In January-July cargo throughout at Primorsky Krai-based Vostochny Port rose by 3.7% YoY totaled 39,170,000 tons, the Authority of Primorsky Krai & Eastern Arctic Seaports reported.
The volume includes 20,446,000 tons of dry cargo, a 5.1% gain from a year earlier, and 18,723,000 tons of oil products (+2.2%).
Vostochny Port is the year-round navigable and the deepest port of the Russian Far East region. Vostochny Port is located on the coast of Japan Sea, 20 km from the terminus of Trans-Siberian Railroad – the city of Nakhodka. Vostochny can handle large tonnage vessels with the draft of 15,5 m, length – 280 m and breadth – 40 m. The port’s stevedore companies operate16 cargo berths, a few auxiliary berths at the terminals for handling coal, containers, fertilizer, methanol, timber, bulk and general cargo. The largest stevedore operating at the port is JSC Vostochny Port, which specializes in coal handling with conveyor equipment.
(Portnews/Business World Magazine)
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