On July 20, Transport Minister of the Russian Federation Vitaly Savelyev signed a Directive on Formation of the Organising Committee for the NEVA 2021 International Exhibition and Conference for Commercial Shipping, Shipbuilding, Ports, Offshore Development and Oceanography, which is scheduled to take place on September 21-24 in St. Petersburg.
The Organising Committee, to be co-chaired by Vitaly Savelyev and St. Petersburg Governor Alexander Beglov, will be staffed with more than 40 representatives of the relevant ministries and agencies, the St. Petersburg City Government, and the industry’s leading companies and associations, including Alexander Poshivay – Deputy Transport Minister of the Russian Federation, Oleg Ryazantsev – Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, Maxim Sokolov – St. Petersburg Vice Governor, Sergey Buyanov – General Director of the Central Order of the Red Banner of Labour Research & Development and Design & Engineering Institute of the Maritime Fleet JSC, Yury Gilts – Managing Director of Volga Shipping JSC, Evgeny Ditrich – General Director of the State Transport Leasing Company (GTLK) JSC, Aleksey Oryshchenko – General Director of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise Academician I.V. Gorynin Central Research Institute for Structural Materials “Prometey” at the National Research Centre “Kurchatov Institute”, Aleksey Rakhmanov – President of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) JSC, Vyacheslav Ruksha – Deputy General Director/Director of the Northern Sea Route Directorate at State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom, Sergey Frank – Chairman of the Board of Directors at Sovcomflot PJSC and Ilya Shestakov – Director of the Federal Fisheries Agency of the Russian Federation.
The NEVA Exhibition is the largest commercial shipping exhibition in Eastern Europe and the EAEU and is one of the industry’s ten-biggest international exhibitions. The last exhibition, which took place in 2019, featured the participation of more than 654 companies from 29 countries worldwide. The exposition and business programme were attended by 25,000 industry specialists.
Directive by the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation