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Sakhalin will help become a turning point on the Northern Sea Route

Sakhalin will help become a turning point on the Northern Sea Route
Photo: sakhalin.gov.ru
The large transport and logistics holding Delo will help Sakhalin become a turning point on the Northern Sea Route. The agreement with its representatives and Atomenergoprom was signed by the head of the region Valery Limarenko. 

According to the press service of the regional government, the subject of the agreement was a project to create transport and logistics hub on Sakhalin. For its implementation, it is necessary to modernize the main port infrastructure.

On the island should appear deep-sea harbors capable of receiving any ships. It is planned to carry out dredging work in Korsakovo, extend the sea pier, and place storage and refrigeration facilities.

The holding with which the agreement was signed has extensive experience in transport logistics and the construction of transport and infrastructure facilities. Last year, he commissioned a deep-sea pier in southern Russia, manages sea container terminals in the Azov-Black Sea, Baltic and Far Eastern basins. With his participation, not only work in the Korsakov port is discussed, but also the creation of another sea harbor in the Makarovsky district.
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