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Container Terminal St. Petersburg invested € 9.1M in development

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A view from the container sector adjacent to the containers berth

In 2017, Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg (CTSP, a company of UCL Holding) spent more than RUB 650 million (EUR 9.1 million) under its development programme.

Of this amount RUB 643.6 million (EUR 9 million) was spent for the purchase of handling equipment, expansion of the fleet of vehicles and modernization of the terminal’s technological equipment.
In 2017, CTSP put into operation three new Konecranes RTG cranes, a Kalmar reach stacker with lifting capacity of 45 tonnes, Kalmar terminal tractors with lifting capacity of 65 tonnes and Toyota fork lift trucks of different capacity. The company also expanded its fleet of load gripping equipment.

Another view from the container sector

Allocations for the development of the terminal’s CCTV and security system and improvement of its IT infrastructure exceeded RUB 13.8 million (EUR 193,900). In particular, the technological transport was fitted with GPS sensors and fuel control sensors, new handling equipment was fitted with FWT units.

A Konecranes rubber tire gantry (RTG) crane moves a shipping container on the dockside at the container terminal operated by JSC Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg

To improve its work with clients and facilitate execution of orders the company expanded the range of services in the part of electronic document management and added more web-services.

In 2017, CTSP retained its leadership among container terminals of Russia through systematic work on developing all aspects of production and business process.

About Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg:
Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg CJSC (a company of UCL Port, stevedoring division of the international transportation group UCL Holding) is a modern container handling facility in the 4th cargo handling area of Big Port St. Petersburg. In 2017, the company handled 643.700 TEUs.

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