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Construction of a transportation and handling terminal in Muchke Bay, Vanino District, Khabarovsk Kray. Railway sidings: Baikal-Amur Mainline, Trans-Siberian Mainline. Process equipment allows for handling at a rate of 6,000 tons per hour, and Panamax type vessels can be loaded for 2-2.5 days. Depths at berths and in the water area make 19.2 m (up to 21 m at the 2nd stage) allow to accommodate ships with deadweight up to 170,000 tons. An irrigation and dust suppression system ensures environmental safety.
Project implementation period: 2012 (design) - 2023 in 2 stages:
Stage 1– First phase construction of the terminal with estimated freight turnover of 12 million tons of coal per year. Start up of construction: 1st quarter of 2013, commissioning: 3rd quarter of 2019;
Stage 2–Second phase construction of the terminal with freight turnover of up to 24 million tons of coal per year. Start up of construction: 1st quarter of 2020, end of construction: 1st quarter of 2023 (subject to essentially limited capability of the Baikal-Amur Mainline, the beginning and end of construction may be pushed back to the 1st quarter of 2022 and the 1st quarter of 2025, respectively)
The project has been ranked among Khabarovsk Kray priority investment projects. An investment agreement for financial support from the Khabarovsk Kray government has been concluded. An investment agreement and a federal subsidy agreement were concluded with the Ministry of Russian Far East Development.
All the required raw stuff and other materials are available.