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The expected regime of the free port in Vanino will require the development of the railway section of Komsomolsk-Vanino-RZD

Increase the burden on the infrastructure of the Far Eastern Railway (FAR), the extension of the "free port" regime to the port of Vanino in the Khabarovsk Territory

The expected regime of the free port in Vanino will require the development of the railway section of Komsomolsk-Vanino-RZD
This writes the corporate edition of the Russian Railways with reference to the head of the Far Eastern Railway Nikolai Maklygin.

“The load on the infrastructure of the road will increase due to the expansion of the free port regime at key Far Eastern harbors,” the newspaper notes.

The Far Eastern Railways formed and sent to RZhD an investment application for the further development of the Komsomolsk-Vanino site with the construction of second roads. According to N.Maklygin, this will increase the annual carrying capacity to 50 million tons and above.

According to the current modernization program of the Eastern landfill, after 2018, the carrying capacity of the site will be 37 million tons per year, Interfax notes.

It is expected that, thanks to a preferential treatment, over the 5 years, it will be possible to attract more than 40 billion rubles to the local economy. Investments will go to large onshore projects, including the Sakhatrans LLC terminal with an annual capacity of up to 24 million tons. The Transbunker group of companies, which has a petroleum depot and a mini-refinery in Vanino, is seeking a co-investor in the development of oil refining up to 1,5 mln tonnes annually.

In addition to the oil refinery, it is planned, in particular, to build three berths, a reservoir park with a volume of 220 thousand cubic meters, 9 km of railways, a trestle for simultaneous discharge of 70 tanks. Fish processing facilities are also planned for construction in the Vaninsky district.

A port special economic zone will be organized in Sovetskaya Gavan, next to Vanino, despite the fact that the question of early termination of the activity of the ten SEZs recognized as ineffective is now being resolved at the government level. According to Khabarovsk Governor Vyacheslav Shport, the development of the only port-type SEZ in Russia will continue due to an increase in the rate of development of raw materials reserves in the regions oriented to the transportation of goods through Transsib and BAM.