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Company "Sodruzhestvo" is a customs broker, forwarder and your reliable guide in the logistics chain for the delivery of fruits and vegetables to Russia and the CIS countries.

  • Phytosanitary control is carried out day in and day out.
  • The terms of customs clearance of fresh vegetables and fruits should be minimal - we issue the goods in 2 hours.
  • "Sodruzhestvo" guarantees the safety of cargo at all stages of transportation.
  • Reduction of the term of stay in the port and service - for us in the first place!
  • Phytosanitary control is carried out on the day the cargo arrives at the terminal, and the final release for free circulation is made at 2 o'clock.

Our mission is to exceed customer expectations. Developing and implementing effective logistics solutions, we contribute to the development of your company and consolidate your reputation.

The personal presence of our employees at the main stages of the cargo movement guarantees companies that choose us a qualitative result and pleasant impressions of cooperation with our company.

We are responsible for the quality of each employee's work!

Why choose us

QuicklyCalculation of rates within an hour. Release of Declaration in 2 hours. Export from the port on the day of release. Delivery to Moscow in 12 hours.
InnovativelyPersonal account, mobile application, universal reports and EDI.
IndividuallyPersonal approach to each client.
Your personal Manager is available 24/7/365 days a year.
SafelyOur liability is insured.
ConvenientlyOne window for the whole range of logistics services.
QualitativelyThanks to the latest security systems all risks are reduced to zero. Work according to ISO 9001.

Geography of cargo transportation



The picking season for local cherries in Poland will begin in about 2 weeks, EastFruit project analysts said.
Analysts at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) noted that in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, manufacturers faced a number of problems when transporting products from field to shelf.
India’s blockade, launched in March to combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, led to a sharp drop in fruit and vegetable exports from the country.