The sole shareholder of JSC “Container terminal Saint-Petersburg”  is SP CONTAINER TERMINAL LTD – the joint venture of UCL PORT B.V. (UCL Port) and Terminal Investment Limited S.A. (TIL).

The company invests in and operates  JSC “Container terminal Saint-Petersburg” and other common projects of UCL PORT B.V. (UCL Port) and Terminal Investment Limited S.A. (TIL).

UCL Port consolidates UCL Holding transportation group’s stevedoring companies in the Northwest of Russia (Container terminal Saint-Petersburg, Sea port of Saint-Petersburg, Multipurpose Handling Complex), and Tuapse and Taganrog sea ports in the South.

Wide range of cargoes handled by UCL Port assets includes metals, coal, grain, sugar, as well as oil and oil products. The total area of roofed and open storage facilities is some 700,000 sq.m, and the total length of quays is nearly 10 km. Annual turnover of the Holding's stevedoring assets is over 30 million tons.

UCL HoldingUniversal Cargo Logistics Holding (UCL Holding) is an international transportation group comprising rail freight forwarders, water transportation companies, transshipment facilities in Russian ports, providers of logistics, shipbuilding and cruise travel services.

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Terminal Investment Limited S.A. (TIL) invests in, develops and actively manages container terminals around the world, often in joint ventures with other major terminal operators.

Since its founding in 2000 TIL has grown to become one of the largest and most geographically diverse terminal businesses globally, with material ownership interests in operating terminals and development terminals on five continents.

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Figures & Facts

  • Total area - 76,8 ha
  • 6 quays with total length of 1 161 m
  • 4 dedicated container quays, length– 787,2 m
  • Max draught – 11,4 m
  • Yard capacity – 18 400 TEU
  • Reefer plugs – 1 148
  • Operates 365 days per year


Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg and Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia sign settlement agreement

On 9 July 2018, the 9th Arbitration Court of Appeal approved the settlement agreement between the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia (FAS Russia) and ZAO Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg (CTSP, a company of UCL Holding) in a dispute over antitrust violation.

Restrictions concerning handling of dangerous goods at CTSP during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in July

Restrictions have been imposed on handling of dangerous goods at the facilities of ZAO CTSP during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia (between 25 May 2018 and 25 July 2018).

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