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EuroChem Builds Terminal to Ship Fertilizers Via the Baltic Sea

3:16 AM MDT | July 22, 2010 | Natasha Alperowicz

EuroChem (Moscow), Russia's largest producer of fertilizers and among the top global players, has completed pre-design work for a planned bulk terminal at the port of Ust-Luga, St Petersburg region, Russia, which will be used to export fertilizers via the Baltic Sea. The terminal will be located on reclaimed land in the northern part of the Ust-Luga port and have capacity for approximately 5 million m.t./year. The terminal will comprise three berths with a total length of 682 meters and two warehouses with storage capacity of up to 340,000 m.t. of mineral...

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