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At 12,5% cargo turnover of the main seaport of Chukotka

JSC Anadyr Sea Port completed navigation in 2014, during which 24 ship calls were made to the capital of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug since June 2014, 57. This is 16 flights more than last year. According to the general director of the company Viktor Tyukhtiy, the cargo turnover of the main port of Chukotka amounted to 180 thousand tons. Compared to 2013, this figure increased by 20 thousand tons, or 12,5%. This was reported on the portal of the state bodies of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug.

The final navigation vessel was the Gornozavodsk dry cargo ship, which delivered construction materials to Anadyr for the reconstruction of 11, 12, 13 berths of the seaport. Currently, the company's employees have started ship repair work, which will last until the beginning of navigation in 2015.

Also, in addition to the transport hub in the capital of the region, the OJSC Anadyr Sea Port manages the production and transshipment complex Beringovsky and the seaport of Provideniya, which joined the Anadyr seaport in June of this year, on which navigation was completed successfully, within the previously established terms ... The complex in Beringovsky increased its cargo turnover by 2013% compared to 20 and reached 70 thousand tons.

In general, in 2014 at all three objects of the company the cargo turnover was 275 thousand tons, 96 ship calls were made.

It is noted that JSC "Anadyr Sea Port" traditionally carried out passenger traffic through the Anadyr estuary. The regional capital and the village of Ugolnye Kopi, where the main airport of Chukotka is located, was connected by the Kamchatka boat, which transported more than 22 people, the Storm and Thunder barges, which in total delivered over 550 cars and 2 trucks through the estuary. Another 800 passengers were transported by the Kapitan Sotnikov motor ship, which ply this route due to difficult ice conditions, which did not allow the boat to go out on the water.

In addition, the Kapitan Sotnikov vessel operated voyages connecting the district capital, the villages of Egvekinot, Provideniya, Lavrentiya and Beringovsky. In general, more than 500 passengers were transported during the navigation.

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