На Камчатке построят глубоководный порт

Deep Water Port for Kamchatka

  • There are seven major transport infrastructure investment projects at various stages of development in Kamchatka, with a total worth of 200 bn rubles, according to Kamchatka Development Corporation CEO Nikolay Pegin.

    Speaking at the TransRussia transport and logistics conference in Moscow, he gave some details on these projects. They include the Seroglazka terminal developed by Norebo in cooperation with Maersk, capital quayside reconstruction in the sea port, on the basis of which the Alliance-Kamchatcha fish terminal is developed, and reconstruction of the Lenin Shipyard.

    “These are objects to be completed in the coming years to be integrated into the developing transport corridors”, he said.

    N.Pegin also told about the project aimed at building a deepwater port in Kamchatka. He reminded of the agreement envisaging the construction of such port that was signed at the recent Arctic Forum between the Corporation and Primorsk Universal Handling Complex. 

    “The project concept is to transship cargo from the APR onto stronger ice class vessels and deliver it to the new port under construction in Leningrad Region and from there to Rostock”, he explained.

    The estimated project cost is some 60 bn rubles, according to N.Pegin.


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