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Grain terminal want to create in the Far East

Grain terminal want to create in the Far East
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The Far East Agency for Attracting Investments and Export Support (ANO API) is working on the issue of building a large-scale specialized grain terminal in the Far East Federal District. One of the parts of the project could be a river port in the Khabarovsk Territory.

According to Leonid Petukhov, general director of ANO API, now most of the Russian grain is exported through the ports of the Azov-Black Sea basin, but the implementation of large-scale agricultural projects will require the creation of capacities in the Far East.

According to the press service of ANO IPA, it is planned to build a terminal as part of the creation of the infrastructure of international transport corridors. Part of the project could be a river port in the Khabarovsk Territory, which is planned to be made by the Chinese corporation Dongjing together with the Chinese construction company. ports for the delivery of grain. They want to implement the project in five Far Eastern settlements: Khabarovsk, Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Blagoveshchensk and the village of Nizhneleninsky.

Investors are planning to export grain to China, Japan, and South Korea. The total investment in crop production will be about 10 billion rubles, and in the development of infrastructure —15 billion rubles. By September, a warehouse for agricultural products and a checkpoint will be built. At the second stage, it is planned to expand storage capacity and build two berths.