Kolmar to export up to 40 million tonnes of coal per year via a terminal under construction in the Muchke Bay
Coal Mining Company “Kolmar” is going to export up to 40 million tonnes of coal per year via the terminal being built in the Muchke Bay (Vanino, Khabarovsk Territory), Yury Tyamushkin, General Director of VaninoTransUgol (a company building the terminal), told in his interview with IAA PortNews.
“At the Eastern Economic Forum, Kolmar management said they were going to export up to 40 million ton via the port of Vanino. Its our target. So, further development of the project is possible after the second phase is put into operation and the terminal handles the designed 24 million ton per year”, said Yury Tyamushkin.
New coal terminal of Vanino port will be opened in the Muchke Bay in December 2019.
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Kolmar founded in 2004 is engaged in coal mining by open-pit and underground method. The company pioneered unique mining technologies in Russia.
One of the objectives of Kolmar Group is establishing a global trading company which will ultimately optimize interaction with end consumers and enter the market with comprehensive solutions fully covering the needs of each and every buyer for imported coal.