Ust-Luga Container Terminal (ULCT), part of a group of National Container Company (NCC) has processed the first port call of Team Lines. The press service of the NCC.
Grete Sibum Container capacity 1,036 TEUs arrived at the port of Ust-Luga port of Hamburg and then proceed to St. Petersburg.
Later, Team Lines ship calls will be made weekly on Fridays, linking the adjacent territories with the largest European ports — Hamburg and Bremerhaven.
ULCT — container terminal of the NCC in the port of Ust-Luga. Construction ULKT implemented in three stages. The first phase of the terminal was put into operation in 2011. The full development of the terminal reaches to 2025, when its capacity will reach 2.85 million TEUs. ULCT will be the largest and most modern container terminal in the Baltic region. The terminal is in operation will meet the growing demand for Russian container cargo handling and reduce dependence on Russian consignees from the ports of Finland and the Baltic countries.
The capacity of the 1st stage ULCT is 440 thousand TEUs, total area — 40 hectares, the length of wharfage — 440 m depth at the berths — 13.5 m, the capacity of the container yard — 15,000 TEUs, container refzony — 840 outlets, reloading Equipment — 4 STS (Panamax), 11 RTG, 2 RMG.
NCC manages ULCT with Eurogate, Europe’s leading container terminal operator. Construction ULCT held in a public-private partnership.
National Container Company (NCC) — a leading Russian and CIS operator of container terminals. The company was founded in 2002.
Network NCC terminals include:
First Container Terminal in St. Petersburg;
Ust-Luga Container Terminal in the Leningrad region;
Container Terminal Illichevsk in Ukraine;
Rear container terminal and logistics center "Logistics Terminal" in Shusharah, St. Petersburg.
The capacity of container terminals under the control of the NCC is more than 2.8 million TEUs.