Sedov Andrey Nikolaevich

Born on June 14, 1972 in the city of Svetogorsk, Vyborgsky District, Leningrad Region.

In 1994 he graduated from the St. Petersburg State University of Railways with a degree in Organization of Transportation and Management of Railway Transport. In parallel with his studies, since 1991, he worked as a duty officer at the station Kamennogorsk, Lyuban and stations of the Leningrad node.

From 1995 to 1998, he was deputy head of the Kamennogorsk station, traffic inspector, deputy head of the St. Petersburg transportation department for technical work. From 1998 to 2003, he worked at the St. Petersburg-Sortirovochny-Moskovsky station in the positions of deputy station chief, chief engineer, station chief. In 2004–2005 he was the chief engineer of the transportation service of the October railway.

In 2005 he entered Lengiprotrans as head of the department of nodes and stations. Since 2016 he has been working as a Deputy General Director for Production.

Andrey Nikolayevich's contribution to the development of the country's railway industry was noted with departmental and corporate awards:

• Certificate of honor of the head of the October Railway (2000);
• Personal watch of the head of the October Railway (2002);
• Sign “In memory of the 200th anniversary of the birth of P.P. Melnikov" (October Railway, 2004);
• Jubilee badge "In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Water and Land Communications Administration" (Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, 2009);
• Acknowledgments from Lengiprotrans (2009, 2011);
• Medal "For Labor Valor" III degree (Association "Vostokgiprotrans", 2011);
• Gratitude of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg (2011);
• Badge "Honorary Worker of the October Railway" (2015);
• Gratitude from the Petersburg State Transport University of Emperor Alexander I (2015);
• Gratitude of JSC Russian Railways (2018);
• Gratitude of the Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation (2020).