Department of Hubs and Stations

Petrolesport is a container terminal on Volny Island in the seaport Big Port of St. Petersburg.

Lengiprotrans has developed a railway transport project for the Petrolesport terminal with the reconstruction of the Novy Port station of the Oktyabrskaya railway. This was due to the increase in container turnover to the new container terminal "Petrolesport".

The Big Port of St. Petersburg is a large seaport in the North-West of Russia. It is located on the islands of the Neva River delta, in the Neva Bay in the eastern part of the Gulf of Finland of the Baltic Sea.

Lengiprotrans performed design work on the reconstruction of existing and construction of newly created objects of transport infrastructure of the cargo front of non-public railway tracks located on the territory of JSC Container Terminal St. Petersburg at the address: 4th cargo area of ​​the seaport Big Port of St. Petersburg.

The Daugavpils railway junction is a large junction of the Latvian railway that emerged in the second half of the 19th century.

For many years "Lengiprotrans" has participated in the design of the objects of the Daugavpils junction. In 2012, the specialists of the institute prepared pre-design studies for the development of the railway junction.

The ferry service Klaipeda - Mukran (now Sassnitz) connected the ports of the USSR and the GDR through the Baltic Sea.

Klaipeda is a large ice-free port in Lithuania on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. Here the import and export of goods such as oil, coal, timber, metals, cotton, grain is carried out.

On the territory of the port there is an installation for loading coal, a tank farm, port cranes for loading and unloading sea cargo, a shipyard. In the period 1956-1970, the Department of nodes and stations of Lengiprotrans developed a project for the external railway transport of the oil depot.

Trust "Baltmorgidrostroy" was established in 1952 with the aim of restoring damaged sea and commercial ports, ship repair companies in the Baltic region.

In the cities of the Baltic coast (Kaliningrad, Klaipeda, Liepaja, Ventspils, Riga and Tallinn), the trust had its own production bases to provide construction and industrial products for projects under construction. In the port city of Liepaja, the production base SU-426 of Baltmorgidrostroy was located, the expansion project of which was developed by Lengiprotrans in 1992.

The Freeport of Riga is a large port on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea in Latvia. It stretches for 15 km along both banks of the Daugava River within the city of Riga. Navigation is carried out all year round. The main objects of cargo turnover are coal, oil products, timber, fertilizers and container cargo.

In order to increase the cargo turnover of the seaport, Lengiprotrans has developed a project for modeling the operation of the railway tracks of the Rinuzhi terminals of the Freeport of Riga in conjunction with the work of Ziemelblazma station in 2013.

Ventspils is a deep-water ice-free port on the Baltic Sea coast in Latvia. Port terminals handle oil products, liquid chemical products, coal, metal, minerals, timber, grain, containers and other cargo.

In the period 1976-1985, Lengiprotrans developed a project for the external railway transport of the Ventspils Port Plant. In particular, at the Ventspils station, the development of the railway fleet and electrical interlocking were planned.

Bolderaja II is a sorting railway station in Riga, on the Zasulauks - Bolderaja line of the Latvian Railway. Here the sorting of freight cars is carried out in the directions to Bolderaja, Daugavgriva and to the island of Krievu.

The project for the construction of the Bolderaja II station with a connecting track leading to the terminals of Krievu Island was developed by Lengiprotrans in 2013–2014. Thanks to the transfer of cargo terminals from Andrejsala and Eksportosta to the island of Krievu, the center of the Latvian capital was freed from cargo handling operations.

Riga railway junction is the main railway junction in Latvia, connecting the railway with the seaport on the Baltic coast. The most intensive traffic is carried out in the following directions: Riga - Tukums, Riga - Jelgava, Riga - Aizkraukle, Riga - Sigulda.