Cargo delivery services from the UAE to Russia is going forward at a steady gait, taking into account that Russia is by far the largest country in the world by land area and it occupies more than one-eighth of the Earth's inhabited land area – 146.7 million inhabitants living in the Federation. Delivery from the United Arab Emirates to Russia is one of the main priority-driven destinations for World Post. With a broad expanse of territory, Russia has a well-developed infrastructure that empowers our company to establish transparent and clear delivery framework from Emirates to the Russian country. Moreover, the Russian government has recently launched six-year modernization plan and is going to invest billions of US dollars in the country's highways, airports, railways, ports and other transport infrastructure that only strengthen ties between the UAE and Russia.
How does World Post deliver from the UAE to Russia?
World Post cargo delivery company does it best to satisfy logistics needs of clients and offers high- quality shipping services from Emirates to Russia. We have helped numerous partners from Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan and Chelyabinsk and more others to extend their business potential, enjoy full diversity of the most progressive markets and experience unbelievable growth. With World Post, clients do not need to worry about cargo shipping – the freight will be delivered on time and at the indicated place.
World Post provides a full range of delivery services for cargo transportation from the UAE to the Russian Federation. We offer the following types of cargo delivery from Emirates to Russia:
- air freight
- sea freight
Air Freight from the UAE to Russia
World Post provides fast and reliable air freight service from the United Arab Emirates to the Russia cities. Being the largest country in the world – it is by far 400 times bigger than, for instance, the Netherlands and Switzerland – Russia has a wide range of the airports with cargo terminals that comply with the world’s highest standards. The largest airports of Russia are Sheremetyevo (Moscow), Domodedovo (Moscow), Vnukovo (Moscow), Pulkovo (Saint Petersburg), Koltsovo (Ekaterinburg), Tolmachevo (Novosibirsk), Yemelyanovo (Krasnoyarsk).
Sheremetyevo International AirportSheremetyevo International Airport is the largest airport in the Russian Federation with the biggest cargo terminal in the country. It is situated in the Khimki city, 29 km northwest of central Moscow. The newest cargo terminal, which is equipped with the world’s best storage and operations systems, handles up to 1 million tons per year. Thanks to the implemented innovative technologies, it serves cargo of all categories, including oversized, dangerous, live, and valuable and even special cargo.
Novosibirsk Tolmachevo AirportNovosibirsk International Airport (Tolmachevo) is the busiest freight airport in Russia and is the largest beyond the Urals. Being situated 16 km west of Novosibirsk, it handles freight flights between Europe and Asia. The developed infrastructure of Novosibirsk has contributed to Tolmachevo and set it up as a major air transportation hub. The modern cargo terminal at Novosibirsk International Airport serves all types of cargo that are not prohibited to deliver by air. Annually the airport has a cargo turnover of more than 50,000 tones.
Ekaterinburg International Airport KoltsovoKoltsovo International Airport is situated at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, 16 km southeast of the Ekaterinburg city. It is considered one of Russia’s leading airports, taking into account passenger and freight traffic. Koltsovo cargo terminal occupies an area of 19,000 m2 with 14,000 m2 of storage facilities. It handles all cargo categories, including valuable, hazardous and freight that requires special temperature conditions for storage.
Sea freight from the UAE to Russia
World Post benefits from the geographical position of both Emirates and Russia that has allowed to establish convenient sea freight service. Russia stretches from the Baltic Sea in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east, and from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Black Sea and the Caucasus in the south. The Federation has a vast variety of small and big-sized sea ports. The biggest ports are located in St. Petersburg, Novorossiysk, Vladivostok, Kaliningrad and Murmansk.
Port of VladivostokThe freight port of Vladivostok is the most southeastern seaport in Russia, which lays on the coasts of the Golden Horn in the Sea of Japan, and represents country's gateway to the Orient. The port itself provides an easy access to China, Korea and Japan, making it a perfect cargo transportation hub with more than 246,000 m2 of total port’s area. It serves 10 container lines, 4 Ro-Ro and 2 passenger’s lines. Vladivostok has been granted Free Port status for the next 70 years that brings benefits to the international trade.
Port of KaliningradThe port of Kaliningrad is the nearest port in Russia to Mainland Europe on the Baltic Sea. Thanks to its advantageous geographical location, it provides the closest reach to other ports of Europe, such as: Copenhagen, Tallinn and Helsinki. The freight port is situated in the Russian Special Economic Zone of Kaliningrad, and it offers enhanced infrastructure with up-to-date cargo handling equipment and freight machinery. The annual cargo turnover amounts to more than 14 million tons.
Port of MurmanskThe port of Murmansk is situated beyond the Arctic Circle on the shores of the Barents Sea and is considered the biggest Russian port in terms of cargo turnover. Over 20 million tons of sea freight are going through Murmansk per year. Murmansk Port infrastructure plays an important role at maritime international trade market, connecting the Russian federation to North America and the Far East.
World Post cargo delivery service in Russia
If you have any questions regarding cargo delivery from the UAE to the Russian Federation, you can contact our managers at any convenient time.
Our contacts in Russia:
- Contact persons: Kseniia
- Phone\ WhatsApp\ Telegram: +971 (56) 9-22-99-77
- Skype: world-post
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday – Thursday 09:00 – 18:00
Friday – Saturday 10:00 – 16:00