Mechel is committed to maximum efficiency in its transportation operations and actively develops its own logistics.
The company’s logistics division includes two sea ports and one river port, as well as transport operators. Use of Mechel’s own transport capacities enables the Group to reduce costs. The company is hedged against transport market fluctuations and can establish flexible delivery schedules best suited to clients’ needs.
- Mechel Trans Auto
- Trade Port Posiet
- Port Mechel Temryuk
- Port Kambarka
Moscow, Russian Federation
Mecheltrans focuses on shipping cargo by railroad, automobile and water, as well as offering dispatcher services. The company’s principal activity is organizing transport within Russia as well as export and import.Show more
Chelyabinsk, Russian Federation
Mechel Trans Auto is a modern enterprise which provides automobile transport and expedition services to both Mechel Group and other companiesShow more
Primorye Region, Russian Federation
Trade Port Posiet, situated on the Japanese Sea coast south of Vladivostok, handles coal supplies to Pacific Asia. It is linked by rail to the Trans-Siberian Railroad.Show more
Krasnodar Region, Russian Federation
Port Mechel Temryuk is situated on the Taman coast, where the Kuban River falls into the Azov Sea, some 4 kilometers away from the Krasnodar Region’s town of Temryuk. It is Russia’s southernmost port on the Azov Sea.Show more
Udmurt Republic, Russian Federation
Port Kambarka is a major port in the Kama River basin, 400 km downriver from the city of Perm, shipping metal products, coal, sand, crushed stone, rubble and other cargo.Show more
Logistics enterprises are under the administration of Mecheltrans Managing Company OOO.
Mechel’s products are transported all over Russia and the CIS as well as further abroad. Cargo is expedited to Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific. The transported cargo is mostly coal and iron ore concentrate, steel products, coke. Cargo is transported by rail with subsequent transshipment in ports and delivery to end consumers by river in Russia and Europe as well as by sea and truck.