For the first three months ending on 31 March 2014, the company's total revenue increased by 14.4% to RUR 8,415 million, operating profits increased by 4.0% to RUR 1,236 million and EBITDA grew by 6.9% to RUR 2,171 million compared to the same period of 2013.
Federal Freight's net profit amounted to RUR 1,068 million, representing a 8.09% increase compared to the 1st quarter of 2013.
Adjusted EBITDA margin increased to 44.7% in the 1st quarter of 2014 compared to 41.9% for the same period of 2013, while the net profit margin improved to 22.0% from 20.2% respectively.
The company’s total assets were RUR 44,540 million as of 31 March 2014, total debt was RUR 7,380 million, 0.8% down since 31 December 2013.
Transportation volumes during the reporting period increased by 1.9% to 349 00 Twenty-Foot Equivalent containers (TEUs).
Availability of storage capacity
10 bonded warehousing yards for containerised cargo storage pending customs clearance.
We have a broad client base exceeding 200,000 customers, ranging from large multi-national corporations to small and medium-size enteprises, approximately 20,000 of which are regular customers.
We serve all the major industries which use container transportation services, including the metallurgical, chemical, pulp and paper and automotive sectors, as well as food and beverage, consumer electronics and household appliances.
Container transportation by rail:
- 26,305 flatcars
- 62,367 high capacity containers
Freight forwarding and logistics:
- 134 sales offices in Russia
- 14 agent offices
- 8 representative offices abroad
Terminal and agent services:
- 46 container terminal throughout Russia
- 18 railway stations in Kazakhstan (JSC Kedentransservice)
- 1 terminal in Slovakia (Dobra)
- 10 bonded warehouses
- 238 lifting equipment units
- 322 trucks
- 509 semi-trailers
- 35 lorries
(as of 31 December 2013)
- broad geographical presence
- transportation of cargo over 3,000 km
- timely execution and delivery
- shipment without standing time or delays
- flexible pricing policy