Petrolesport, JSC is located on Goutouevsky, Volniy, Gladky and Grebenka Islands in the Port of St Petersburg. It has excellent intermodal connection with marine, river, automotive and railway transportation routes.
Petrolesport’s container terminal is one of the largest container terminals in Russia handling 1,000,000 TEUs per year. The terminal handles all types of containers (including refrigerated, hazardous cargo and out-of-gauge cargo). All leading ocean and feeder lines call at the terminal and provide regular service to Northern European ports including Hamburg, Rotterdam, Bremerhaven, Antwerp and the majority of feeder ports on the Baltic and North Seas.
Petrolesport’s ferry terminal is a modern terminal for Ro-Ro freight. It is connected by regular ferry services between the Port of St Petersburg and ports on the west side of the Baltic Sea. The terminal tranships passenger cars and lorries, construction, agricultural and specialised self-propelled and non-self-propelled equipment and other ferry cargo.
Petrolesport is also equipped to handle general cargo (scrap metal, metal items, ferrous and nonferrous metals, target cargo, including heavy and oversized equipment) and transfers timber cargo.
Petrolesport is a part of the Global Ports group (GPI). 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.
At a glance
- Convenient location
- Well-developed infrastructure
- Extensive warehousing areas
- Modern equipment
- High-quality and efficient service
- Outdoor freight storage area over 730,000 sq. m
- Vehicle holding area capacity: 160 container vehicles
- Ro-Ro cargo storage area over 215,000 sq. m
- Berths: 13 (including 2 with ramps for Ro-Ro ships)
- Quay length 2,365.68 m
- Maximum ship draft: 11 m
- Railway track length: 7,002 m
- Reefer plugs: 3,630
- Video surveillance system
- COSMOS terminal operating system, which supports information exchange with client information systems via EDI messages using a Web interface and digital e-signatures.
- Vehicle dispatch control information system with Web interface and digital e-signature to ensure equipment optimisation in the port
- Modern maritime security system (the port is certified under the International Code for the Security of Ships and Port Facilities)
- Permanent customs controlled area
- All-weather inspection facility for simultaneous inspection of 120 containers
- 10 x ship-to-shore container cranes;
- 2 x mobile cranes;
- 31 x RTG cranes
- 6 x portal cranes.
- 14 x reach-stackers
- 4 x stackers
- 2 x shuttle container lorries
- 47 x lift lorries
- 19 x electric forklifts
- 1 x excavator
- 17 x marine tractors