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The cost of ship calls in some ports has risen in price by 10%

The cost of ship calls in some ports has risen in price by 10%
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The cost of calls at some Russian ports has risen by 10% due to investment fees. The state-owned enterprise "Rosmorport" began collecting investment fees in major seaports from March 2.

As reported "Marine News", the cost of calls for tankers with a deadweight of 30-80 thousand tons at the ports of Murmansk, Vanino and Nakhodka increased by an average of 10%. The fee for the current year will amount to 12,31 rubles per gross tonne. Indexation coefficients have also been set at 1,235 to the tax level in the current year for 2022 and 1,406 for 2023.

The fee will be applied to vessels sailing abroad. The proceeds from the investment collection are planned to be used for the construction and modernization of infrastructure facilities of seaports. According to Rosmorport forecasts, by the end of this year 4,5 billion rubles will be attracted.

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