On 21st of December 2021 Executive Director of Fenix LLC (operator of Port Bronka, St. Petersburg) Alexey Shukletsov and Chairman of the Board of Neptumar LLC (agent of Chipolbrok in Russia) Andrey Goridko have signed an Agreement of close cooperation for direct shipments from China to St.Petersburg, Russia.
After that Chipolbrok’s flag has been hoisted thus providing designation of their new home port for the Line.
The goal of the Agreement is to provide jointly comprehensive services for the fast growing volumes between the ports of China, Southeast Asia and St. Petersburg without the necessity for transshipments in European ports, including transit through the Northern Sea Route.
With over 70 years of shipping experience Chipolbrok (Chinese-Polish Joint Stock Shipping Company with HQ in Shanghai) has won a high reputation in the field of worldwide heavy lift, project and break-bulk cargo transportation.
Chipolbrok has been continuously adjusted its services and fleet capabilities. Therefore, Port Bronka – the most modern terminal in the port of St. Petersburg, was chosen as a strategic partner in order to be able to offer the market the highest operational standard in that region.
As from September of 2016 Neptumar Russia was nominated as agent of Chipolbrok to cover import and export traffic to/from St. Petersburg.
Since 2020 Chipolbrok has started direct calls to the port of St. Petersburg on regular basis.
Neptumar LLC was founded in 2004 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The company is a liner, commercial and port agent of Chipolbrok in Russia. Neptumar Group offices are present in 15 countries and provide full range of linear agency and freight forwarding services. Neptumar Russia represents the interests of three shipping companies and offer international transport services and customs clearance.
Port Bronka is the only deep-water terminal in the port of St. Petersburg able to receive vessels with length up to 347 meters, breadth up to 50 meters and draught up to 13 meters. The port handles containers, project, breakbulk and ro-ro cargo. The capacity of Port Bronka is 1.9 million TEU and 200 000 units of ro-ro cargo per year.