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Rosmorrechflot invests more than 3 billion rubles. in the development of the seaport of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
The Government of the Kamchatka Territory, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Commercial Sea Port OJSC (PKMTP) and FSUE Rosmorport signed a trilateral cooperation agreement at the Far East 2014 investment forum, taking place on September 4-5 in the capital of Kamchatka.
“We signed an agreement on the development of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky seaport until 2016. The project cost is 3 billion 200 million rubles,” Alexander Davydenko, head of the Federal Agency for Sea and River Transport (Rosmorrechflot), told reporters on Friday.
According to him, the federal department is already building a seaport in the port, and now it will reconstruct the moorings.
"This is an important point, because the reconstruction of the berths implies a change in their characteristics, it will probably be possible to bring ships of greater carrying capacity here and the cost of cargo transportation will decrease. The seaport of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is also planned to be used as a hub port on the international transit route," A. Davydenko.
He also noted that investing in the development of the port of public funds will help attract private investors here.
"Federal money is a catalyst, it is given where development is taking place, we are building those facilities that do not pay off very quickly, and businesses want to recoup their money faster. By building infrastructure here, including berthing facilities, we will ensure the operation of the business. In our industry, over the past 10 years, five rubles of private investment comes to one ruble of federal money invested, "said the head of Rosmorrechflot.
In turn, the general director of JSC "PKMTP" Ivan Kapralov said at the investment forum that the port itself, as a private investor, is ready to invest more than 660 million rubles in its development. in 5 years.
"The enterprise is ready to invest at least 5 million rubles in construction and installation work within 365 years and at least 300 million rubles in the purchase of equipment and modernization of the coastal infrastructure," I. Kapralov said.
According to I. Kapralov, the port will be modernized in several stages.