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At 37% increased in the I quarter transshipment on the background of increased supplies of coal for export Port Vanino - EastRussia | Far East






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At 37% increased in the I quarter of transshipment against the background of increased supplies of coal for export "Port Vanino"

OAO Vanino Commercial Sea Port (Vanino Port) in January-March 2016 increased cargo handling by 37% compared to the same period of 2015 year - to more than 1,6 million tons

At 37% increased in the I quarter of transshipment on the background of growth in coal exports for export
Special project Coal of the East of Russia
This was reported by the press service of the company.

Including, more than 1,3 million tons of export cargoes and about 300 thousand tons of imported cargo were handled.

The structure of exports is dominated by coal, transshipment of which amounted to 1,1 million tons (growth by January-March 2015 year by 42%). The structure of imports is dominated by transshipment of alumina - 265 thousand tons.

“The dynamics of the port’s cargo turnover suggest that overall performance in 2016 could be better than last year’s,” said port general director Igor Prischepov, whose words are quoted in the message.

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

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, Interfax notes.

According to the list of affiliated entities for 31 December 2015, the structure of the shareholders of Porta Vanino was as follows: Opera Oper Ltd. (Cyprus) owns 17,76% of the share capital (23,68% of common shares), ZAO Titan - 18,75% (24,99% ), Statula Holdings Ltd (Cyprus) - 16,23% (21,64%). At the same time, in the list of affiliated entities for 1 April 2016, these companies are listed as retired, and new shareholders are not disclosed.