JSC “Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg” is the largest operator providing dry cargo handling in the Greater Port of Saint-Petersburg, founded on the base of Leningrad Sea Commercial Port.
JSC "Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg" is included in UCL Port, - stevedoring division of the International transportation group UCL Holding, which also includes CJSC "Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg", LLC "Multipurpose Reloading Complex" at the North-West of Russia and Tuapse and Taganrog Sea Ports at the South of the country. Development strategy of the UCL Port envisages the modernization of the existing terminals and construction of new terminals for handling of general, bulk and container cargoes.
“Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg” renders full spectrum of stevedoring services round the clock 365 days a year. All types of cargoes, including heavy-lifts and out-of-gauge cargoes are accepted for operations. Handling of project cargoes at the terminals of the company is carried out in cooperation with the logistic company “Universal Forwarder” (part of UCL Holding).
The port can accommodate vessels with the deadweight up to 40 thousand tons and draft up to 11 m. The Port has a well-developed infrastructure, which includes railway lines and crane rails, automobile roads, engineering communications, repair workshops, fueling stations, water treatment facilities. Specialists of the company have many years' experience in development of process sheets and in manufacturing of special devices for handling of non-standard cargoes.
At its disposal “Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg” has 34 berths with the total length of 5.8 km, roofed storage areas of 46 thousand sq. m, outdoor storage grounds of 424,8 thousand sq. m, 46 gantry cranes up to 40 tons hoisting capacity, a floating crane of 300 tons capacity, 2 Liebherr mobile rubber-tyred cranes LHM 600 with the lifting capacity up to 140 tons, 1 truck-mounted crane with the lifting capacity of 55 tons, 213 different specialized loading mechanisms.
In 2015 the company handled over 7.9 mln tons of cargoes.