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Taganrog Commercial Sea Port Registers Investment Of 16.3 Million Rubles In 2020

Taganrog Commercial Sea Port registers investment of 16.3 million rubles in 2020

Taganrog, Russia (PortSEurope) February 22, 2021 – In 2020, 16.3 million rubles were allocated for the development of the port infrastructure of Taganrog Commercial Sea Port JSC (TagMTP). Most of the funds were used to modernizing the lighting systems of the port’s warehouses, in particular, replacing fluorescent lamps with more environmentally friendly LED ones. The purchase of a new Topaz-511 fuel dispenser for refueling trucks
with diesel fuel made it possible to reduce the cost of operating equipment and ensure the safety of work. To increase the processing capacity when handling grain cargo, in the reporting period, TagMTP received an RMB truck unloader with a carrying capacity of 100 tons, designed to unload grain from onboard vehicles. In addition, in 2020 TagMTP carried out the replacement of an out-of-date continuous water treatment plant (VUND) of the TKU-0.7 boiler house, which is necessary to ensure reliable and uninterrupted operation of the complex for reloading fuel oil onto ships. In addition, during the specified period, new devices for pre-trip monitoring of the technical condition of vehicles were purchased for the TagMTP car garage. The company purchased an EFFECT-02 brake system efficiency meter, an ISL-M steering angle measuring transducer, an AUTOTEST-01.02 multicomponent gas analyzer, and an IPF-01 headlight meter. In order to carry out the prompt repair of parts of the transshipment equipment, the port also purchased new production equipment – a special high-speed universal screw-cutting lathe, model RT492, designed to perform a variety of turning and screw-cutting operations on ferrous and non-ferrous metals. To carry out work on pressure treatment of various nodes of reloading equipment – pressing / pressing out, TagMTP purchased a hydraulic press with a force of 100 tons. JSC Taganrog Commercial Sea Port is the main stevedore operator of the Taganrog seaport, one of the key sea freight operators in the Azov basin. Source: TagMTP Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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