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SEATTLE, Aug. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Lynden International, a full-service freight forwarding and logistics company, is celebrating its 20th anniversary of doing business in Russia. AmRusTrans, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lynden with offices in Moscow and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, has been operating in Russia since 1993. It offers shipping to, from and within Russia including air, ocean, rail, truck and barge capabilities.
"We are proud of our long-standing presence in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and look forward to serving our international customers in this region for many years to come," says Lynden International President David Richardson. "We offer turn-key solutions for any transportation or logistics need and understand the unique challenges of doing business with government agencies, carriers and customers. Over two decades, we have honed our services, completed many projects and are now considered the experts in Russian transportation and logistics services."
According to Pavel Mayorov, AmRusTrans Station Manager in Moscow, Lynden's local service and knowledgeable staff set it apart from competitors. "Our team knows Russia's business practices and government regulations, and we have established relationships with air, ocean and ground carriers and industry experts," he explains. "We routinely coordinate air and ocean shipments from global locations to St. Petersburg and other points in Russia."
Lynden serves a variety of industries – from retail to oil and gas – providing a wide range of expertise to, from, and within Russia and the CIS. Services include intra-country and international import and export services plus a staff well-versed in Russian documentation regulations. Lynden's array of services, including moving heavy equipment, warehousing and cross-docking, help customers reduce the risk of delays and added expenses.
Lynden International is one of the Lynden family of companies, whose combined capabilities include: worldwide air and ocean forwarding, third-party logistics, trade show shipping, shipping throughout North America, truckload and less-than-truckload transportation, scheduled and charter barges, intermodal bulk chemical hauls, scheduled and chartered Hercules L-382 cargo aircraft and multi-modal logistics.
Dorene Kolb, Director, Marketing & Sales Support Lynden