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Summa Group is a diversified private holding with significant investments in port logistics, engineering, construction, telecommunications and the oil and gas sectors.

Our companies employ more than 10,000 people in almost 40 regions of Russia and abroad. Mr. Ziyavudin Magomedov is the founder and shareholder of the Group.
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13 october 2014

Summa Group and Jilin Province of China Agree on Building a Logistics Center

A number of intergovernmental and corporate agreements were concluded during the meeting of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on October 13, 2014. One of them was the agreement between Summa Group and Jilin province of China regarding the intention to build a logistics center in China...  
7 october 2014

Vladimir Kayashev appointed President of Summa Group

On October 7, Alexander Vinokurov left his post as President of Summa Group, which he held since August 2011. Vladimir Kayashev, who has experience in the transportation sector, has been appointed as President of Summa Group....  
1 august 2014

Zenit Fans to Watch All the Team’s Matches for Free

Summa Group will be acting as the broadcast sponsor for all of Zenit’s games in the Russian Football Premier League 2014/2015 season. Saint Petersburg and Leningrad Region residents will be able to tune in to all the matches on the Saint Petersburg TV channel. Home games will be broadcasted live and away games will be recorded and aired. Broadcast rights were acquired by Liga-TV, a subsidiary of the Russian Football Premier League....  
23 july 2014

Delegation from Jilin province arrives to discuss Zarubino Port project

On July 23 in Moscow, an official meeting took place between the Summa Group management and Bayin Chaolu, governor of the northeastern Chinese province of Jilin. Over 100 people participated in the event. Among them were the heads of several of China’s major business entities: Jilin Grain Company, Northeast Asia Railway Corporation, Jilin Coal Corporation, as well as one of the China’s largest multi-industry holdings, China Merchants Group. From the Russian side, heads of companies in which the Summa Group is a shareholder participated: the FESCO Transportation Group, United Grain Company, Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port, Transengineering and the public officials from the Ministry of Economic Development, Ministry for Development of the Russian Far East, Primorsky Krai administration and the Rosmorport Federal State Unitary Enterprise....  
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22 december 2014

GlobalElektroServis Completes Construction of 330 kV Vasileostrovskaya Substation

GlobalElektroServis has completed construction of the new 330 kV Vasileostrovskaya Substation, part of the electricity grid in St. Petersburg. The opening ceremony of the new substation was attended by Vice-Governor of St. Petersburg Igor Albin, chairman of the board of directors of FGC UES Andrey Murov, general director of GlobalElektroServis Eldar Nagaplov. Customer of the construction was MES North-West, a branch of FGC UES....  
19 december 2014

First Stage of Makhachkala Airport Overhaul Completed

The Makhachkala Airport has reopened after reconstruction of its runway and other airport facilities. The overhaul was carried out by Mostootryad-99, part of the Summa Group. This work involved the widening of the runway – from 42 to 45 meters, and the construction of hard shoulders, which extend the total width to 60 meters. The firmness of the runway was increased almost two-fold. Within this project, the company also carried out the reconstruction of the taxiway and apron (parking for aircraft)...  
15 december 2014

Alyona Igumnova becomes Acting General Director of the United Grain Company

The Board of Directors of the UGC, at their meeting on December 12, unanimously decided to appoint Alyona Igumnova as the company’s Acting General Director. Alyona will take up her new duties starting January 12, 2015...  
24 november 2014

Football stadium project in Rostov-on-Don for the World Cup 2018 passes state examination

The football stadium project in Rostov-on-Don for the World Cup 2018, developed by the Intex Company, received a positive conclusion from the Federal Autonomous Institution Main Office of State Examination. The cost of building the stadium is 19.3 billion rubles....  
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3 december 2014

Trade Representative of the Russian Federation: The Netherlands does not want to lose the Russian market because of sanctions

Relations between Russia and the Netherlands are going through hard times. Nevertheless, despite the fact that the Netherlands, as part of the European Union, has also imposed sanctions against Russia, the entrepreneurs of the two countries do not intend to surrender their positions to competitors. In an interview with RIA Novosti, Alexander Cherevko, the Russian Trade Representative in the Netherlands, talked about how they will be able to do this....  
21 november 2014

Properly Directing Energy. Ziyavudin Magomedov – for Chernovik

We met with Ziyavudin Magomedov, chairman of the board of directors of the Summa Group, during the APEC Summit in Beijing. The Big Port Zarubino, being implemented by the Summa Group (see Chernovik №26 of 07.04.14 – editor’s note), is not just a business project, but also an important strategic point of contact between Russia and China....  
11 november 2014

Summa to Work with CMHI in Constructing the Port of Zarubino

The parties have signed an agreement of intent. Under the agreement the Chinese company CMHI will become a minority shareholder of the port, announced Ziyavudin Magomedov, owner of the Summa Group. Mr. Magomedov did not specify how the transaction will be structured or the amount of the shares that CMHI will purchase....  
13 october 2014

Summa Unloads in China

Summa Group, headed by Ziyavudin Magomedov, today should be signing an agreement with the Chinese province of Jilin for the construction of a “dry” (inland) port in the border-city of Hunchun. This will be a satellite logistics center of the Big Port Zarubino, which Summa is planning to build in the Primorsky Territory in 2018. In this “dry port”, the Group expects to handle up to 40 million tons of cargo each year, and then forward it by rail to Russia. The “dry port” will cost Summa around $300-350 million to build. According to analysts, for this project in Hunchun, Summa will have access to Chinese low-interest credit financing....  
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