Izmailov-Suleimanovs labor dynasty
Izmailova Narmina Chingizovna, a chief specialist in the Department of Statistical Observation of the Methodology of Tariff Setting and Statistical Observation Directorate of FSUE “Rosmorport”
She was born in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR.
In 2012, she graduated from the Moscow State Academy of Water Transport, and then in 2016 she graduated from the Moscow State Institute of Railways, currently known as the Russian University of Transport (RUT).
In 2012, she worked as chief specialist at Ferrotrans LLC.
From 2014 to 2017, she worked on the issues of the Executive Committee of the Coordination and Transport Meeting of the CIS Member States.
In 2016, she received a patent for a utility model “Vessel for pulp transportation during dredging.”
From 2017 to 2020, she worked as chief specialist in the information and statistics department at Morcentr-TEK JSC.
From 2020 to the present, she has been holding the position of chief specialist in the Department of Statistical Observation of the Methodology of Tariff Setting and Statistical Observation Directorate of FSUE “Rosmorport”.
Izmailov Vagif Chingizovich (brother) (6/06/1983 – 22/09/2022)
He was born in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR.
In 2005, he graduated from the Moscow State Academy of Water Transport.
From 2005 to 2010, he worked as chief specialist in the Department of State Policy in the Field of Sea and River Transport of the Ministry of Transport of Russia.
From 2010 to 2011, he worked under contracts in companies dealing with shipbuilding.
From 2011 to 2012, he held the position of Deputy Head of the Federal State Institution “River Administration of the Moscow Basin”.
From 2012 till 2015, he held the position of Deputy Head of the Department of Inland Water Transport of Rosmorrechflot.
From 2015 to 2022, he worked as the Deputy Head of Federal State-Funded Institution “Rechvodput”.
In 2022, Vagif Chingizovich died suddenly, but until the last days of his life he worked with dignity for carrying on the Izmailov-Suleimanovs dynasty and for the benefit of Russia.
Izmailov Chingiz Shamilevich (father) (12/06/1948 - 27/04/2022)
He was born in 1948 in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR.
In 1968, he graduated from the Baku Naval School. In 1975, he graduated from the Odessa Higher Marine Engineering School, and in 1991, he graduated from the Academy of National Economy under the Council of Ministers of the USSR.
From 1968 till 1971, he worked on vessels of the Caspian Shipping Company of the Ministry of the Maritime Fleet of the USSR in positions from sailor to second mate.
From 1971 till 1984, he was engaged in Komsomol and party work. He raised from an instructor of the Komsomol committee to a secretary of the party committee of the Caspian Shipping Company.
From 1984 till 1987, he worked as Deputy Head of the Soviet Danube Shipping Company agency in Romania.
From 1987 till 1994, he served as First Deputy Head of the Caspian Shipping Company.
From 1994 till 1997, he successively worked as Deputy Head of the transport department, Deputy Head of the international transportation department of Vneshpromtekhobmen OJSC.
In 1997, he moved to the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, where he successively held the positions of Deputy Head of the Transportation Technology Department, Head of the Traffic Flow Regulation Department, Deputy Head of the Transport Systems Coordination Department, Deputy Head of the Transport Systems and Logistics Coordination Department, Head of the Seaports Production Activities Regulation Department until 2001.
In December 2001, he was appointed Deputy Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation.
From 2004 till 2015, he worked as chairman of the Executive Committee of the Coordination and Transport Meeting of the CIS Member States.
Throughout his career, he was repeatedly awarded state and departmental awards for his professionalism and the results achieved. In particular, for many years of work in the field of transport, Chingiz Shamilevich was awarded the medal of the Second Class Order of Merit for the Fatherland, the Medal “For Labor Valor” and the anniversary medal “300 Years of the Russian Fleet”, badges “Honorary Worker of Transport of Russia”, “Honorary worker of the navy”, “Honorary transport worker of the CIS”.
Izmailov Chingiz Shamilevich became a worthy successor to the Izmailov-Suleimanovs dynasty of sailors. He was a competent, responsible, erudite and proactive leader. During his career, he became the owner of two patents for the utility model “Container” and “Muffler-purifier of exhaust gases of internal combustion engines”.
He was loved and respected by his colleagues at work, appreciated by the leaders of the transport complex. Being tactful and amiable, he was always ready to help both a novice employee and an experienced colleague. In addition, Chingiz Shamilevich was an amazing storyteller with sparkling and subtle humor. He raised four children, two of whom continued to work for the benefit of the transport industry.
Izmailov Magerram Suleimanovich (paternal great-grandfather) (1878 – 20/05/1952)
He was born in Baku, Baku Province. The second son of Suleiman Ismail oglu.
Magerram Suleimanovich sailed on sailing boats from childhood and dreamed of becoming a professional sailor.
In 1900, he graduated from the Baku nautical classes. However, this didn’t seem enough, and he entered the Institute of Land and Sea Routes named after Emperor Alexander I in St. Petersburg. After five years of study, he passed the exam as navigator.
After training, he worked in the Yusif Dadashev’s maritime company. Magerram Suleimanovich always developed his knowledge in maritime affairs. For this, he carried out a sea voyage to the shores of Australia. During the voyage, Magerram Suleimanovich saved a man overboard. The captain of the Pakholong sailing ship noted Maharram's outstanding abilities and presented him with a captain's uniform and a certificate in the form of blue silk.
Magerram Suleimanovich later worked on the vessels of the Caspian Shipping Company for 55 years.
During the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945, he showed all his knowledge and experience and was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labour, the Order of Lenin and other medals.
In 1946, Magerram Suleimanovich was awarded the title of Honorary Worker of the Marine Fleet.
In 1976, a new icebreaker was named after him Kapitan M. Izmailov honoring his high professionalism and achievements during many years of work. The icebreaker is still operated by the FSUE “Rosmorport” North-Western Basin Branch to provide icebreaking assistance for vessels following to Russian seaports in the eastern part of the Gulf of Finland.
Suleiman Ismail oglu (paternal great-great-grandfather) (years of life unknown)
He was born in Baku, Baku Province.
He worked on the oil steamship Zoroaster, the world's first oil tanker, launched in Baku in 1878.
In 1883, Suleiman Ismail oglu was issued a seafarer's passport by the Baku governor.
Suleiman Ismail oglu worked on the vessels of the Nobel Brothers Oil Production Partnership stock company, founded in Baku, which soon became one of the largest oil companies in the world and a major ship owner.
After the revolution and the establishment of Soviet power in the Caucasus, he worked on the vessels of the Caspian Water Transport Administration, and after the formation of the Caspian Shipping Company, he worked on the vessels of this institution.