SUEK’s enterprises adjoined to 16-railroad stations of five railroads – branches of JSC “Russian Railways”: West Siberian, Krasnoyarsk, East Siberian, Zabaykalsk, Far Eastern. The vast geography makes SUEK not only Russia's biggest shipper but also provides most convenient access to energy infrastructure inside Russia and for other consumers of coal products.
Access to ports of Far East, North-West and Azov-Black Sea basin allows SUEK to ensure products export to all currently existing destinations as well as to develop new markets.
Company’s own railway infrastructure and park of locomotives at all enterprises, managed by a team of professionals to SUEK’s highest standards what allows loading up to 5 500 rail cars per day.
SUEK devotes special attention to transportation technology process and constant improvement of logistics: high routing percentage and substantial fleet of high-capacity cars enables efficient operation in the midst of infrastructure constraints. The company’s own network of railcar repair facilities permits to carry out current repairs of railcars without being transferred to depots remote from loading stations.
NTC operates one of the largest fleets of rail cars in Russia owned by SUEK Group (more than 53 000 railcars in management, 65% of which are high-capacity cars). The fleet meets SUEK’s transportation needs by more than 80%.
In addition to railcar assets, SUEK Group owns its own modern seaports, providing SUEK with access to international markets: Daltransugol (Vanino Bulk Terminal) and Maly Port in the East of Russia, Murmansk Commercial Seaport, Murmansk Bulk Terminal and Tuapse Bulk Terminal in the West of Russia. The National Transport Company as well operates the ports.