Vostok1520 holds its leading position in rolling stock fleet performance
Performance is calculated using indicators for turnover and active fleet, identifying the amount of useful work done by the cars. It is one of the most important indicators of operator efficiency. The company’s technological solutions, involving the decision to introduce a next-generation fleet and taking into account specific aspects of transportation towards each destination, have allowed it to hold onto its leading position in the railway operator sector for an extended period. The new cars, which come with improved technical specifications and economic advantages, help to eradicate idle time, ensure a high level of fail-safe performances, and reduce instances of uncoupling during running repairs. For comparison, cars of this type undergo one scheduled repair and five to six running repairs per million kilometres travelled. Standard models undergo six scheduled repairs and 12–15 running repairs. The high volume of useful work ensures that a regular flow of rolling stock can be provided for freight owners, allowing for timely loading and unloading and reducing the burden on the transport infrastructure.
Vostok1520 kept seventh place in INFOLine’s overall rating of the top 30 operators.
May 27, 2019
Axle load increase an essential condition for the development of Transsib and Baikal-Amur Mainline
Vladimir Sosipatorov, Managing Director of Vostok1520, explained how to resolve the issue of maximum traffic capacity in the Eastern Section of the Trans-Siberian Railway at the 5th Transsib in the Euro-Asian Transportation System: New Opportunities and Perspectives Business Forum, which took place in Tokyo on 23–24 May 2019.
April 29, 2019
Vostok1520 joins OSJD
Vostok1520 was awarded Associated Enterprise membership of the Organization for Cooperation of Railways (OSJD).
April 16, 2019
Balanced development of port capacities impossible without corresponding changes to railway infrastructure
The potential for developing land transport infrastructure can be increased through technological improvements to how empty rolling stock is dealt with.