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  • Kaliningrad Deep-Water Terminal (Baltic Sea, Russia)

    Scheme of the marine terminal

    can accommodate vessels
    with a capacity of up to 55,000 tonnes

    This non-freezing marine terminal operating day and night all year round is located on reclaimed land along the coastal line of the Kaliningrad sea channel.

    It operates nine wharves with a total length of 2,000 meters.

    It makes it possible to process six vessels at a time with a day’s cargo turnover of up to 70,000 tonnes of seed oils and crops.

    According to the effective port limits, the terminal can accommodate vessels with a capacity of up to 55,000 tonnes.

    A unique feature of the infrastructure is its individual focus on each of its wharves designated for a particular type of import and export handling operation, which allows for prompt processing of significant cargo volumes without any additional expenses.

    This is the first marine terminal in Russia that is equipped for transhipment of hard tropical and vegetable oils.


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    • Kaliningrad Deep-Water Terminal (Baltic Sea, Russia)
    • Kaliningrad Deep-Water Terminal (Baltic Sea, Russia)
    • Kaliningrad Deep-Water Terminal (Baltic Sea, Russia)
    • Kaliningrad Deep-Water Terminal (Baltic Sea, Russia)
    • Kaliningrad Deep-Water Terminal (Baltic Sea, Russia)
    • Kaliningrad Deep-Water Terminal (Baltic Sea, Russia)