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Group "Colmar" began construction of the pier of the coal terminal in St. Petersburg Vanino - EastRussia | Far East






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Group "Colmar" began construction of the quay of the coal terminal in St. Petersburg Vanino

Special project Coal of the East of Russia
VaninoTransUgol (part of the Kolmar Group) has started construction of a berth in the framework of the project for the creation of a coal terminal in the Muchke Bay in the Vanino Port, the press service of the Minsk Region reports. The project is being implemented within the framework of the free port regime since April last year.

"Construction is underway in the port. Now the pier is being built. All internal infrastructure was created: power line, access railroad tracks, made all the layout of the terrain. The German company won the tender for the supply of loading equipment. It has already been paid for and is now being manufactured. It will come to an end 2019 - the beginning of 2020 year and will start to be installed in the port ", - the words of the deputy director of the MC Kolmar Anna Tsivileva are given in the message. The company plans to conduct operations in a new terminal in a closed way, using special types of protection against coal dust, including water cannons.

The project for the construction of the first stage of the terminal is estimated at 33 billion rubles, of which 5 billion rubles have already been invested. Earlier it was reported that VEB intends to participate in financing the project in the amount of 11,5 billion rubles.

Kolmar is implementing investment projects in the Far Eastern Federal District for the construction of Denisovskiy and Inaglinsky GOKs in the TOP Yuzhnaya Yakutia, as well as the Vanino TransUgol coal terminal in the SPV in the Khabarovsk Territory. Projects are estimated at almost 110 billion rubles.