Development of the transhipment complex at the rear of the berths Nos. 34, 35, 36, 37 in Reni seaport

Project
description

Formation in the zone of berths Nos. 34, 35, 36, 37 a berthing line having total length of 443.6 m, and a universal complex for handling cargo in export / import / transit mode.

List of works
to perform

Reconstruction of the transhipment complex existing capacities

Current condition
of the facility

The existing capacity is 1 mln tons per year

Primary technical characteristics

Specialised multipurpose transhipment complex
Open sites’ total area: 6.1 ha
Available simultaneous storage of 200 thousand tons
Number of portal cranes – 6 units (load capacity – 10 tons)
4 r/w lines
R/w cargo loading front 1,100 m
Exit to shallow aquatorium

Berths specification

BerthLengthDepthCargo type
№ 34136,2 m3,6 mBulk, packed by units
№ 3593,7 m3,6 mBulk, packed by units
№ 3690,1 m3,6 mBulk, packed by units
№ 37123,6 m3,6 mBulk, packed by units

Project implementation beneficiaries

Private
investor

Possibility of long-term management of public assets
Possibility to reconstruct existing capacities to increase cargo handling
Benefit from an effective use of existing assets and related infrastructure

State
Enterprise
“Ukrainian
Sea Ports
Authority”

Increased revenues from port duties and other services due to the increase in the number of ship calls to the port

State
Enterprise
“Reni
Commercial
Sea Port”

Operational activity optimisation

State

Increase in revenues coming to budget of different levels (tax payment, concession payments)
Efficient public property management
Sea economy complex development

Other characteristics

Project implementation
cost and other
financial indicators

Determined by design documentation

Project implementation
deadline

2018-2023

Implementation form

Public private partnership, lease or other

Project implementation
interested parties

Ministry of Infrastructure, State Enterprise “Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority”, State Enterprise “Reni Commercial Sea Port”

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