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The cargo turnover through the SMP «Oktyabrsk» for 7 months closer to the mark of 3 million tons
Aug 05 2016, 11:20

Nikolaev, 05 AUGUST 2016, CONTEXT-Prichernomorie -- In January-July, the total turnover of the companies operating in the specialized sea port «Oktyabrsk», amounted to 2 million 999,03 thousand tons, the correspondent of IA «Context-Prichernomorie» reports.

It was reported to the agency today, August 5, in a press-service of the SE «Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority».

In a press-service reported that according to operational data, the total cargo turnover at the port for 7 months amounted to 2 million 999,03 thousand tons, which was 76% compared to January-July 2015.

Bulk cargoes for 7 months, the port handled 26.33 thousand tons (352.5% to the index of January-July 2015); bulk dry cargo — 2 million 377, 65 thousand tons (81.4%). unitized cargo — 595, 05 thousand tons (58.4%).

REFERENCE: Specialized sea port (SMP) «Oktyabrsk» is located on the left bank of the Dnieper-Bug estuary. Port area of 178.8 hectares. vessels approach the port is carried out on the Dnieper-Bug Limansk channel (BDLC). For loading and unloading operations, and maintenance of marine and river vessels, port has 7 berths with a total length of 1.53 km. The depth and length of the mooring line can accommodate vessels up to 250 meters in length, width is up to 40 m, deadweight is up to 80 thousand tons. Declared sediment in the port is 10.5 m. Processing capacity of SMP is up to 5 million tons of general cargo per year.


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