RF Government approves expansion of Zarubino seaport (Primorye) for construction of grain terminal (document)
On 28 August 2017, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a Decree (No 1840-р) to approve the expansion of Zarubino seaport in the Primorsky Territory for implementation of new investment projects and development of the port’s existing infrastructure. The Decree has been published at the official website of the Russian Government.
There is a project on construction of a terminal for transshipment of grain (wheat, corn and soya) capable of handling 33.5 mln t per year by 2030. The terminal will comprise five berths, a storage yard, railway and road-transport facilities, conveyors. It is intended for accommodating and handling vessels of up to 91,300 t in capacity.
The terminal is to be built north-east of the port boundary along the Troitsa Bay coast. Land reclamation is foreseen under the project.
The project investors - United Grain Corporation JSC and its subsidiary Far East Grain Terminal LLC (FEGT). FEGT is also the developer for the construction of the terminal.
According to the statement, the Decree is targeted at the development of port infrastructure in the Primorsky Territory. It will let generate jobs in the region.
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