DVZT
FAR EASTERN GRAIN TERMINAL LLC (DVZT)

info@dvzt.ru
Bulvar Morskoy, 15, Slavyanka pgt,
Khasan rayoun, Primorsky krai
692701, Russia

Far Eastern Grain Terminal company has signed agreements with the administrations of Khasansk district and Zarubino urban settlement

05.10.2017



On 5 September 2017, Far Eastern Grain Terminal company which is implementing the investment project on construction of grain terminal in the seaport Zarubino (Primorsky Krai) signed a cooperation agreement with the authorities of the Khasansk district and Zarubino urban settlement. The document was signed by the CEO of DVZT Natalia Korshunova, head of Khasansk municipal district Sergei Ovchinnikov and head of Zarubino urban city settlement Oleg Napadov.

The agreement constitutes the full and effective collaboration of DVZT and administrations in the implementation of the Specialized Grain terminal in the sea port Zarubino project.

"On the seaside, at the start of development of the future Specialized grain terminal in the seaport Zarubino, the ceremony of signing the agreement just took place. We have reached full understanding and support with the administrations. Our plans for project implementation are going in accordance with the schedule. Now the results of the project documentation are coming. Everything goes according to the plan," commented CEO of DVZT Natalia Korshunova.

The Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev has signed a decree on the expansion of the sea port Zarubino.

The new terminal will be built in the territory located in the North-East direction from the existing boundaries of the port along the coastline of the Bay of Troica. For construction of the terminal the creation of artificial land is assumed. As noted by the Minister for the Development of Russian Far East Alexander Galushka, the project of construction of a Specialized grain terminal in the seaport Zarubino was included in the list of applications selected for inclusion in the state program of the Russian Federation "Socio-economic development of the Far East and the Baikal region".




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