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The first terminal of Ilyichivsk port passed to processing fleet with three production lines
Feb 17 2015, 01:24

ODESSA, FEBRUARY 17th, 2015, CONTEXT-PRICHERNOMORIE — The first terminal of Ilyichivsk Commercial Sea Port has moved to more intensive handling of the fleet — three production lines, Context-Prichernomorie correspondent reports.

The press service of the Administration of the Ilyichivsk Sea Port noted today, 17 February.

According to the information, due to the increased volumes of imported goods, the appropriate fleet will be handled by three production lines. This will significantly increase the productivity and speed of handling.

As of the morning of February 11 terminal has processed 74 thousand tons of cargo. Among the main bulk cargo nomenclatures: pellet, limestone, iron, manganese ore.

According to the Head of the terminal Yuri Rasovsky in February at the plan of 255 thousand tons, terminal staff plans to process 320-330 thousand tons of export-import cargoes.

The largest volumes in February plans to achieve in the processing of pellets — 170 thousand tons and iron — 50 thousand tons and import cargoes: limestone — 80 thousand tons and manganese ore in the amount of 30-35 thousand tons.

The productivity of handling at the terminal after a recent renovation of 4 container loaders by the company “Kone” significantly increased.

A good tool to work on a new storage area will become a bucket loader “Komatsu”, recently acquired by the port. Currently, it is actively used during cargo operations in the warehouse and fleet management.

The results of a positive impact will be seen on the financial figures of the terminal, as well as the possibility of financial incentives to all participants in the production process.


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