NCSP Group (LSE: NCSP, Moscow Exchange: NMTP) reported that the September 21, 2013 in Novorossiysk port was first treated container ship long over 280 meters.
Each call made within the extension of the company Maersk its deep sea service to Novorossiysk. Rotation of the line: Pipavav — Hazira — Nava Sheva — Jebel Ali — Salalah — Port Said — Mersin — Izmit Korfez — Ambarli — Novorossiysk — Izmit Korfez — Ambarli — Mersin — Port Said — Jeddah — Jebel Ali — Pipavav.
The transit time from Nava Sheva to Novorossiisk will be 24 days from Novorossiysk to Nava Sheva — 26 days. On the line from India will be involved seven vessels of Panamax (4,2-4,8 thousand TEU) of up to 300 meters.
"This allowed us to test each call processing circuit courts of such length on our container terminal. And, although this time it was small enough containers, we hope that the weekly service will be in demand, which will increase the handling of the whole ", — said General Director of PJSC" NCSP "Y. Matvienko.
About NCSP Group
NCSP Group is the largest Russian port operator in terms of turnover. Shares of PJSC "NCSP" listed on the Moscow Stock Exchange (ticker NMTP), and on the London Stock Exchange in the form of global depositary receipts (ticker: NCSP). 50.1% of the shares of PJSC "NCSP" belongs Novoport Holding Ltd, the beneficiaries of which are OAO «Transneft" and the group "Total." NCSP Group cargo turnover in 2012 amounted to 159 million tons. Consolidated revenue for 2012 under IFRS was $ 1,034 million, EBITDA — $ 591,5 million NCSP Group includes the following companies: PJSC "NCSP", LLC "Primorsk Trade Port", "Novorossiysk Grain Terminal", JSC "Novorossiysk Ship Repair Plant", OJSC "NCSP Fleet", OJSC "NLE", "IPP", LLC "Baltic Stevedoring Company" and JSC "CFP".