Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg
5 Mezhevoy kanal, 198035 St. Petersburg, Russia
Tel.: +7 (812) 714-9927
Largest operator in the Greater Port of Saint-Petersburg
6.9 mln t of cargoes handled in 2017
31 berths with 5.3 km length to 11 m depth
39 gantry cranes with lifting capacity to 40 t
All types of dry cargoes as well as project, heavy-lift and out-of-gauge cargoes

Press-releases

15.05.2019
In the first quarter of 2019, Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg JSC (SP SPb, a company of UCL Holding) handled 1.69 million tonnes of dry cargo, down 10% versus the same period of the previous year. The negative dynamics should be attributed to reduction of metal transshipment. However, handling of other types of general cargo – metal scrap, big-bags, containers and dry bulk cargo — showed an increase.
07.05.2019
In the first quarter of 2019, allocations of Multipurpose Reloading Complex LLC (MRC, a company of UCL Holding) operating at the port of Ust-Luga totaled RUB 76.9 million, up 56% as compared to the same period of the previous year.
07.05.2019
In the first quarter of 2019, Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg JSC (SP SPb, a company of UCL Holding) allocated RUB 165.4 million for implementation of its development programme, 2.4 times as much as in the same period of the previous year.
22.04.2019
The Our Company corporate newspaper published by the Sea Port of St. Petersburg JSC (SP St. Pb, part of UCL Holding) has won in the All-Russian Best Corporate Edition 2018 Award contest, which is conducted by the Journalist Media Group with the support of the Council of the Federation of the Federal Assembly and the Federal Agency on Press and Mass Communications.
15.04.2019
In the first quarter 2019, Training Center of Marine Recruiting Agency (MRA, a company of UCL Holding) trained 248 blue-collar workers including 194 people who completed the programmes of basic professional training and 54 people who completed the programmes of additional professional training. More than a half of the trainees – 129 people – obtained new professions.

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