Siberian Business Union is building its own port on the Pacific Ocean

Kemerovo holding company "Siberian Business Union" (CDC) launched a successor project of its own coal port.
CDC will build a coal terminal with a capacity of 20 million tons per year in the Bay Sukhodil Ussuri Bay, in the south of Primorsky Krai, the president of SDS Michael Fedyaev. As explained by Michael Fedyaev, the company has acquired land for a port terminal in the process of preparing construction documents.

Assess the time and cost of the port project SDS president did not, but said that the power of 20 million tonnes a year — "it's just our Wishlist, we must also increase the carrying capacity of the railway infrastructure in the Far East."

This year, the HC "SDS-Coal" plans to increase coal production by 3.4 million tons — up to 28.6 million tonnes, "This growth plan guide in the Western export direction, as in our Far East are strong constraints in logistics" — said Mr. Fedyaev.

Since 2004, the CDC tried three times to build their own coal terminals: in the Baltic port of Ust-Luga in the Leningrad region, in the Barents Sea near Murmansk, on the banks of the Small Ajalyk estuary in the Black Sea port of Yuzhny in Ukraine. For various reasons, these projects have not yielded results.

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