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The water area of ​​the port Slavyanka joined the port Posiet

By order of the Government of the Russian Federation, changes were made to the boundaries of the territory of the seaside sea port Posiet. Now an additional section of the Slavyanka Bay water area is included in the boundaries of its territory, the governor’s press service reports.

The need to expand the boundaries of the Slavyanka terminal is caused by a change in the generation of transport ships, the new characteristics of which do not fit into the size of the boundaries of the existing water area.

To date, the capabilities of the port within the existing boundaries allow us to receive and service vessels with a length of no more than 245 meters and a draft of up to 15 meters. As a result of the expansion of boundaries, the Slavyanka marine terminal will be able to serve ships up to 400 meters in length and up to 17 meters draft.

Already today, the Vostokbunker CJSC oil depot located at the Slavyanka terminal of the Posyet port has a transshipment capacity of up to 1,5 million tons of oil products per year. The company's own tanker fleet is the largest in the Russian Far East.

In 2013, more than 1 million tons of oil products were shipped for export through this terminal.

The bunkering market in Primorsky Krai has recently grown significantly from 2,2 million tons of petroleum products per year 2012 to more than 5 million tons in 2013 a year. According to forecasts, by the year 2015 it will be already 12 million tons.

Today, the development of the multimodal production and logistics complex begins on the territory of the Slavyanka marine terminal. Its goal is to create the largest in the ATR complex, with developed infrastructure and a network of main transport: rail, road, sea. The creation of a raiding-transshipment container terminal in Slavyanka is an impetus to the development of the port and the region as a whole.

The shortest route from the Northeast provinces of China to Slavyanka will create a new transit route for cargoes that will be transported from China to Europe and America with a turnover of 150-200 thousand containers annually.

In addition, since 2012, the investment project “Technical Re-equipment of Posiet Port” has been implemented. It will allow the port to increase its throughput capacity to 9,0 million tons per year in 2015 and ensure acceptance of ships with deadweight up to 60 thousand tons. The total cost of the project is about 6,2 billion rubles.

The project is carried out in two stages. At present, the first stage of technical re-equipment is being completed, which envisages an increase in the port's cargo turnover to 7 million tons per year. After the introduction of the new transshipment complex, the port will be able to unload about 400 wagons per day (28 thousand tons of coal) and load about 30 thousand tons of coal per day to ships.

The implementation of the second phase of the project is scheduled for the coming years (tentatively the end of 2015 of the year). Within its framework, it is planned to build a deep-water berth in the port and dredge the approach channel to receive Panamax-type vessels with a payload of up to 60 thousand tons.

According to the investor - the company Mechel - the modernization of the Posyet port will positively affect the ecological situation in the village of Posiet. The new complex is equipped with highly efficient aspiration and dust suppression systems for technological equipment due to the creation of a finely dispersed water curtain, which provides additional environmental protection.

Port Posit's freight turnover at 2013 was a little over 5,6 million tons. Over the 5 months of 2014, the port's cargo turnover increased to 3,2 million tons. This is 43,3 percent more than the same period last year. Port Posiet is included in the Primorye-2 international transport corridor.

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