RUSSIA: EMEX expands express network

Russian express company EMEX has announced major expansion plans to extend its network and offer new services. It aims to double turnover this year and in 2008. EMEX will open a new branch in Novosibirsk, its 25th office, and aims to have 35 branch offices and agencies across Russia by the end of this year. […]


Russian express company EMEX has announced major expansion plans to extend its network and offer new services. It aims to double turnover this year and in 2008.

EMEX will open a new branch in Novosibirsk, its 25th office, and aims to have 35 branch offices and agencies across Russia by the end of this year. Established in 2003 with a single office in Moscow, the company now has outlets in most major Russian cities as well as a network of agents covering various regions.

EMEX specialises in express services for documents and parcels, and the express distribution of big volumes throughout the Russian Federation, and serves more than 2,000 destinations through its network.

It offers international export via the FedEx network. The company recently launched a time definite express delivery within Moscow and the surrounding regions using its own fleet of vehicles. There are plans to develop similar express and distribution services for other large cities in the near future.