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Transportation and logistics

JSC Techsnabexport carries out its nuclear activities related to the handling of nuclear material in transit under Rostechnadzor’s licence No. GN-05-401-2586, granted on 31.01.2012. The Company focuses on minimising the delivery time of products, the improvement of the delivery’s reliability, and transportation cost reduction.

Since 2008, JSC Techsnabexport in contracting has shifted to predominantly DDU

Terms of delivery whereby the seller’s responsibility ceases upon delivery of the goods to a specified location in the buyer’s country. Prior to that, all costs and risks in delivering the goods (duties, taxes, etc.), responsibility for loss or damage of the goods, with the exception of customs duties and other
, DDP

Terms of delivery whereby the seller’s responsibility ceases upon delivery of the goods at the agreed place in the buyer’s country. Prior to that, all costs and risks in delivering the goods (duties, taxes, etc.), responsibility for loss or damage of the goods, and customs duties and other formalities, are borne by the seller.
18, or book transfer to a customer’s destination in order to enhance the quality of nuclear material transportation services.
Where the contract terms provide for natural uranium transfer to the Company for processing, it is carried out on the ExW

Ex Works. Terms of delivery whereby the seller’s duties and responsibility cease upon making the goods available at his premises or warehouse to the buyer. The seller is not responsible for loading the goods onto the vehicle and customs clearance of the goods for export.
basis at the place of the plant where the customer’s material is stored.

In the reporting year, the Company’s shipments by sea were predominantly carried out through the St. Petersburg seaport. At the seaport, JSC SPb IZOTOP was engaged to forward the freight.

JSC Techsnabexport successfully fulfilled the 2013 export-import deliveries programme. To this end, it engaged foreign freight forwarding companies (FFFCs

Foreign Transport and Forwarding Companies
) that had all of the required permits for nuclear material shipment, and licensed carriers by sea. In the reporting year, 34 EUP deliveries were carried out under contracts with FFFCs

Foreign Transport and Forwarding Companies
. This number included eight merged shipments of two batches each that saved approximately €570,000.

In the reporting year, the Company’s shipments by sea were predominantly carried out through the St. Petersburg seaport. At the seaport, JSC SPb IZOTOP was engaged to forward the freight.

In the reporting year, the Company provided charity support of RUR 7 million to the administration of the Kuzmolovskoye settlement in the Vsevozhsky District of the Leningrad Region. The assistance was used to repair a poor-condition road section to the JSC SPb IZOTOP site. The action was made in terms of the cooperative agreement signed between ROSATOM and the Leningrad Region Government as part of the preparations for events marking the completion of HEU-LEU Programme deliveries.

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