THE PORT OF POSIET (Primorsky Krai). According to the Federal state budgetary institution “AMP of Primorsky Krai and Eastern Arctic”, cargo transshipment at the port has overcome the “pandemic failure” of the first two quarters and is growing at a faster pace
According to the service of the captain of the seaport of Posyet – a branch of the specified fsbi, despite the reduction in transshipment volumes in the first and second quarter of 2020 (for 6 months, cargo turnover amounted to 2.6 million tons, which is 9% less than the same period in 2019), since the beginning of the 3rd quarter, JSC “Commercial port of Posyet” continues to increase cargo turnover.
The volume of transshipment in July amounted to 597 thousand tons, which is 16% more than the same month last year. August ended with an increase of 19%.
The total volume of transshipment in 2020, according to forecasts of JSC “Commercial port of Posyet”, will be more than 6 million tons, which will exceed the indicators of transshipment of coal products in the seaport of Posyet over the past 3 years.
The southernmost port of the Russian Far East – the seaport of Posyet-accepts bulk carriers, tankers, fishing and dry cargo vessels under the flags of the Russian Federation, Panama, the Republic of Korea, Liberia, Hong Kong, the Marshall Islands, Malta, Belize, Sierra Leone, and Singapore.
Exported through the port of coal supplied to consumers in Japan, South Korea, China, Myanmar, Indonesia and India; mineral oil, Republic of Korea; fish products to Japan, Korea, China; scrap metal in the Republic of Korea and the PRC; sawn timber to Japan.
Fishing vessels from the Slavyanka sea terminal of the Posyet sea port are sent to the seaports of Sakhalin and the Kamchatka territory.
The port has a great potential for development. The convenient, naturally protected Slavyansky Bay, sufficient depth on the approaches and inside the Bay, and the existing port infrastructure create a competitive base for further development of cargo transportation, storage, processing, and loading capacities for international, regional, and local projects.