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Globaltrans Investment Ltd.

Globaltrans Investment Ltd.

Sector: Railroads Line-haul Operating Region: Russian Federation


: | London Stock Exchange: GLTR | Frankfurt Stock Exchange: G23A


Globaltrans is a leading private freight rail transportation group with operations in Russia, the CIS and the Baltics. We focus on the transportation of key industrial freight including metallurgical cargoes, oil products and oil, coal and various construction materials. Globaltrans is a pure play freight rail operator with advanced logistics, high fleet utilisation and low Empty Runs. Globaltrans has a Total Fleet of 65,808 units of rolling stock as of 31 December 2013. The Group has a one of the most modern fleets in industry with the average age of about eight years[1]. Universal gondola cars and rail tank cars constitute the backbone of the Group's fleet. About 93% of the Total Fleet is owned by the Group. Established blue-chip client base. Our clients include many of Russia's leading blue chip companies, including major industrial groups in metals and mining and oil products and oil industries. We have strong credentials as a fast growing company focused on opportunistic return oriented business expansion. The resilience of our business model is underpinned by the Group's balanced fleet of universal gondola cars and rail tank cars as well as long-term service contracts with large metallurgical clients. Consistently high, stable margins with Adjusted EBITDA Margin of 46%* in 2013. Dividend policy of distributing at least 30% of the imputed consolidated net profit. Globaltrans strategy is to deliver sustainable long-term growth throughout the economic cycle. We have strong credentials as a fast growing company with a proven track record of producing robust results and delivering on promises. Listed on the London Stock Exchange Main Market. Globaltrans was the first freight rail group with operations focusing on Russia to go public on an international stock exchange. Global Depositary Receipts have been listed since 2008. Free float exceeds 50%.

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Executives

Mr.Alexander Eliseev, Chairman
Alexander Eliseev co-founded Globaltrans with Sergey Maltsev and has been actively involved in reforming the Russian rail market and introducing market-based principles in rail transportation. He has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Globaltrans since 2008. He is also Chairman of the Boards of the New Forwarding Company and Sevtekhnotrans, which are both subsidiaries of Globaltrans. Mr. Eliseev has spent 15 years working in senior management positions, mostly in the rail sector. He holds a degree in Biophysics.
Mr. Sergey Maltsev, Chief Executive Officer
Sergey Maltsev co-founded Globaltrans and is one of the instrumental players in the development of the private freight rail market in Russia. He has served as CEO and member of the Group’s Board of Directors since 2008. Mr. Maltsev is a third-generation railwayman and has spent more than 25 years working in the rail sector. He has been recognized for his contribution to the development of the rail industry by being made an ‘Honored Railwayman of Russia’. Mr. Maltsev has served as Chairman of the presidium of the non-profit partnership ‘Council of Railway Operators Market’.
Mr. Alexander Shenets, Chief Financial Officer
Alexander Shenets is the CFO of Globaltrans and has served in this capacity since the Group’s establishment. Mr. Shenets has 11 years’ experience in senior finance positions, mostly gained within the rail sector. He previously held positions at a number of transportation companies. He holds a degree in Applied Mathematics from Moscow State University. He also has a PhD in Philosophy from Bauman Moscow State University and an MBA from the Graduate School of Business Administration at Moscow State University.

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