Port Infrastructure Facilities

     The FSUE "Rosmorport" Azov Basin Branch disposes of a wide range of coastal port infrastructure facilities necessary to conduct the major activities of the branch stipulated in the Statute on the FSUE "Rosmorport" Azov Basin Branch.

     As of 01.04.2016 the 122 stationary property facilities of different functional purposes located in the seaports of Azov, Rostov-on-Don, and Taganrog, comprise:

  • hydraulic engineering structures (berths, piers, bulwarks, wavebreakers, coastal protective structures, etc.) – 24 facilities, including: 
– Azov Seaport – 8 facilities;
– Rostov-on-Don Seaport – 3 facilities;
– Taganrog Seaport – 13 facilities;
  • underwater hydraulic engineering structures (water areas, entering, approaching and offtake canals) – 2 facilities, including:
– Azov Seaport – 1 facility;
– Taganrog Seaport – 1 facility;
  • buildings and premises (administrative, production, welfare, etc.) – 28 facilities, including:
– Azov Seaport – 9 facilities;
– Taganrog Seaport – 19 facilities;
  • constructions (auxiliary, warehouse, industrial and other structures, territory coverages) – 43 objects, including:
– Azov Seaport – 11 facilities;
– Rostov-on-Don Seaport – 2 facilities;
– Taganrog Seaport – 30 facilities;
  • structures (Global maritime distress and safety system facilities, navigational devices, etc.) – 25 facilities, including:
– Azov Seaport – 25 facilities;
– Rostov-on-Don Seaport – 1 facilities;
– Taganrog Seaport – 9 facilities.

 

     Most part of the hydraulic engineering structures of the branch are berths – 14 facilities, or 63,6%, including:

– Azov Seaport – 3 facilities;
– Rostov-on-Don Seaport – 3 facilities;
– Taganrog Seaport – 8 facilities,
     which makes 11 %, 5.4 % and 72,7 % of the total number of berths in the corresponding seaports.
     The total length of the berth wall of the Azov Basin Branch berths is almost 4.3 km including:
– Azov Seaport – almost 0.9 km;
– Rostov-on-Don Seaport – almost 2.1 km;
– Taganrog Seaport – almost 1.3 km,
     which makes 21.3 %, 23 % and 75.4 % of the total berth wall length of the berthing structures in the corresponding seaports.
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