About company

GTI corporate center increases a long-term cost of a managed business-portfolio for shareholders. Thus, we implement reliable management tools followed with appropriate support, performing strategic and investment control of the Group’s companies.

Working with a total commitment, the company is continuously monitoring all the innovations of the transport industry, keeping the contacts and sharing intellectual and technological experience with world leading companies, adopting innovative experience and becoming a part of the cutting-egde transport links.Running the business, we build and strengthen a priceless society of talented people as well as cultural and business relations all over the world.

The international group of companies Global Transport Investments (GTI) has been successfully operating with transport services marketsince 1992. Nowadays we incorporate 23 companies from 16 cities of 9 countries throughout the world, providing workspace for more than 600 people.

We are entitled as FIATA individual member. The International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations was founded on May 31, 1926 representing 40,000 forwarding and logistics companies, employing about 9 million people in 150 countries.

We are also entitled as MULTIPORT Association member in Ukraine. This is the world’s largest independent ship agency network. For almost 40 years, Multiport has had 106 members covering 1800 ports.

Liner agency

Our companies represent interests of global carriers in Ukraine, Bulgaria, Romania and Georgia. We can be considered as a leader within the territory of the Eastern Europe and Black Sea basin countries.

The success developed from 25-year experience and positive reputation. Progressive management standards, adapted for local cultures and business environment, also contribute to the success.

Our branch network and direct contracts with cargo owners provide our Principals access to the whole territory of fast developing countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia.

Port agency and chartering

We render services in port agency and shipbroking within the Black and Baltic sea basins.

We operate with both small and large capacity vessels as shipbrokers. We render services as port agents for OOCL, WanHaiLines and UASC Lines.

We operate with hundreds of ships: container vessels, RO-RO ships, bulkcarriers, cruise vessels and even military ships. We act as official agents for the following cruise lines: Holland America Line Inc., Seabourn Cruise Line Ltd., Princess Cruises.

Forwarding services and multimodal shipments

Formag Forwarding is one ofthe leading international companies that render transport and forwarding services within the territory of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asian countries. These services cover ocean freight, airfreight and all additional surface freight (inland carriage, port forwarding, railway forwarding, customs clearance services).

Formag Forwarding comprises 17 companies throughout Europe and Asia. Today there have more than 600 highly qualified employees in our midst, providing more than 80,000 TEU per year.

We rely on the interest of our clients, so we set up new companies for fast developing markets upon trade development and forwarding services growth demand.

Location company
Management team

Anatoly Nagorny

Vice President

Lolita Romanoff

Business development coordinator for East Asia.

Svetlana Chemerisova

Chief Financial Officer

Alexander Nemirovsky

Strategic project development manager

Vadim Dynin

Freight Forwarding Director

Yoshinobu Ogawa

GTI representative in Asia

Vyacheslav Podrezov

Legal adviser

Oleg Kostyuk

Chief Executive Officer

  • Odesa

    Ukraine, 65026, Odesa,
    11 Polsky uzviz,

    “Marine business center – 2”

    Tel.: +38 048 738 01 88 
    Fax: + 38 048 738 01 87

    Email: gti@gtinvestments.net

  • Kyiv

    Ukraine, 04073, Kyiv
    Business Center «Macros»,
    Stepan Bandera Ave, 16b.
    Tel.: +38 044 490 97 91 (10 lines) 
    Fax: +38 044 490 97 92

    Email: gti@gtinvestments.net

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