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Tigers Realm Coal has set a record for cargo turnover in the seaport of Chukotka

Tigers Realm Coal has set a record for cargo turnover in the seaport of Chukotka

Tigers Realm Coal (TIG) has broken the 75-year record for cargo turnover in the seaport of Beringovsky in Chukotka. The project is being implemented at an Australian company in Russia by the subsidiaries Beringpromugol and Port Ugolny, anchor residents of the Chukotka ASEZ. Beringpromugol is engaged in the extraction and processing of coal, Port Ugolny - in the shipment of coal for export.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the KRDV, according to the results of navigation, the cargo turnover of the seaport of Beringovsky amounted to about 900 thousand tons, which is an absolute record of the port in its entire 75-year history. According to Dmitry Gavrilin, Chief Executive Officer of TIG, as part of the development of the Fandyushkinskoye field, the company is completing the construction of a closed-cycle modular concentration plant. Its capacity will be up to one million tons annually.

“The installation of processing equipment has been completed, which will allow the company to start producing premium products. The first shipments of concentrate to the Asia-Pacific countries are planned with the beginning of navigation in 2022 ”, - Dmitry Gavrilin.

The total volume of private investments for the project has already exceeded $ 200 million. A settlement for shift workers, office buildings, repair shops, a laboratory were erected, a 37 km long year-round road to the port was built. Coal mining at the field began in 2017. This year, its volume is expected to be at the level of one million tons. Since 2017, the company has invested over ten million rubles in social projects in the village of Beringovsky and the village of Alkatvaam. 

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