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PJSC Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port (PJSC NCSP)


About the company

Port area: – 95,9 hectares.

44 berths with total length of 9,39 km.

Depth at berths: 4,5 to 24,5 m.

Storage area:

- 16,153 hectares open yards;

- 5,912  hectares covered area;

-0,416 hectares refrigerated storage

14  mobile cranes with capacity of 45 to 104 tonnes.

54 portal cranes with capacity of 5 to 63 tonnes.

overhead crane with capacity of 5 tonnes.



The company provides a full range of stevedoring services. The company specializes in handling crude oil and oil products, ferrous metals, grain, iron ore products and containers.


Operations in 2011(not including data for IPP and NGT, which use NCSP dock infrastructure)

NCSP’s cargo turnover grew 0.7% to 65.8 million tonnes in 2011. Growth was driven primarily by container cargo, grain and iron ore products.

The company handled 1.6 million tonnes of container cargo in 2011, 24.1% more than in 2010.

Growth in twenty-foot equivalent units was even stronger, surging 46.6% to 169,200 TEU. These figures far outstripped the growth of container turnover in the industry, where volume was up 19.8% in tonnes and 28.5% in TEU.

Monthly grain transshipments increased in 2011, enabling NCSP to increase turnover by 4.6% in 2011 despite the longer period of downtime for grain facilities due to the export ban. Volume of grain handled by the company peaked at 516,700 tonnes in September, and total grain turnover for the year rose to 2.5 million tonnes from 2.3 million tonnes in 2010.

Transshipment of iron ore jumped 28.1% to 2.9 million tonnes, demonstrating the strongest growth in turnover among all types of cargo.

The company also handled 2.9% more crude oil, and 1.2% more chemical cargo. NCSP resumed handling of cement in mid-2011, and loaded 27,200 tonnes in June-December.

Other key cargos saw a decline in volume, with turnover dropping 20.2% for oil products, 4.3% for ferrous metals and pig iron, and 5% for sugar.

The structure of NCSP cargo turnover did not see major changes in the course of the year. The key types of cargo in recent years have continued to be crude oil and oil products, ferrous metals and pig iron, grain, iron ore and mineral fertilizers. Crude oil as a share of cargo turnover rose 1.4 percentage points in 2011, iron ore products rose 0.9 percentage points  and containers were up 0.4 percentage points, while oil products dropped 2.3 percentage points, and ferrous metals and pig iron decreased by 0.4

percentage points.

A total of 2,502 ships called at NCSP in 2011 (not including NGT and IPP).

LLC Primorsk Trade Port

About the company

Area of terminal owned by company: 54 hectares

Six berths for liquid cargo: 2 berths owned by company, 4 berths leased

Minimum depth at oil and oil product loading berths Nos. 1-4: 17.8 m (Baltic System of Heights)

Maximum tonnage of oil and oil product tankers: 150,000 tonnes (restriction for Danish straits)


PTP specializes in handling crude oil and oil products bound for export markets. The company also provides traffic control, mooring, environmental protection, Oil Spill Response Plan (LARN) compliance, fire safety, towing support, and fuel and stores supply services.

PJSC Novorossiysk Grain

Terminal (PJSC NGT)


About the company

Terminal area: 7.049 hectares

Grain is loaded at two berths of PJSC NCSP’s No. 3 Dock with a total length of 380 m

Maximum depth at berths: 13.3 m

Maximum ship tonnage: 63,000 tonnes

Grain storage: 14 silos with total capacity of 120,000 tonnes

Two grain loading machines with capacity of 800 tonnes per hour each


The company specializes in grains (wheat, barley) and oilseeds. NGT has the fastest grain loading terminal on the Black Sea.

OJSC Novorossiysk Shipyard



30 hectares

Maximum ship tonnage: 65,000-70,000 tonnes for cargo transfer; 200,000 tonnes for ship repair 10 berths with total length of more than 1.7 km

Depth at berths: 4.5 m to 11.3 m

Storage area: over 60,000 mopen, 7,000 mcovered

Seven mobile cranes with capacity of 14 to 36 tonnes; fi ve overhead cranes with capacity of 30 to 32 tonnes; two gantry cranes with capacity of 30 to 50 tonnes; and 11 portal cranes with capacity of 20 to 40 tonnes


NSRZ is the largest ship repair yard in southern Russia, offering a broad range of ship repair services.

However, it also has considerable cargo handling facilities with a specialization in transshipment of ferrous metals.

PJSC Fleet of NCSP


About the company

NCSP Fleet has 47 ships:

• 24 tugboats with capacity of 208 to 5,712 hp

• One Mars fire boat

• Six oil and oil products bunkering vessels with capacity of 250 to 3,000 tonnes

• Two water carriers

• 14 auxiliary vessels (environmental protection, bilge water collectors, passenger ships, pilot boats, a specialized vessel)


NCSP Fleet is the largest private towing and tugboat company in Russia, offering a full range of fleet services, including tug and towing services, bunkerage of fuel, oil and water, fire and environmental protection services.


OJSC Novoroslesexport



About the company

Port area (including berths): 59.92 hectares, including:

• timber terminal (including berths): 42.53 hectares

• container terminal: 16.77 hectares

Harborage area: 15.3 hectares 11 berths with total length of 1.3728 km

Depth at berths: 6.5 m to 13.9 m

Maximum ship tonnage: 56,000 tonnes

Storage area: 438,340 mopen yards; 15,070 mcovered area; 5,600 mrefrigerated storage

Two STS cranes with capacity of 42 tonnes; one RMG crane with capacity of 41 tonnes; two RTG cranes with capacity of 41 tonnes; three mobile cranes with capacity of 36 to 104 tonnes; 6 overhead cranes with capacity of 12.5 tonnes; 4 gantry cranes with capacity of 10 tonnes; and 13 portal cranes with capacity of 5 to 20 tonnes


The company specializes in containers and timber. It provides cargo storage, container packing and unpacking, and freight forwarding services.




Port area: 9.9 hectares

Access to 3 berths controlled by PJSC NCSP, with lengths of 369.4 m, 339 m and 165 m

Maximum depth at berths: 13.2 m, 12.2 m and 4.9 m

Maximum ship tonnage: 50,050 tonnes, 38,300 tonnes and 6,310 tonnes

13 tanks with total capacity of 123,000 cubic meters, including:

• 8 tanks for diesel fuel storage with capacity of 87,000 cubic meters

• 2 tanks for liquid fertilizer (UAN) with capacity of 25,000 cubic meters

• 2 tanks for bunkering fuel oil with capacity of 10,000 cubic meters

• 1 tank for bunkering diesel fuel with capacity of 1,000 cubic meters


The company specializes in oil products and liquid fertilizers (UAN). It also sells and loads bunkering fuel.


LLC Baltic Stevedore Company


About the company

Port area: 3.6 hectares

One berth with length of 205 m

Maximum depth at berth: 9.7 m

Maximum ship tonnage: 20,000 tonnes

Open storage area: 3.2 hectares

Three mobile cranes with capacity of 104 tonnes; six RTG cranes with capacity of 40 tonnes


BSC specializes in container transshipments.

Two container lines operate at the container terminal in Baltiysk:

• Maersk. Ports of call: Bremerhaven (Germany) – Baltiysk – Gdansk (Poland) – Kotka (Finland) – Bremerhaven (Germany)

• MSC (Mediterranean Shipping Company). Ports of call: Antwerp – Bremerhaven (Germany) – Baltiysk – Rauma (Finland) - Antwerp

Novorossiysk Fuel Oil Terminal LLC (NFT LLC)

General information about the company:

Area of the terminal:

Area within the fence - 7.90 hectares

Area of buildings- 32,655 m2

Volume of the tank farm - 82,000 m3

Number of tanks - 5 pcs.

Rated capacity of tanks:

1 - 15 000 m3

2 - 15000m3

3 - 15 000 m3

4 - 37 000 m3

5 - 37 000 m3 (emergency)

Unloading two-way railroad overpass:

№ 1 - 60 tank cars

№ 2 - 48 tank cars

The route to the port:

The length - 377 m


The acceptance, temporary storage, the accumulation of consignments and dispatch to the port.