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Vosto-OT-2

Our Terminal

Established in 1976, Vostochnaya Stevedoring Company (VSC) LLC is now the largest container terminal in the Far East Region of the Russian Federation and is located in Vostochny Port. Capacity has grown from 70,000 TEUs per year to around 550,000 TEU today.

VSC-trains

The terminal specializes in container handling but also offers a full range of stevedoring, forwarding and warehouse services. It assembles and dispatches container block trains with the use of its own stock of railway platforms, handles Ro-Ro vessels, provides storage and servicing of refrigerator containers.

VSC 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

Total area  72 hectares 
Number of berths
 4
Total length of the quay line
 1284 m
Height of the quay
 2.8 m
Quay water depth
 about 13.5 m
Railway area
 3 railway areas with total capacity of 269 flatcars
Open warehouse area
 35 hectares
Capacity of containers storage area
 22,380 TEU
 Reefer containers storage area  110 plugs

 

Equipment

Equipment
SWL Characteristics
6 x Quay crane (STS)
30.5 t

2 x Quay crane (STS PostPanamax)
41 t / 60 t (twinlift)
Lift height is 35m.
Load-lowering height is 16m.
Marine console boom is 48m. (17 tiers of containers)
8 x RMG (railway)
30.5 - 40 t

5 x RMG (yard)
30.5 t

2 x Forklift
32 t

17 x Straddle carrier
40 t

12 x Terminal trucks
40 t

2 x Empty container handler
10 t

3 x Reach-stacker
45 t

13 x Forklift (CFS)
1.5 – 5 t

4 x Scoop loader 
3.5 t

9 x Bobcat
3.5 t

14 x Loader
1.5 - 2.5 t
14 units

 

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