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By 35% increased handling in the first half of the year Vanino Port - EastRussia | Far East






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At 35% increased transshipment in the first half of the year Port Vanino

Since the beginning of 2016, 34,6% increased the transshipment of cargoes by 2015% compared to the same period of the year 3,5 - more than XNUMX million tons - JSC Vanino Commercial Sea Port (Vanino Port, Khabarovsk Territory)

At 35% increased transshipment in the first half of the year Port Vanino
It is reported by the press service of the stevedoring company.

Including, 2,8 million tons of bulk cargo was handled for export, mainly coal and metals (growth by 36,5%). The volume of imports was about 700 thousand tons, which exceeded last year's figure by 32,3%.

Earlier it was reported that "Vanino Port" in 2015 reduced cargo handling by 14,4% compared to 2014 year - to 6,116 million tons, Interfax said.

OJSC Vanino Sea Commercial Port is the largest stevedoring company in the port of Vanino. The port is connected to Sakhalin by the Vanino-Kholmsk railway ferry line. The infrastructure of the port is formed by 16 berths, open and closed warehouses. Depths at berths and technical means allow us to receive and process vessels with deadweight up to 45 thousand tons.

The company, along with the universal moorings, includes specialized terminals: ferry, container and alumina, as well as the port fleet, performing mooring operations, transporting passengers and supplying ships with water.

According to the report for the first quarter of 2016, the share structure of Port of Vanino looked as follows: Opern Trade Ltd (Cyprus) owns 17,76% of authorized capital (23,68% of ordinary shares), Titan JSC (Moscow) - 18,75% (24,99 %), Statula Holdings Ltd (Cyprus) - 16,23% (21,64%), Sedmino Investments Limited (Cyprus) - 14,98% (19,97%), Travine Trading Limited (Cyprus) - 14,67% (3,71%).