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An additional site for cargo handling was opened in the port of Sakhalin

An additional site for cargo handling was opened in the port of Sakhalin
Photo: sakhalin.gov.ru

Another site for handling container cargo was opened in the Sakhain port of Korsakov. This will help to quickly normalize the situation with the delay in deliveries from the mainland.

As EastRussia was informed in the regional government, from November 1, more than 5,5 thousand containers arrived on the island. Targeted work is being carried out with entrepreneurs so that they are not delayed in receiving goods. To track each delivery in the region, a portal was created, where you can view the location of the cargo online.

In Primorye, another 1,5 thousand containers are expected to be sent to Sakhalin. For faster cargo handling, the port of Korsakov began to work on weekends and on the night shift. In total, the port can store about one thousand containers. However, a site has now been set up for another 500 containers.

As EastRussia previously wrote, this year in ports Primorye problems with cargo began: the ports could not cope with the influx ships from Asia... The fact is that many suppliers have reoriented to the Far East direction due to the rise in the cost of supplies through the Suez Canal. Because of this, some ships could not come up for a few weeks for unloading. There were also problems with the delivery of food and essential goods to the northern regions: in Chukotka, the last containers had to be delivered from icebreakers, navigation lasted this year, almost a month from the usual dates. 

 

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