Moby-OT

Our Terminal

Moby Dik is the third-busiest container terminal in the St. Petersburg port complex, Russia’s largest and most important port. The terminal is located in Kronstadt, on Kotlin Island in the Gulf of Finland, 32 km (20 miles) from St. Petersburg, and 750 km (466 miles) from Moscow. 

Moby Dik terminal opened in 2002 and operates two berths with a combined total quay length of 321 meters (1,050 feet) and a depth of 8.9 meters (29 feet). The facility can accommodate both container and Ro/Ro vessels, with storage area for 7,500 TEUs and 504 reefer plugs, and an annual throughput capacity of 400,000 TEUs. The company the option  to increase the container terminal capacity up to 500 000 TEU in line with demand for container handling.

The terminal uses a time-slot system to ensure rapid turnaround times for trucks entering the terminal. This system allows clients to choose convenient time slots for picking up cargo by truck.

Joint Ownership

Moby Dick is owned jointly by the Global Ports group (GPI) and Container Finance Group, a Finnish company specialised in sea container transportation and container handling.  GPI was established in 2008 by Russian transport group N-Trans (TIHL) and APM Terminals, each with 30.75% of share capital. In April 2018 TIHL sold its 30.75% stake in Global Ports to LLC Management Company “Delo” (“Delo Group”), which became co-controlling shareholder together with APM Terminals.

GPI operates the largest marine terminals on the Baltic coast and in the Far East of Russia.

Equipment

  • 1 x 50 tonne Ship-to-Shore crane 
  • 1 x 120 tonne Mobile harbour crane 
  • 1 x 120 tonne Mobile harbour crane
  • 5 x rubber tired gantry crane (RTG)
  • 3 x 7.5 tonne reach stacker (RST)
  • 5 x 45 tonne reach stacker (RST)
  • 5 x Port truck/terminal tractor
  • 2 x 3 tonne Forklift
  • 2 x 16-25 tonne Forklift

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