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Why choose Estonia?

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ESTONIA

Why choose Estonia?

Estoni E n a is located in the ce ent ntre of Northern Europe, e in the mosst advvan e, ance c d and d innovative economic region surrounde in ded byy maj a or cities, suc ch ass Mos o cow, w w, St. Petersburg, Helsinki, Kotka, Sto t ck to c ho olm l , Copenhagen, Oslo o, Wa W rs r aw w, Riga, and Minsk. Goods from Estonia reach 50 million afuent customers in 24 hours, and 300 million in 48 hours.

Why choose Estonia?

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Due to its unique geographical location at the Baltic Sea, Estonia has been a trade gateway between East and West for centuries. Today, Estonia is the eastern border of the European Union. Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, has still not lost its significance of a medieval Hanseatic town as an economic, trade and cultural centre centre. Being successfully integrated into the family of the European countries, Estonia is a good example of the Nordic credibility and flexibility of the new Europe. The prospects and economic development of Estonia have been remarkably influenced by close relations with its neighbours – Sweden and Finland. The historical experience as a country of the former Eastern Bloc, gives Estonia an edge in communicating with the CIS. The location and trading expertise of Estonia have facilitated the country’s rapid economic growth and its becoming a business-friendly state. The transit flows have provided the basis for the creation and devvel elop opme ment nt of pr prop oper er infr in fras astr truc uctu ture re – the rai ailw lway ayss, ports ts and nd hig ighw hways are in goo ood d co cond ndititio ion. n.

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Why choose Eesti Raudtee?

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Why choose Eesti Raudtee?

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Ahti Asmann Chairman of the Management Board – General Director of AS Eesti Raudtee

The Estonian Railways, during its 142-year history, were expected to keep up with many requirements of the times. The consistent and sustainable development of the railways through wars, changes of governments and state systems, as well as political regimes is a good example of flexible and quick adaptability to very different economic and political conditions. Development continued even in the unstable economic environment of the recent years. Through the whimsies of history, Eesti Raudtee (Estonian Railways) has reached a new milestone. The sums invested in the railways have never been so large, and the railway infrastructure in such good condition as now. Over the last five years, Eesti Raudtee together with the European Union structural funds has invested in the maintenance and development of the railways and railway surroundings approximately 200 million euros. During this period, all the principal railway lines have been overhauled.

Ahti Asmann

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Main contributions have been made to the renewal of the obsolete railways, renovation of the passenger platforms, improvement of the railway tracks to increase the train speed and quality growth in transport of passengers, including the construction and maintenance of pedestrian tunnels and bridges. The objective of the performed work is to bring the entire railway infrastructure in compliance with the travel speed of 120 km/h for passenger trains and 80 km/h for freight trains, while ensuring safer train traffic with lower vibration and noise levels. The past year has been epoch-making for Eesti Raudtee in several ways. In addition to the rapid development of the infrastructure quality, thorough rearrangements have been taken place in the structure of the company and optimization of business business. The Company’s activities were influenced most by the division of the Group, as a result of which AS Eesti Raudtee became a railway infrastructure enterprise, responsible for the construction, management and maintenance of railway infrastructure, including traffic control. Moreover, Eesti Raudtee carries out the duties of the railway administration. The basis for long-term success and sustainability lies in the efficiency of business processes. Therefore, in addition to the development of the infrastructure it is important to concentrate on the optimization of business. The development of freight transport and growth of transit operations through Estonia have significant importance for the successful functioning of the Estonian railway transport. The renewed railway infrastructure provides the opportunity to service substantially larger freight flows than today. Ensuring the quality traffic control and close cooperation and coordinated development with ports, freight transport operators and partner countries provides the opportunity to preserve an active role in the international channel of logistics. The future objectives include thoroughly selected investment decisions and efficiency to preserve the quality of the freshly renovated infrastructure and ensure its maximum occupancy. Open market, as well as quality and increased capacity of the railway infrastructure provides the transit enterprisers with numerous advantages making Eesti Raudtee a reliable and high-grade partner.

Chairman of the Management Board – General Director of AS Eesti Raudtee

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Infrastructure

The investments made for the past years have considerably improved the safety, speed and comfort of Estonian railway traffic. The conditions for travelling at the speed of 120 km/h for passenger trains and 80 km/h for freight trains have been created on the major part of Eesti Raudtee’s infrastructure. Eesti Raudtee has three border stations, two of them on the border with Russia (Narva-Ivangorod and Koidula-Pechory) and one on the border with Latvia (Valga-Valka). The capacity of the border stations is 38 pairs of trains on the Russian border, and 18 pairs of trains on the Latvian border within 24 hours. The border stations as well as intermediate stations have 1500 metre station yards, providing proper conditions for also servicing heavy and long freight trains.

Eesti Raudtee’s infrastructure: capacity and traffic speed

Narva Paldiski

Tallinn

Sillamäe

Muuga

23/7,6*

Pärnu

Tartu Viljandi

Valga

18/4,5*

Koidula

15/5,4*

*Capacity/used *C i / d in i 2012 120/80 km/h

Infrastructure

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Facts about Eesti Raudtee’s infrastructure

Track gauge

1520/1524 mm

Overall length of railways

1128 km

Including double-track railway

94 km

Switches, pcs

1211

Length of electrified railways

132 km

Number of passenger platforms

122 in use

Number of stations

62

Capacity

56 train pairs per 24 hours

Facts about Eesti Raudtee’s infrastructure

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Koidula railway border station

The biggest infrastructure development project in Estonia for the past years is Koidula railway border station which was opened in the south-east of the country in 2011. The construction of the European Union’s most stateof-the-art border station at the Estonian-Russian border was a significant transport and regional policy objective, which has a positive impact on the trade between the countries as well as on passenger carriage. In addition to the modern conditions of cargo control on the state border, the station creates the conditions for the carriage of all cargo groups, especially for the development of container transport and transport of animal and plant products, for example, for checking the cargo requiring plant check control.

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Koidula railway border station

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Operators on Eesti Raudtee’s infrastructure

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Operators on Eesti Raudtee’s infrastructure

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Harbours

Estonian railway network provides means for transporting goods to seven harbours biggest of which is the Muuga Harbour owned by the Port of Tallinn. Estonian harbours are practically ice free and the majority of them can be expanded. The easternmost port – the Port of Sillamäe – is located just 25 km from the state border of Estonia and Russia.

TEU/ thousand

million/tons

Port capacities Petroleum and petrochemicals

Coal

Grain

Fertilizers

Other freight

Total

Containers

Port of Tallinn

43

5.5 - 7.5

3-5

2.5

3

58.5

450

Port of Sillamäe

5

1

0.5

6.5

1

1

Paldiski North Harbour Kopli Harbour

2

2

Miiduranna Harbour

2

2

Tallinn Bekker Port Total

52

6

4

3.5

0.7

0.7

5.2

70.7

450

Harbours

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Carriage of goods

In 2012 26.1 million tons of goods were carried on Eesti Raudtee’s infrastructure of which 19.9 million tons were transit goods, 0.8 million tons export and 1.4 million tons import goods. The volume of local transport amounted to 4 million tons. Petroleum and petrochemicals formed the biggest share of transport, constituting 59 per cent of the overall carriage volume, followed by oil shale (13.5 per cent) and fertilizers (12 per cent). The volume of carriage of goods in 2012 dropped by 14.4 per cent compared to 2011. The volume of container transport was 48,681 TEU, and over the year it had grown by nearly 49 per cent. The principal partner in carriage of goods was Russia, where 14.1 million tons of goods were loaded on route to Estonia. 2.8 million tons of goods from Belarus and 1.2 million tons of gods from Kazakhstan were delivered to Estonia. From Estonia, the major amount of goods was also shipped to Russia, a total of 1.1 million tons. Oil shale

Fertilizers Liquid mineral fuels

Chemicals

Bulk cargo

Ferrous metals Dry mineral fuels Timber and wood products Other goods

Carriage of goods

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Carriage of passengers

In 2012, railway infrastructure capacity was allocated to 95 electric passenger train lines and 28 diesel passenger train lines. 4.3 million passengers were carried by passenger trains within the country. The number of passengers travelling on routes Tallinn-Moscow and Tallinn-St. Petersburg reached 125.6 thousand. The investments made for the past years have significantly raised the comfort of passenger traffic – the speed of passenger trains has increased and the noise and vibration level decreased noticeably. Besides, in 2013 the passengers on Estonian railways shall start travelling in electric and diesel trains Flirt manufactured by the Swiss company “Stadler”. During 2013 the entire passenger train fleet will be replaced. The ordered trains will travel on the existing tracks at the speed of 120 km/h.

Carriage of passengers

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Safety

However, the fast development of technical conditions, which offers extra comfort to passengers, increases the hazards of moving on the railway. In order to provide a high-class railway carriage service it is a priority that a safe trafďŹ c environment is ensured on the managed railway infrastructure. The security is ensured by the technical condition of the infrastructure, on one hand, and by people’s awareness of railway safety on the other.

Safety

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Investments

Since 2007, about 200 million euros have been invested in the infrastructure of Eesti Raudtee. The investments made have signiďŹ cantly increased the infrastructure capacity and travelling speed in the carriage of goods as well as passengers. Pre-requisites have been created for ensuring high-quality carriage of goods and passengers. In 2012 the majority of the projects co-funded by the European Union were completed, which had started four years ago. As a result of the works done majority of the Estonian railway infrastructure has been brought in compliance with the travel speed of 120 km/h for passenger trains and 80 km/h for freight trains In order to adjust the railway infrastructure to the modern trains over 100 passenger platforms were renovated, additional investments were made in track and catenary renewal, reconstruction of railway lines on the Rail Baltic route and ensuring passengers’ safety.

Investments

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Over the year, a total of 40.2 million euros was invested; of this amount, European aid (Cohesion Fund, European Regional Development Fund) constituted 17.9 million euros. In 2013, AS Eesti Raudtee is planning to continue investing in the railway infrastructure with the assistance of the structural aid funds of the European Union. The investments for this year are intended to complete the renovation started in 2011 and contribute to the major repairs of the bridges, acquire maintenance and rescue equipment, likewise to renovate the electric equipment. The total amount of planned investments in 2013 is 36.9 million euros, of which 14.4 million euros will be provided by the European Union funds.

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Investments

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International Relations

Principal priorities of Eesti Raudtee in international relations include:

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develo deve lopi ping ng bililat ater eral al rel elat atio ions ns witith h th the e ra raililwa ways ys of th the e ne neig ighb hbou ouriring ng countries;

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Within the framework of the activity of the Organisation for Co-operation between Railways (OSJD), the representatives of our company participate in the work of the Commissions based on the activity plan, which, with our participation, was approved at the Conference of General Directors in Tallinn. Also, this year we have been given the honour to organise the Session of the OSJD Conference of Ministers, which will be held on June 11-14. (OSShD http://www.osjd.org/) Shortly, a meeting of the Council of Railway Transport of CIS Member States, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and Bulgaria will be held, where the following issues will be discussed: improving the procedure of use and maintenance of the common wagon and container pool, mutual settlements for the use of wagons and containers, common scientific and technical policy in railway transport, and other matters of the economic activity of the railways of the countries that are members of the Council. Our specialists participated in the drafting of the resolutions to be passed on these and other issues. (http://www.sovetgt.org/)

International Relations

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International Relations

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History

The first railway in Estonia was opened for traffic on October 24, 1870 between Tallinn and Narva. This date marks the birth of Eesti Raudtee. The same year it was connected to the railway St. Petersburg – Warsaw, whereby the link with the current October Railway was established. Due to the Baltic railway, the practically ice-free port of Tallinn started developing fast. In 1877 the Tapa – Tartu railway line was opened, which in 1887 was extended to Valga. Later it was connected to the railway Pechory - Riga, which was then being built. The independent Eesti Raudtee of the Republic of Estonia (EVR) was founded on November 15, 1918 by the directive of the Minister of Transport of the Republic of Estonia. In 1931 a wide-gauge railways on the line Tartu – Pechory was completed, and Estonian ports gained direct access to the central regions of Russia and Ukraine. In 1940 Eesti Raudtee of the Republic of Estonia became part of the USSR railway network.

History

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In 1991, after the Republic of Estonia regained its independence, the previously militarised organisation assumed the functions of the economic transit channel. In January 1992, the state-owned company Eesti Raudtee was founded, which was restructured into a joint-stock company in August 1997. In April 2000 the Estonian Privatisation Agency announced the privatisation of 66 per cent of the shares of AS Eesti Raudtee. On April 30, 2001, the Estonian Privatization Agency entered into an agreement with the winner of the privatisation competition Baltic Rail Services OĂœ (BRS). On August 31, 2001, BRS acquired the qualifying holding in AS Eesti Raudtee. On January 9, 2007, the Republic of Estonia repurchased 66 per cent of shares from BRS at 2.35 million Estonian kroons and again became the sole owner of the company. In summer 2008 Eesti Raudtee moved to a new headquarters in Tallinn at Toompuiestee 35. On January 14, 2009, the entry was made in the commercial register on the division of AS Eesti Raudtee by separation, in the course of which two subsidiaries were founded: AS EVR Infra engaged in the infrastructure management and maintenance and AS EVR Cargo engaged in the carriage of goods. On September 3, 2012, the rights and obligations of AS Eesti Raudtee were transferred to the companies AS EVR Infra and AS EVR Cargo, which continued independent activities. After division, AS EVR Infra assumed the historical business name AS Eesti Raudtee.

History

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About Eesti Raudtee

AS Eesti Raudtee is the largest railway company in Estonia. From September 2012 AS Eesti Raudtee fulfils the role of railway administration, ensuring smooth operation, management and maintenance of the railway infrastructure and efficient traffic management. In addition, Eesti Raudtee is responsible for functioning environment of competition in the carriage of goods as well as passengers.

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Performance indicators

2010

2011

2012*

Freight transport turnover million net-ton-kilometres

6260

6034

4823

Average carriage distance, km

211

198

185

Local transport volume, million tons

4,24

5,42

4,06

International transport volume, million tons

25,38

25,09

22,07

Sales revenue, million euros

62,8

60,2

65,9

Net profit, million euros

13,5

18,8

16,2

Investments, million euros

14,4

56,0

22,9

Owners’ equity, million euros

92,1

108,4

162,9

Financial results

*On September 3, 2012 division of the concern AS Eesti Raudtee took place, in the course of which two independent companies were formed: AS EVR Cargo engaged in the carriage of goods and AS Eesti Raudtee in the infrastructure management and maintenance. As a result of the division assets and liabilities were assigned from the mother enterprise.

About Eesti Raudtee

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Helsin Hel sinki ki 375 km

2724 km

St Pet Pe ersbur Peters ersburg burg ug

80 km m

Yekate Yek aterin ate rinbur rin burg bur g

335 km

Tallinn

S ockh Sto ckholm olm 4388 km

1044 km

Rig R iga

Alm ma atty t

Moscow Mos cow

308 km 620 km

Minsk Mi Min sk sk 1112 km

Ha bur Ham burg g

1525 km

1065 km

Ki v Kie

1494 km

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About Eesti Raudtee

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AS Eesti Raudtee Toompuiestee 35 15073 Tallinn, Estonia phone +372 615 8610 fax +372 615 8710 e-mail raudtee@evr.ee www.evr.ee Representation of AS Eesti Raudtee in Moscow phone 74 959 178 647

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fax 70 959 178 761

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