Terminal Seroglazka was awarded as one of the best investors in Kamchatka

27 December 2017

The Investor 2017 Awards were given to the winners for the first time in Kamchatka in Russia. Terminal Seroglazka (Norebo Group) with its large-scale project to increase coldstore and logistic facilities for fishery products is among the winners of the Investor 2017 Awards.

Kamchatka has established a special award for investors that contribute to economic development of the region and implement projects within strategically important fields. “I believe that such achievements shall be recognized not only with our rewards but they shall also receive real supportive measures,” stressed the governor of Kamchatka Vladimir Ilukhin.

The Investor 2017 Awards were handed to the winners at the festive reception of Kamchatka Governor. Terminal Seroglazka LLC is among the winners, told the Press Service of Kamchatka Government to Fishnews.

Terminal Seroglazka LLC (a part of Norebo Group) is a resident of free zone in Kamchatka. The opportunities of this special business regime zone will be used by the company to create a large and modern logistic centre.

The new marine coldstore terminal shall become a key element for effective supply of cargo to the ports of Asia, Europe and the USA through the North-East passage. The total investment will be about 876 million RUB (15 million USD) and new advanced technologies will be used at this logistic centre, the company’s spokesman told Fishnews.

The project includes construction of coldstore facilities for 15 000 tonnes of products and quays for accumulation of up to 300 refrigerating containers at a time.

The terminal will provide services according to “one-window” principle in order to reduce bureaucracy. The shipment of fishery products will be organized directly to the port of destination without any transhipment in Vladivostok. Next year Terminal Seroglazka will offer its clients a regular shipping line Dutch Harbor (the USA) – Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (Russia) – Yokohama (Japan).

It is expected that terminal Seroglazka shall handle 300 – 350 thousand tonnes of fishery products a year.

Source: Fishnews