CQR Riga starts exporting local produce in a bid to promote their export activities

Rinosta Shipping Agency is presently exporting a range of items such as fishmeal, organic fertilizer, plywood, and wooden furniture

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Rinosta Shipping Agency, Conqueror member in Riga, Latvia, has recently ventured into export cargo deliveries from several countries in Northern Europe to all over the world.

Rinosta Shipping Agency which has been in the market for more than 25 years, has established good relations with the local producers which is one of the primary reasons behind their export cargo delivery venture.

Throughout the 25 years we have been in the logistics business and we have handled quite a lot of export cargo deliveries originating from several North European countries. Presently we are exporting peat moss, fishmeal, plywood, and wooden furniture and we’d like to use this opportunity to offer these products to interested partners and their local markets,” says Mr. Kirill Gordeev of Rinosta Shipping.

Mr. Gordeev further adds, “We’d be happy to provide our partners with the most competitive prices from the best local producers. As you could see during the conferences, we are happy to cooperate and we welcome all prospects of mutual business expansion!”

Congratulations to Rinosta Shipping Agency on their new export delivery venture!

CQR Riga and Klaipeda successfully delivers 1500 wagons of UZBEK HDPE

The shipments were transported from Nukus region in Uzbekistan via their warehouse in the Port of Riga to several destinations across the EU and beyond 

On 20 October 2018, Rinosta Shipping Agency, our Conqueror member in Klaipeda (Lithuania) and Riga (Latvia), delivered their 1500th wagon of Uzbek HDPE via their warehouse in the port of Riga.

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As noted by Alexander Gordeev, the Managing Director of Rinosta: “Through careful process integration and a thought out approach, the project proved to be a tremendous success, bearing in mind the complex nature of such business and the specificity of the HDPE market.”

Usually, goods from Central Asia are delivered by rail to Rinosta’s warehouse in the Port of Riga, from where they are distributed and delivered across the EU and the rest of the world. This time the efficiency and commitment of Rinosta were put to the test with the HDPE Project, but the challenge was accomplished with flying colours.

“As unusual as it might sound, the remote areas of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan are very easy to reach from the Baltic region of the EU,” adds Mr. Gordeev.

Congratulations to Rinosta Shipping Agency on the delivery of the 1500th wagon!

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