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The port of Nakhodka has increased its turnover by 20% since the beginning of the year
Since the beginning of the year, the port of Nakhodka has increased its cargo turnover by 20%, having overloaded more than 3,6 million tons of cargo, reports SakhaNews news agency.
The main volume of cargo fell on coal sent to the Asia-Pacific region (over 2 million tons), the rest - on ferrous metals.
The port of Nakhodka is one of the largest ports in the Far East of Russia. It is connected to any point of the Eurasian continent by the Trans-Siberian railway, which serves Asia-Europe-Asia freight traffic. Port features allow you to unload up to 450 wagons with different loads per day. As a result of 2013, its total cargo turnover amounted to almost 7,5 million tons.