Russian Steam Navigation and Trading Company
The Russian Steam Navigation and Trading Company (Russian: Русское общество пароходства и торговли or ROPiT Russian: РОПиТ, also referred as Russian S.N.Co.) of Odessa was one of the biggest joint stock steamship companies in Imperial Russia. It was established in 1856 and ceased to exist in 1918 due to nationalization after the revolution in Russia.
From 1863 to 1914 all Russian post offices in the Ottoman Empire were run by the ROPiT.
- Russian: ROPiT and Black sea fleet International Maritime Journal The Morskoy Flot (Marine Fleet) No.3, 2007
- ST. PETERSBURG.; The Villafranca Affair--Industrial EnterPrises--Steam Navigation of the Duleper--Russian Peasants Described by a Russian--The Islands of the Nova--Presentation of the New Foreign Ministers, &c. The New York Times November 18, 1858
- The Russian Mercantile Marine The New York Times December 22, 1901
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