Creation of a dry cargo area of ​​the seaport of Taman (federal property)

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Создание сухогрузного района морского порта Тамань (объекты федеральной собственности)

The seaport of Taman is located on the Taman Peninsula in the Temryuk District of the Krasnodar Territory. The port is designed to develop transport and logistics capacities of the Azov-Black Sea basin, create direct access to international trade routes and ensure transport links with the territory of the Republic of Crimea. _one_

PJSC Lengiprotrans took part in the creation of a dry cargo area of ​​the seaport of Taman, with a capacity for transshipment of goods of about 90 million tons per year. The project is included in the federal targeted investment program for 2018 and for the planning period 2019–2020.

The implementation of the object involves 2 stages:
one. Creation of a railway infrastructure providing an approach to the transport crossing through the Kerch Strait from the Taman Peninsula. The project provides for the construction of the Taman-Passenger station, designed to change the traction of transit freight and passenger trains in the direction of the Crimean Peninsula. Upon completion of the construction of this and adjacent facilities, a reliable rail link with the Crimean peninsula will be provided.
two. Facilities of the dry cargo area of ​​the seaport of Taman, including the public railway infrastructure of the Portovaya station, serving the operation of the dry cargo area of ​​the seaport of Taman.

For the first stage, Lengiprotrans in 2015–2016 developed design documentation for the section Taman-Passenger station - the eastern entrance of the transport crossing through the Kerch Strait. In 2017, the project documentation received positive conclusions from the FAU Glavgosexpertiza on the technical part and the reliability of determining the estimated cost.

For the II stage in 2015–2016, Lengiprotrans, as part of the design documentation, carried out pre-design studies for the construction of a Portovaya marshalling station to serve the needs of the dry cargo seaport of Taman in the amount of up to 79.3 million tons.

In the area of ​​the port of Taman, construction of container transshipment complexes is underway, including for transshipment of coal, a terminal for mineral fertilizers and sulfur, a terminal for transshipment of iron ore and iron ore pellets, a complex for transshipment of steel, complexes for transshipment of grain. In the future, Taman should become the largest dry-cargo port on the Black Sea.