KRU Overseas delivers coal from Russia through different loadports including the largest Russian specialized coal terminals JSC Vostochny Port and Ust-Luga Coal Terminal (JSC Rosterminalugol).
JSC Vostochny Port
JSC Vostochny Port is a state-of-the-art seaport located in the Far East of Russia. It’s annual handling capacity is 29.0 million tonnes. The advanced equipment of Vostochny ensures the highest quality of handling and berthing services for Russian coal mining companies, which export coal to the largest consumers of high quality coal in South Korea, Japan, China, India, Malaysia and other countries of Asia Pacific. The expansion of the Specialized coal terminal will increase the overall annual throughput of the port up to 40.0 million tonnes in 2019.
Ust-Luga Coal Terminal
Ust-Luga Coal Terminal (JSC Rosterminalugol) is a high-tech specialized coal terminal, which handles 25.0 million tonnes per year. Being a part of Ust-Luga seaport, the terminal is located on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea, 130 km from St. Petersburg, Russia. The advantage of the port is the immediate vicinity of European countries, importing high-quality coal from Kuzbass region and other coal basins.