Moscow Forum: Jan De Nul Representative Discusses Volume of Dredging

The volume of dredging works which should be performed at the seaports of Russia by 2030 is 240 mln cbm, said Dmitriy Reev, Business Development Manager at Jan De Nul, at the Forum of Dredging Companies organized by media-group PortNews.

According to Dmitriy Reev, the volume of dredging operations to be executed at port Sabetta is estimated at 71 mln cbm, deepwater port Arkhangelsk – 50 mln cbm, MMPK Bronka – 30 mln cbm, Kaliningrad Region (cruise terminal) – 15 mln cbm, Vostochny-Nakhodka hub – up to 10 mln cbm, ports of the Black Sea Basin – up to 10 mln cbm.

Jan De Nul representative said that new dredgers and other highly efficient equipment like Jan De Nul’s is required for dredging works of that scale.

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February 12, 2014

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