Baltic Basin

  • Rosneftbunker Terminal (Port of Ust-Luga)

    Oil product terminal "Rosneftbunker" (operates on behalf of oil trader Gunvor) was launched in a test mode on January 31, 2011. The projected annual capacity of the facility is 30 million tonnes of cargo. The total cost of the project is about RUB 26 billion. In 2011, oil product exports through the Rosneftbunker terminal reached nearly 6.5 million tons, a source in the Ust-Luga Port Authority told IAA PortNews. The terminal is part of the liquid bulk cargo complex, which berths will also be used for oil shipments supplied to the port through the Baltic Pipeline System-2 (BPS-2) operated by state-owned Transneft. Rosneftbunker Terminal (Port of Ust-Luga)

  • Ust-Luga Container Terminal

    National Container Company is the investor and owner of the Ust-Luga Container Terminal (ULCT). The first container ship at the terminal was handled on December 29, 2011. The ULCT construction is carried out in three phases. The ULCT Phase 1 capacity is 440,000 TEUs. The total area of the container terminal is 40 ha, the total berth length is 440 m with water depths - 13.5 m. The storage yard capacity is 15,000 TEUs, for reefer containers – 2,000 TEUs. ULCT’s feet of handling equipment consists of four Ship-to-Shore (STS) cranes for handling Panamax ships, eleven Rubber Tyred Gantry (RTG) cranes at the warehouse and two Rail Mounted Gantry (RMG) cranes. The NCC investment program is aimed at increasing the facility capacity up to 2.85 million TEUs. Ust-Luga Container Terminal

  • Terminal "Novaya Gavan" (Port of Ust-Luga)

    The Ust-Luga terminal for handling autos was launched by RTL Group in November 2011. Private investments in the project have totaled RUB 1.5 billion. The Group is set to inject 3 billion rubles more in the facility expansion until 2014. Public investment in the project for the same period will amount to RUB 2.5 billion. Terminal "Novaya Gavan" (Port of Ust-Luga)

  • Fourth Stevedoring Company (Big Port Saint-Petersburg)

    In October 2011, a new container terminal was commissioned on the territory of the Fourth Stevedoring Company yard after its reconstruction. The facility capacity is 500,000 TEUs per year. Fourth Stevedoring Company (Big Port Saint-Petersburg)

  • Third Stevedoring Company (Big Port St. Petersburg)

    FESCO Group (Far East Shipping Comp.) and logistics company BLG plan to develop jointly on the basis of Third Stevedoring Company (member of JSC Sea Port Saint-Petersburg) handling of imported vehicles of top auto brads. This may increase competition with other regional terminals. At the initial stage of the project, the partners are set to invest EUR 10 million. The total area of the terminal is 95,000 m2. The terminal has a fleet of 31 tractors with auto-transport semi-trailers. The joint venture is expected to officially begin work in 2012 (BLG has already operating at the terminal). Third Stevedoring Company (Big Port St. Petersburg)

  • BPS-2 Terminal (Port of Ust-Luga)

    Construction of the Ust-Luga port based oil terminal is underway. The terminal will be the terminus of the main oil pipeline "Baltic Pipeline System-2" (BPS-2), located within the Complex of liquid bulk cargo. BPS-2 Terminal (Port of Ust-Luga)

  • Deep-draft container port project in Kaliningrad region

    The project of a deep-water container port on the island of Balga (Kaliningrad region) will most likely be revamped. Deep-draft container port project in Kaliningrad region

  • Outer Harbour Bronka (Big Port Saint-Petersburg)

    In Bronka area near St. Petersburg the construction of multipurpose of Marine cargo handling complex (MMPK) is underway. The port will be located on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland, at the junction of dam and the ring road to the city of Lomonosov. Outer Harbour Bronka (Big Port Saint-Petersburg)

  • Development of Petrolesport

    Shareholders of OJSC Petrolesport approved an agreement with Rosmorport, which provides for investment of about RUB 25 billion in the terminal expansion until 2021 (excluding the money Petrolesport has invested since 2007). Development of Petrolesport

  • Long-term development plans of Primorsk Trade Port (NCSP Group)

    There are plans to create a multipurpose deep-water port on the basis of Primorsk Trade Port, diversification of its business through a long-term programme of terminals construction in Primorsk that will specialize in handling containers, metals, iron ore, fertilizer and oil products; the range of services expansion; the creation of added value along the supply chain of cargo movements. Long-term development plans of Primorsk Trade Port (NCSP Group)

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