Coal terminal

Coal terminal

Construction of a coal terminal for the receipt, storage and loading of coal from rail transport to sea vessels is nearing completion. The capacity of the coal terminal will be 12 million tons per year with a possible increase to 20 million tons per year. Commissioning is scheduled for 2023.

As part of the development of the Trans-Siberian Railway, the BAM, "debottlenecking" and increasing cargo turnover, against the background of other ports in the Far East with non-core activities, the operation of exclusively specialized complexes is necessary for the safe transshipment of coal and the environment in Primorsky Krai.

As part of the creation of a multifunctional port-industrial complex (MIPC) in the Sukhodol bay area, Primorsky Krai, the construction of a new coal terminal with a capacity of 20 million tons was approved by the Russian Government Decree № 384-r of March 19, 2013. The project was included in the "Territorial Planning Scheme of the Russian Federation in the Field of Federal Transport and Federal Highways" (section "Marine Transport", paragraph 46, "Vladivostok Seaport Terminal").

The complex is located in the area of Telyakovsky Bay, which is located in the northern part of the Ussuri Bay, which is the inner part of Peter the Great Bay of the Sea of Japan. Telyakovsky Bay is located between the capes of Telyakovsky and Azarieva.

The project takes maximum advantage of transport location to Asia-Pacific countries, such as China, Japan, with further access to the ports of North America, Alaska, Brazil and Europe. The underlying principle is the use of reserve territories for development, as well as the preferences of the free port of Vladivostok.

The distance from the Port to the nearest cities and transportation hubs is:

  • Vladivostok - 100 km;
  • Airport Vladivostok "Knevichi" - 57 km;
  • Bolshoi Kamen - 48 km;
  • Nakhodka - 115 km.

It is the geographical location of the Port that is the main advantage of the project:

  • Remoteness from populated areas - allows you to carry out activities without threat to the environment: dust and coal dust pollution of adjacent populated areas
  • Thanks to construction of the new highway Vladivostok-Nakhodka port position in relation to transport infrastructure has the shortest transport "shoulder" in comparison with other ports of Primorsky region: VICP, Fish Port, Zarubino port, Port "Vostochny".
  • Own railway station and railway infrastructure allows to receive and send railway trains and to handle cargo independently.
  • Besides, port "Sukhodol", due to location of the bay, has year-round navigation.

    For more information about the technical characteristics of the Corner Terminal and its equipment, see Port Technical Specifications.

The Terminal is scheduled to be commissioned in 2023.

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24 Okeansky Avenue, Vladivostok,
690091, Russia business days, 09:00 — 18:00

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