Companies of Russia • 07.03.2019
Orientir Company focused on efficient warehousing technologies for e-commerce.

Today, March 7, Orientir Group of Companies participated in the professional conference “Logistics 2019: Investing in Efficiency”, which took place in Moscow.

During the event, industry experts and market players discussed the main industry trends, IT-technologies that increase operations efficiency and new solutions in arranging transport and storage processes.

Alexandra Selezneva, Commercial Director of Orientir Group of Companies, participated as a speaker at the Conference and presented a report “Warehouses as reference points for e-commerce logistics. Process optimization and cost reduction” in the second session of the Conference “Models of innovative development of the industry: an overview of emerging trends”.

The modern e-commerce market rests on the main advantages: a well-located distribution center at the intersection of major Federal highways, where Orientir’s six logistics parks are situated, prompt response on availability of goods and rapid delivery.
To keep and boost them, e-tailers have to optimize warehousing and logistics processes.

Orientir speaker’s report covered the aforementioned subjects, as well as the ways of reduction of transport and logistics costs by 25-35% with the introduction of high-tech solutions.
Orientir Group of Companies has been delivering complex projects of warehousing and industrial real estate since 2011.

Currently, the Company’s portfolio contains more than 500 thousand sq. m of Class A+ warehousing space located in the Moscow region.
The clients of Orientir Group of Companies are OZON, X5, OBI, IKEA, Miratorg, Utkonos, R-Pharm and many others.

The conference "Logistics 2019: Investing in Efficiency" was held in Moscow, at 32 Novy Arbat, Marriott Hotel.
The RBC Group organized the Conference.
Participants of the conference: representatives of the Ministry of Transport of Russia, major logistics and transport companies: Ust-Luga Universal Trading Terminal, Rosmorport, Sibanthracit, Global Ports Group, etc.