Transportation from Russia’s northern ports to the Far North areas

The vessels of Volga Shipping performs round-the-year transportation of cargo (mostly metal and timber) from the ports of Murmansk and Arkhangelsk to the ports of Norway, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, the Great Britain and Spain.

During the navigation period on the Northern Sea Route, from July to October, the vessels of Volga Shipping carry general and dry bulk cargo to the ports on the shelf of the Kara and Barents seas for construction of oil and gas production facilities and for development of the populated area infrastructure.

For cargo transportation in severe climate of the Far North the company deploys seagoing ships of Project DCV36 (the lead ship is Amethyst) featuring high endurance and high ice class. With their draft, they can easily pass shallow waters and enter estuary harbors.

Between 2008 and 2015, Volga Shipping’s ships transported more than 420,000 tonnes of cargo by the Northern Sea Route to Varandey, Yaro-Yakha and Sabetta ports as well as to the Novaya Zemlya island.

The shipping company has an extensive experience of cargo delivery by the Northern Sea Route to the ports of Western Siberia by river-sea vessels and articulated tug-barge units. Volga Shipping used to deliver reactors, columns and other unique equipment for oil refining industry of Tobolsk and Omsk from Russian and foreign seaports as well as from the Don and Volga river ports.

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