Saint-Petersburg is the largest industrial and transport center, the marine capital of Russia. The port of Saint-Petersburg is the European gateway of the country, the most important transport link between the East and the West.
JSC “Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg” is the largest operator providing dry cargo transshipment in Saint-Petersburg port and the North-West of Russia. Founded on the base of Leningrad Sea Commercial Port, the enterprise has enjoyed successful development in the market environment.
The number of the port’s employees about one and half thousand people, and each work place in the port generates 7-8 jobs in other industrial branches.
More than 2000 companies from Russia, CIS countries, from far and near abroad choose the Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg company. The main success factors are professional employees, modern technical equipment, high level of cargo handling, convenient location and well-developed infrastructure of the territories.
The thought-out policy of production modernization, new qualified staff, social and informational openness help JSC “Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg” to solve problems of the Russian transport market.
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