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The project of the grain terminal in the Far East "PMZT"

The main investor in the project is Port Livadia LLC

The project of the grain terminal in the Far East "PMZT"

Grain is the most important agricultural product, and grain export from the country is the main article of Russian food export.

Despite a significant harvest, Russia does not fully utilize the grain potential, more efficient development of the sphere is hindered by such restrictions as insufficiently rapid increase in the amount of grain consumption within the country; export to the countries of the Asia-Pacific Region is facing serious logistical difficulties; the lack of a grain terminal in the Far East is affecting it; also the introduction of European markets stops the low quality characteristics of Russian grain.

To solve these problems, a specialized terminal project was proposed, which should provide fully automated transshipment and storage of grain. For this purpose, closed-type belt conveyors, bucket elevators, chain conveyors that are safe for both the load and the environment will be used for transportation.

The project involves the direct unloading of hopper cars on conveyors located under the railroad tracks. In this way, it is possible to quickly unload all hopper cars at the same time. After the cargo hits the belt underground, it will be delivered via a system of conveyors and bucket elevators to a silo, where grain will be stored for a certain period of time.

For temporary storage of grain, seven silos with a flat bottom will be used, which can provide temporary storage of wheat in an amount of about 250 thousand tons. It is also possible to load directly into a truck from a silo, without the need for loading equipment.

The project will implement the simultaneous loading of four ship holds with grain using a system of conveyor belts, bucket elevators and chain conveyors. A specialized complex will be able to provide transshipment of grain in an amount of about 6,5 million tons per year.

Port Livadia LLC is the main investor in the project for the construction of this terminal in Sukhodol Bay. A declaration of intent to invest has been prepared and is located at the Federal Agency for Sea and River Transport.