Vladivostok is the largest port of the Pacific coast in Russia. It is spread over the entire Eastern Bosphorus strait, bays shoot out into the shore and a part of Amur bay. Dalzavod-Terminal CJSC is located in the center of Vladivostok city in the ice-free Zolotoy Rog Bay (means Golden Horn). The terminal is a part of Vladivostok port checkpoint; it holds a permit for entrance of vessels under any flag.
Navigation at the port is year-round.
Dalzavod-Terminal CJSC became a part of AVL Holding in 2012.
Total area of Dalzavod-Terminal JSC is 19,900 sq.m. The harbor wall length is 260 meters. Depth near the berth is 11.5 meters; this enables to handle most of the vessels entering the bay. Among our nearest plans is extension of harbor wall line to 400 meters and increasing the territory of the terminal to 23,600 sq.m.
The terminal specializes in container cargoes handling. Warehousing territory and technical facilities enable to stockpile containers in up to 5 layers and allocate 1,440 TEUs simultaneously. Along with container cargoes the terminal can handle loads of various types and complexity: cars, special machinery, heavy load cargo, bulk cargo and all types of general cargoes.
The entire terminal’s territory is included into the permanent customs control zone.