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On the Far-Eastern Railway there were abandoned trains

A problem of abandoned trains, uncharacteristic of September, arose on the Far Eastern Railway. On some days, their number exceeded 60, according to the press service of Russian Railways.

According to the Far Eastern Traffic Directorate, on October 1, 35 trains (2225 cars) were suspended from traffic at the stations. 27 of them (1685 cars, mainly with coal) assigned to the station Nakhodka-Vostochnaya for PPK No. 1 and PPK No. 3 of OJSC "Vostochny Port", are dispersed among the stations of the Vladivostok territorial administration. Another 8 trains with oil (540 wagons) are idle at stations from Arkhara to Priamurskaya and are assigned to the station Khabarovsk-1.

On average, 4342 wagons with export coal were on the road to the address of Vostochny Port OJSC on the road, with the availability norm of 2600. ); the average daily balance at the station is 871 cars.

Port authorities explain the reduction in the rate of unloading due to difficult weather conditions. Due to the extremely unsatisfactory approach of the fleet due to the cyclone, the capacities in the warehouse for unloading certain grades of coal were limited. Idle and unloading devices due to scheduled repairs and breakdowns also affected.

On October 4, a 130 ton vessel is expected to approach, but this will not be able to radically change the situation with unloading, so the management of the Far Eastern Traffic Control Directorate was forced to send a request to limit the loading of coal to Vostochny Port OJSC for 5 days.

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