Pricing Announcement USD 16.50 PER GDR

Globaltrans Investment PLC (“Globaltrans” or the “Company”, and together with its consolidated subsidiaries, the “Group”; LSE ticker: GLTR), a leading private freight rail transportation group with operations in Russia, the CIS and the Baltic countries, today announces that it has priced the offering of its shares in the form of Global Depositary Receipts (“GDRs”) at USD 16.50 per GDR, with one GDR representing an interest in one ordinary share. In response to investor demand, the total size of the Offering was increased to around USD 520 million from an initial total size of USD 500 million, including the over-allotment option.

The Offering consists of 28.5 million GDRs, excluding the over-allotment option. This comprises a primary component of USD 400 million in the form of GDRs representing shares issued and sold by the Company (including 3,637,117 treasury shares), and a secondary component of around USD 70 million in the form of GDRs representing existing shares sold by Transportation Investments Holding Limited (“TIHL”), the controlling shareholder of Globaltrans.

In addition, TIHL has granted the Joint Bookrunners an over-allotment option to purchase up to an additional 3.03 million GDRs at the offer price, representing up to USD 50 million. The over-allotment option is exercisable for a period beginning today and ending on the 30th calendar day from today.

The Offering was significantly oversubscribed. In addition, certain members of the Group’s management and the Board of Directors purchased a total of USD 3.9 million in the form of GDRs in the Offering.

Globaltrans’ free float post-offering will increase to approximately 48.7% of its issued share capital assuming full exercise of the over-allotment option.

Conditional trading in the GDRs on the London Stock Exchange is expected to commence today and unconditional trading on the London Stock Exchange is expected to commence on or around 17 July 2012.

Deutsche Bank, J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley and Troika Dialog are acting as Joint Global Coordinators and Joint Bookrunners for the Offering.

Following the transaction there shall be a lock-up period of 180 days for the Company, TIHL and the shareholding entities controlled by the Group’s management, subject to certain customary exceptions.

Sergey Maltsev, Chief Executive Officer of Globaltrans, commented:
“Appetite for our growth strategy, which capitalises on the opportunities that liberalisation and consolidation of the Russian freight rail sector present, is reflected in the strong demand we have seen from investors. Our track record of profitable growth and our ability to deliver value to shareholders have underpinned the success of our Offering, which was significantly oversubscribed. We thank our new and existing shareholders for their support and for the mandate they have given us to continue to develop our business and remain a leader in the industry.”

Andrey Filatov, a founder and shareholder of TIHL, added:
“Russia continues to be a strong growth market and the high level of interest shown by investors from the UK, the US, Europe and beyond recognises the attractions of a company such as Globaltrans with its excellent financial performance, strong management team and clearly defined strategy.”

Globaltrans Investor Relations

Mikhail Perestyuk
+357 25 503 153

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Globaltrans is a leading private freight rail transportation group with operations in Russia, the CIS and the Baltic countries. Based on Rosstat data and the Group’s management accounts, the market share of the Group on a pro forma basis for the MIT acquisition was 7% of the overall Russian freight rail Transportation Volume in 2011.

The Group provides services to more than 650 customers and its key customers include companies in, or suppliers to, a number of large Russian industrial groups in the metals and mining and the oil products and oil sectors. In 2011, the Group’s Pro Forma Freight Rail Turnover was 144.9 billion tonnes-kilometres with Pro Forma Adjusted Revenue of USD 1,489 million and Pro Forma Adjusted EBITDA of USD 646 million.

Following the recent acquisition of MIT and new contracts for the purchase of railcars, the Group is expected to have a Total Fleet of approximately 64,0001 units by the end of August 2012.

Globaltrans was the first freight rail transportation group with operations in Russia to have an international listing of global depositary receipts (GDRs) and its GDRs (ticker symbol: GLTR) have been listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange since May 2008.

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Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch, J.P. Morgan Securities plc and Morgan Stanley & Co. International plc, each of which is authorised and regulated in the United Kingdom by the FSA, and SIB (Cyprus) Limited, are acting exclusively for the Company and no-one else in connection with the Offering. They will not regard any other person as their respective clients in relation to the Offering and will not be responsible to anyone other than the Company for providing the protections afforded to their respective clients, nor for providing advice in relation to the Offering, the contents of this announcement or any transaction, arrangement or other matter referred to herein.

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In connection with the Offering, one or more of the underwriters shall be appointed to act as stabilising manager (the "Stabilising Manager"), and it or persons acting on its behalf, may (but will be under no obligation to), to the extent permitted by applicable law, over-allot the GDRs or effect other stabilisation transactions with a view to supporting the market price of the GDRs at a level higher than that which might otherwise prevail in the open market for a limited period after the issue date. However, the Stabilising Manager is not required to enter into such transactions. Such stabilising, if commenced, may be discontinued at any time without prior notice, and may only be undertaken during a period of 30 days after the announcement of the offer price of the GDRs. Save as required by law or regulation, neither the Stabilising Manager nor any of its agents intends to disclose the extent of any over-allotments made and/or stabilisation transactions conducted in relation to the Offering.

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