Implementation of Russian Transport and Logistics Potential in the Export of Grain Products


  • Vladimir Ivanovich Berezhnoy
  • Tatyana Gennadievna Martseva
  • Elena Viktorovna Berezhnaya
  • Olga Vladimirovna Berezhnaya
  • Alexey Vasilyevich Tolmachev



The article reflects the current state of logistics transport capabilities aimed at expanding the trade potential of the Russian agro-industrial complex on the example of the grain industry. The authors note that one of the components of successful foreign economic relations is the degree of development of distribution processes both within a single state and in the global economy. The transport capabilities of an individual state affect the intensity of trade relations no less than resource and production ones. The conducted study of the state of transport capabilities has revealed the lack of development of the latter, especially railway transport and grain transshipment capabilities in seaports, which prevents an increase in the volume of grain exports to strategic foreign partners. This, in turn, has determined the importance of the topic and required an analysis of the state's activities to reform the logistics capabilities of the transport infrastructure. Contradictions between the state policy in the field of transport infrastructure development and its real results have been revealed. Using the example of sea transportation, the authors have analyzed the capacity of key ports that transship grain for export.