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GC Suma started designing the "Big Port Zarubino" in Primorye

According to the press service of the Primorsky Territory Administration, Summa Group has begun the implementation of the Big Port Zarubino project in the Primorsky Territory.

"We have already received a concept for the construction of the port, we are entering the design phase," said Salavat Rezbaev, advisor to the chairman of the board of directors of the Summa group, the head of the Big Port Zarubino company, at a meeting in the Primorye administration, quoted by the press service.

The work is carried out in close cooperation with the administration of the Primorsky Territory, the Fund for the Development of the Far East and the Baikal Region and Rosmorport, noted S. Rezbayev. Evgenia Sidorenko, Managing Director of the Fund for the Development of the Far East and the Baikal Region (100% owned by VEB) noted that when implementing the project, it is necessary to pay special attention to the directions of freight traffic and the total capacity of the port, as well as to determine the types of cargo that will pass through through Zarubino.

Earlier it was reported that Summa plans to direct $ 1-1,2 billion of its own funds for the construction of the Zarubino port.

Vice President of the Chinese state-owned company China Merchants Group (CMG), Den Weidun, in turn, noted that investors are supported by the state.

"This is the creation of transport and engineering infrastructure, as well as preferential tax and customs regimes," the vice president said.

The port of Zarubino is part of the Primorye-2 international transport corridor. The field of transport and logistics is one of the priorities for the development of Primorsky Krai.

According to the governor of the region, Vladimir Miklushevsky, the presence of ice-free ports and transport corridors Primorye-1 and Primorye-2 in the region is an important advantage that should be used to develop the regional economy.

The "Big Port Zarubino" with a cargo turnover of 60 million tons per year is planned to be built in the Trinity Bay in the Primorsky Territory, 18 km from the border with China. It is planned that the port will handle grain, containers, bulk cargo, and other cargo.

It is planned that up to 60% of the cargo turnover of the port will be for the transit transport of goods from the north to the southern provinces of the PRC. A plot of more than 100 ha was purchased for construction of port terminals.

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