EVRAZ NMTP's year-to-date cargo traffic hits 5 million tonne mark
Primorsky Krai, Russia based EVRAZ Nakhodka Trade Sea Port (EVRAZ NMTP) has handled year to date five million tonnes of cargo, the stevedore company said.
In the reporting period two terminals have contributed equally to EVRAZ NNTP's total throughput, the company said. Coal Terminal since the beginning of the year exported 2.55 million tonnes of coal and the NMTP's multi-porpose terminal moved 2.45 million tonnes of different cargo.
A year ago the same volume was handled in late July.
EVRAZ Nakhodka Trade Sea Port is a major stevedore company operating at the largest Russia’s Far Eastern Port of Nakhodka, located in the eastern Gulf of Peter the Great, in Nakhodka Bay. NMTP became part of EVRAZ in 2001. The port is linked to the Eurasian continent through the Trans-Siberian Railway, serving the Asia-Europe-Asia trade flows. The port is able to handle up to 500 rail cars a day. Warehousing facilities area is 300,000 m2. In 2015, throughput at the terminals was more than 9,2 million tonnes. EVRAZ NMTP operates 15 cargo berths and one facility for handling the port’s workboats, of total length of 3.5 km, which can accommodate ships with length of 230m, breadth of 32m and draft of 11 m. Currently, at least 15 ships are able dock at the port’s berths simultaneously and the port can receive more than 1,500 large vessels a year.