History

2020

Delo Group consolidated 99.6% of PJSC TransContainer, the Russian intermodal container operator that manages the largest fleet of containers and flatcars.

2019

The State Corporation Rosatom acquired a 30% stake in Management Company “Delo” for the joint development of the Group’s logistics business.

2019

Delo Group won the auction on acquisition of 50% plus two shares of PJSC TransContainer.

2019

Opening of the unique deep-water berth No. 38 at the NUTEP Container Terminal.

2019

Global Ports and Royal Vopak sold their 100% effective share ownership in AS Vopak E.O.S. to Liwathon.

2019

Global Ports unites the management teams of Petrolesport and First Container Terminal as part of its strategy to prioritise operating efficiency and optimise the Group’s asset base.

2018

Launch of the Ruskon-4 container terminal based on the acquired Terminal Service Logistics (TSL).

2018

Service Company “Delo” (“DeloPorts”) received two new tugboats ASD Tug 2310 from Damen Shipyards Group: “Delovoy-4” and “Delovoy-5”.

2018

Global Ports completed sale of the inland terminal JSC «Logistika-Terminal» to PJSC TransContainer.

2018

Delo Group acquires 30.75% stake in Global Ports.

2017

Integration of Transport Corporation into RUSCON.

2017

Purchased three tugboats for Service Company “Delo” and began providing tugboat services.

2016

Ruscon acquires SLG-Operating, Russia's warehousing service provider.

2016

Additional tug services as part of the new service company Delo on the platform of TOS bunkering company.

2016

Management Company “Delo” set up.

2016

RUSCON financial statements are prepared in accordance with IFRS.

2015

DeloPorts debut Ruble bond placement.

2015

Delo Group consolidates its stevedore assets and the bunkering company in the Russian holding OOO “DeloPorts” in Novorossiysk.

2015

Assignment of initial credit ratings to DeloPorts: BB- (Fitch) and B+ (S&P).

2014

Approval of the DeloPorts investment program for further development till 2017.

2013

Strategic partnership with international agriculture company: 25% shares of KSK sold to Cargill.

2013

Sale of oil products complex NNK to Gazpromneft.

2013

Construction and launch of the specialized Ro-Ro complex at KSK.

2013

Completion of the 2nd stage of KSK Grain Terminal construction: capacity increase to 3.5 million tons per year, introduction of railway grain reception.

2013

Launch of own 5-track onsite railway yard at DeloPorts terminals simultaneous reception of two block trains, unloading and dispatching at NUTEP.

2013

DeloPorts completes the first stage of its investment program – annual dry cargo throughput capacities increased to 9 million tonnes.

2012

Stevedore assets and the bunkering services company of Delo Group consolidated into a DeloPorts Limited. Consolidated financial statements prepared in accordance with IFRS and audited by PWC.

2012

Launch of NNK oil products transhipment complex with throughput capacity of 400 thous. tonnes per year.

2012

Completion of the 1st development stage of KSK Grain Terminal: capacity increased to 2 million tonnes of grain per year.

2011

Construction of the inland oil products terminal and the port oil products transhipment complex.

2010

RUSCON invests in the development of inland container terminals in the Moscow region and the north-west of Russia.

2010

Technical modernization of NUTEP with throughput capacities increased to 350 thous. TEUs. Delo Group consolidates 100% of NUTEP.

2007

Delo Group acquires the adjacent to NUTEP “Kombinat “Stroykomplekt” (KSK) to start construction of a modern grain terminal ZAO KSK.

2007

Transport Corporation expands its geography and offers integrated transportation and railway freight forwarding services across Russia and the CIS.

2003

RUSCON invests in the development of inland terminals in the South of Russia.

2002

Greenfield construction and launch of the specialized container terminal OOO «NUTEP» in the south-eastern cargo district of Novorossiysk port.

2002

RUSCON enters the St. Petersburg market of freight forwarding and cargo transportation.

1999

Launch of the first RUSCON container train Novorossiysk – Moscow.

1997

Creation of “Transport Corporation” AO (TC), a railway freight forwarder.

1993

Establishment of the freight forwarding company in the port of Novorossiysk – OOO “Delo” – inception of Delo Group. Establishment of the line agency Forcon that laid foundation for RUSCON Group – a pioneer of container transportation in Novorossiysk.