On June 14, 2021, Rail Baltica Business Network Estonia (RBBN) held its annual general meeting in Tallinn, re-electing its Management Board for another term. Also attending the meeting virtually was Agnis Driksna, Head of Rail Baltic’s (RB) joint venture RB Rail AS.
“Our cooperation with the Rail Baltica organization in Estonia and across the Baltic states is most auspicious and I am very pleased that the private sector’s initiative and contribution to the success of this extensive project is truly valued,” noted Tõnis Tamme, RBBN Management Board Member and Partner at law firm TRINITI.
Presentations given at the meeting served to provide to the members of the business network an outline of the relevant latest developments in both Estonia (Tõnu Grünberg, CEO of Rail Baltic Estonia OÜ) and in the Baltic states in general (Agnis Driksna, CEO of RB Rail AS).
Developments in Estonia
In his presentation, Rail Baltic Estonia OÜ’s Chief Technical Officer Anvar Salomets listed already attained as well as future achievements related to international passenger terminals and regional stops in Estonia.
According to Salomets, the existence of numerous local stops in Estonia adds significant value to the Rail Baltic project and delivers direct benefits in terms of enhanced environmentally friendly mobility of Estonian residents in the vicinity of the new rail route.
The Business Network gained a new member
Notwithstanding the difficult times, a new member – Innopolis Insenerid OÜ – joined the network. Innopolis Insenerid OÜ is an engineering and architecture company, established in 2006, that focuses on all-inclusive service solutions in building design in Estonia and the Nordic countries.
The company believes that Rail Baltic will bring excellent opportunities for Estonian and Finnish businesses and will bind our region more strongly to Central Europe.
Rail Baltica Business Network Estonia (www.rbbn.ee) was established in 2015 with the objective of uniting Estonian enterprises interested in the business opportunities related to Rail Baltica. The business network today consists of 27 members.