Saint-Petersburg Port expands its storage facilities
Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg JSC (SP SPb) says a new covered warehouse of 3,600 square meters has been put into service. The new facility is intended for the storage of iron and steel construction products.
SP SPb is able to ensure the best possible conditions for the storage of demanding cold rolled steel with its additional covered storage yards and to provide its customers with new opportunities for ship load accumulation and cargo shipping.
The new facility will help to improve port logistics and, ultimately, improve the efficiency of the business.
“The new storage yard can accommodate about 20,000 tonnes of cold-rolled coils. Now we are seeing the growth of this cargo flow and the port’s current task is to arrange careful storing and protection of this cargo against atmospheric precipitation”, states Andrey Zubarev, Managing Director of SP SPb. In autumn 2020, the company placed into service a multipurpose storage facility of open type for general cargo.
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