Our Company was formed in 2004 when a group of like-minded entrepreneurs brought their freight rail businesses together to form Globaltrans, giving it the scale, governance and focus to become one of the leading players in the region.

In 2008, Globaltrans’ founders recognised the benefits of an international listing and undertook an Initial Public Offering on the London Stock Exchange, becoming the first freight rail company serving the CIS cargo flows to be listed internationally. In October 2020 Globaltrans' GDRs were admitted to trading on the Moscow Exchange.

Today, the majority of the Company’s shares are in the hands of the public with Globaltrans’ free float amounting to approximately 55.7% [1] of the issued share capital.

Share capital

The issued share capital of Globaltrans consists of 178,318,259 ordinary shares with a nominal value of USD 0.10 each, a certain portion of which is held in the form of Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs). The GDRs represent one ordinary share each and have been listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange (ticker symbol: GLTR) since May 2008 [2] and on the Level One quotation list of the Moscow Exchange since October 2020 (ticker symbol: GLTR). Citibank N.A. is the depositary bank for the GDR programme of Globaltrans. For the Terms and Conditions of GDRs, please click here.

[1] For these purposes, the free float consists of the ordinary shares and GDRs held by investors not affiliated or associated with Globaltrans.

[2] GDRs trading on the London Stock Exchange is subject to the imposed suspension.

Last updated: 15.03.2024