Lomonosov

General information

Name:
Lomonosov
Country:
Russia
UN/Locode:
RULOM
Local time:
Vessels in port:
11
Expected Vessels:
1
Berths:
1
Coordinates:
N 59° 55' E 029° 46'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Cargo Ship
18.08. 16:26
Cargo Ship
18.08. 16:20
Cargo Ship
17.08. 05:48
Cargo Ship
17.08. 03:34
Cargo Ship
16.08. 16:21
Tanker
16.08. 13:26
Cargo Ship
16.08. 06:48
Tanker
16.08. 06:20
Tanker
15.08. 11:46
Cargo Ship
15.08. 07:52

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Cargo Ship
17.08. 16:06
Cargo Ship
17.08. 11:57
Cargo Ship
17.08. 04:22
Tanker
17.08. 00:14
Tanker
16.08. 22:09
Cargo Ship
16.08. 18:40
Tanker
16.08. 17:57
Cargo Ship
16.08. 11:08
Cargo Ship
15.08. 19:57
Tanker
15.08. 18:59

Latest news

Konecranes to Reign at Port of Bronka

Wed Jun 24 09:54:21 CEST 2015 arnekiel

On June 11, 2015 the freighter “Meri” was the first vessel handled in the new Russian Baltic Port of Bronka. She delivered the first three of ten RTG cranes from Konecranes in Finland. Arriving from Hanko in Finland, the Meri was the first merchant ship to transit the new, recently constructed canal providing access to Bronka. It then docked at the already operational Berth 3. Discharge of the three RTG cranes constituted a dress rehearsal for clearance of a vessel at the new terminal in Bronka, in advance of the official start of operations in Bronka in September. Delivered in a state of operational readiness, the RTG cranes rolled ashore from the Meri on their own wheels and will in future be deployed at the Port of Bronka container terminal. A second batch of three RTG cranes will be delivered by Konecranes in mid-August, 2015. Alexei Shukletsov, CEO of the Port of Bronka, said: “We are extremely satisfied with the mutually agreed fitting-out of the RTG cranes ordered from Konecranes, and their punctual delivery. “At our new Port of Bronka, we are installing highly efficient, state-of-the-art equipment. We are convinced that with these RTG cranes from Konecranes, we shall achieve high operating reliability and productivity in container handling at our new multi-purpose port.” http://www.porttechnology.org/news/konecranes_to_reign_at_port_of_bronka

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