The shareholding structure of OJSC TransContainer changed, the company informed.
In particular, NATIXIS S.A. (France) acquired 15.2178% of the company's authorized capital, ING Bank N.V. (Netherlands) bought 5.0726%. These transactions were closed on December 12, 2012.
OJSC TransContainer (tax number: 7708591995), a subsidiary of OJSC Russian Railways, was incorporated on March 4, 2006 as a successor of the cargo container transportation center TransContainer, a branch of Russian Railways. The company started its business activity on July 1, 2006.
TransContainer operates 46 own terminals in all the cargo generating centers of Russia. Also, the company operates the Dobra Container Terminal near the Slovak-Ukrainian border and owns 67% in JSC KedenTransService, a private operator of railway terminals in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Besides, TransContainer owns a fleet of special-purpose rolling stock: over 24 thousand well cars, more than 59 thousand high-cube ISO containers.
OJSC Russian Railways owns 50% + 2 shares in OJSC TransContainer, Fesco Group holds 23.7% (including 12.37% represented by GDRs), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development owns 9.25%. The stake of CJSC Transfingroup Management Company for Holding Pension Reserves of NPF Blagosostoyanie in Trust is 5.10%
TransContainer's shares are traded on the MICEX-RTS Stock Exchange. The company's Depositary Receipts are traded on the London Stock Exchange.
Net profit (IFRS) of TransContainer for 9 months 2012 increased by 42.8% year-on-year to RUB 4.273 billion. Revenue rose by 24.5% to RUB 27.353 billion, operating profit by 35.3% to RUB 5.943 billion, EBITDA by 28.6% to RUB 8.218 billion.
According to the information and retrieval system DataCapital, net profit (RAS) of TransContainer for H1 2012 increased twice year-on-year to RUB 2.687 billion. Revenue increased by 20.9% to RUB 15.998 billion, sales profit by 64.3% to RUB 3.708 billion. As of June 30, 2012, the company's assets amounted to RUB 39.061 billion.