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AEROC:

Project: At a time when construction materials was in demand in Russia, at the request of the “Aeroс” company we realized the transfer of foam concrete blocks by sea from the port of Kunda using the “Keret” type vessels.

Solution: In this project our company acted as a charterer and agent. In one summer navigation 150000.00 freight tons of cargo were transported on the route Kuanda-St. Petersburg. 62 voyages were made using four vessels of the same type.

Result: All the parts were satisfied with the result. The customer transported his cargo to the Russian port at a favorable rate, the shipowner, the charterer and the agent received an excellent contract.





Polyethylene pipes:

Project: During the construction of the flood-protective complex of the Kronshtadt, the Finland Gulf bottom was deepened and the water supply pipes were shifted. The pipes themselves were delivered by a tugboat with a foreign flag. The length of the pipes raft was more than 600 m and it caused great difficulties for entering the port.

Task: To get the permission of carrying out Immigration and Customs formalities on the territory of the Big Kronshtadt roads, to perform maintenance of the foreign tugboat and handover pipes to the Russian tugboat.

Solution: With the help of the Committee on Transport and Transit policy of the city, the Governor of the city, with the participation of the Baltic customs, permission was obtained to carry out works on the road.

Result: Obtaining the permission was considered as the only right, safe for the port and cost-effective for the client solution, and it was realized. Since the berth cost is directly depends on the length of the tugboat and the pipes raft, it was succeeded to save the client’s money significantly.

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CARGO FOR KIRISHI HYDROELECTRIC POWER STATION:

Project: For the needs of the hydroelectric power plant in Kirishi, 2 pieces (rotor and stator) of oversized, heavy equipment with a total weight of 840 tons were delivered.

Task: To charter the barge, to arrange the loading of equipment and its further transportation to Kirishi.

Solution: The barge “3226” and two river tugs were chartered for this transportation. Loading was organized at the Petrolesport terminal (Saint-Petersburg), then the transportation was carried out.

Result: Due to the bad weather conditions, barge-towing tandems were carried out to the place of discharging using the alternative route, bypassing Ladoga lake, via Novo-Ladoga canal, which allowed to significantly reduce the customer's costs.

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BERKARAR AND BAGTYYAR:

Project: The design and dimensions of project vessels did not allow them to pass through the Volga-Baltic channel to the Caspian sea. The maximum width of the vessel permitted to pass through the gateway was 16.5 metres. The width of the objects was 17.7 meters.

Task: To find a non-standard solution for the passage of those vessels through the inland waterways.

Solution: For the safe passage a special project was developed and coordinated with the shipowner. The idea was to cut the dimensions of the vessels so they can safely passage through inland waterways. Bridges wings, lifeboats, false-pipe and mast with the radars were cut, astronomical deck rails were dismantled. Finally, the passage was agreed with all the authorities.

Result: All the works were executed in extremely short terms - in 4 days. The vessels successfully reached their destination.

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Ust-Luga projects:

During the work in Ust-Luga “Oceanic Maritime Agency” has implemented several complex projects. One of such projects was the shipment of the JSC “Ammonium” plant on the route Antwerp-Ust-Luga-Mendeleevsk, where we acted as the charterer, agent and forwarder in 2012-2014. The overall tonnage was 60000.00 freight tons and 1000.00 units of transport were used for its export in customs transit mode.

In 2016, we implemented a project of delivering reinforced concrete products to the ports of Sweden, where we acted as the agents and forwarders.

In 2017, “Oceanic Maritime Agency” was the agent and forwarder for discharge and delivery of equipment for two new cement production plants in the Leningrad region and in the South of Russia. The equipment included heavyweights from 77 up to 217 tons. Eight-axle railway transporters and specialized vehicles were used for cargo transportation.

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Ferroalloys:

Project: According to the request the goal was to find a terminal and arrange transshipment of export cargo - ferrochrome. At that time, there were no terminals able to handle that work due to the lack of transshipment technology.

Task: To find a terminal and organize the work, to act as a forwarder and an agent.

Solution: The negotiations with the UG-2 terminal were held and as a result - a new scheme of loading was developed. In accordance to the new scheme the transshipment of cargo from the container to the vessels hold was done with the use of the new technological lifting equipment, bypassing the intermediate unloading from the container to the pier.

Result: This scheme has allowed to cut the Principal’s cargo handling expenses. “Oceanic Maritime Agency” carried out forwarding and Agency service.





Topaz-Amur:

Project description: During the building of wellhead pressure assembly, estimated for several years, special vessels transfer heavy-weight modules - from 900 up to 1800 tons each one, following the route through the port of St. Petersburg and then via the inland waterways of Russia to the Caspian sea in Kazakhstan, in customs transit mode.

Task: The first vessel of this project was the "Topaz-Amur", which in 2017 performed through passage via the port of St. Petersburg. We, as subagents, had a complex task to present the vessel to all the supervisory authorities for obtaining permission to follow on inland waterways, including the customs transit procedures for cargo, the inventory and provision supply, arrangement of the instrumental tests for the issuance of sanitary certificate.

Result: As a result of interaction with the classification society, sanitary-quarantine control department, customs and immigration authorities, port administration, including the harbor Master, Volga-Balt administration and other authorities - the permission to follow the inland waterways was received in the shortest possible time cutting ship owners expenses.

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ADSORPTION PIPES:

Project: In November-December of 2017 Oceanic Maritime Agency became a participant of the unique project of ten adsorption pipes transportation from the port of Temruk to the port of Ust-Luga. The pipes were intended for the petroleum gas liquefaction plant. Oceanic acted as «Sovfracht's» agents in the ports of Saint-Petersburg and Ust-Luga and as agent and forwarder in the port of Ust-Luga. The kernel of the project was the method of transportation by RO-RO barge with following rolling out by heavy self-moving transporters of «Kinmark» company. The weight of one adsorption pipe is 218 tons. Two barges were used for this project: the first one with the cargo, the second one as intermediate platform for the rollout.

Task: In terms of near end of the navigation season and significant weather restrictions, we had to respond the situation promptly and arrange the departure of tandems from Saint-Petersburg and their arrival in port of Ust-Luga as soon as possible.

The forwarders task was to organize the cooperative work of port services, cut/grind stoppers, import and install of lodgments, arrangement of port passes the third party equipment involved in the project, to ensure of the cargo departure to destination.

Result: The smooth and regular operations were organized. The process of rolling out and placing the cargo in the port of Ust-Luga was completed within four days.

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OCEANIC Maritime Agency:

Postal address:
185 - 4, Mezhevoy canal, St.Petersburg, Russia, 198035

Office phones:
Agency department:
+7 (812) 680-30-11, +7 (812) 680-30-12
fax: +7 (812) 680-30-13
Accounting department: +7 (812) 251-12-22

Mobile phones:
CEO:
Vintskevich Olga +7 921 932 19 05
Project cargo:
Vintskevich Eduard +7 921 93 219 01
Head of Agency department:
Fedorov Vladimir +7 921 940 07 08

E-mail:
agent@oceanic.org.ru
agent1@oceanic.org.ru
project@oceanic.org.ru
fin@oceanic.org.ru