• The closest multifunctional Russian port to Europe located at the intersection of two transport corridors: North-South (Baltic Sea, Black Sea and Caspian Sea), East-West (Europe-Asia).

  • Year-round operation with a short ice channeling period.

  • Access through a two-way deep-water approach canal.

  • High rate of handling and sufficient space for cargo storage.

  • Highly developed railway infrastructure.

  • Convenient road access bypassing the city traffic.

  • Competitive rates and high client focus.

  • The presence of the port development strategy.