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Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port will pay more than 300 thousand fines
The largest stevedore in Primorye, Vladivostok Sea Trade Port, will pay a fine of 310 thousand rubles. The punishment was appointed after the prosecutor's office revealed violations during the transshipment of coal.
According to the press service of the Far Eastern Transport Prosecutor's Office, the company has already eliminated the revealed violations. In addition to the company itself, two officials were also prosecuted.
According to the materials of the audit, which took place in January 2021, the transshipment of coal and metallurgical coke was carried out at berths not intended for this. Traces of coal dust were found on the production site and on the crane runways. As noted in the department, they could get into the sea.