baltic countries of BITO LAGERTECHNIK (Germany), disclosed the topic of robotization of the warehouse, the use of machines to perform warehouse operations for the goods delivery. He told about a new German technology, which has no production and use in Russia.
Maria Mishieva, Head of Sales CUPOL spoke about the automation of tracking the location of commercial vehicles, controlling fuel consumption.
Ruslan Musyakaev, General Director of "Black Earth Omnikomm" said in his speech on the state of the automation of commercial vehicles management processes. It was about maintaining its serviceability and efficiency, timely replacement of it, based on resource capacity.
Maksim Danilin, marketing and development director of LLC "S2B GROUP" spoke about the automation of the commercial activities of the cargo-owner enterprises in choosing the optimal carrier or several truckers to perform their tasks of planning and executing motor transport deliveries.
During the Forum, Miroslav Zolotarev held meetings with representatives of Russian Railways on client service cargo delivery. The talks were held with Alexander Belevich, the head of the Voronezh airport on the use of the airport as an inter-regional hub for export-oriented companies of Voronezh, Lipetsk and other neighboring regions.
The leading Russian airlines operate flights to Voronezh: Aeroflot and S7 with a large international coverage network, as well as foreign airlines like Turkish airlines with the most extensive global network. This gives a good chance to the Voronezh air hub to become an interregional hub of the Chernozem region.
Andrey Andreev, LANKS logistics director, ACEX member in Voronezh, was a co-organizer of the business program of the forum. Together with the co-founders of the Voronezh Logistics Alliance, Andrey Andreev and Elena Sidorova, Miroslav Zolotarev held a number of joint meetings with cargo owners, including the logistics department of Pirelli, the leading manufacturer of automobile tires for the Russian market, as well as for the markets of Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Prospects for developing relations and providing solutions for transport are outlined.
The forums were supported by the largest industry and regional mass media: Kommersant, RIA Voronezh, De Facto, ABIREG, GTRK, Russia 24, Russia 1, Man of Cause, Business Journal. Black Earth, Chef. First persons, Insider and many others.