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12.08.2013 The Chairman of Petersburg Oil Terminal gave an interview to FORTUNE in August, 2013
The Chairman of Petersburg Oil Terminal gave an interview to FORTUNE in August, 12,2013

27.05.2013 Petersburg Oil Terminal: "Easy to help!"
In May of 2013 The First Channel put on air a program "Good Morning,  Petersburg "  in which a story about a charity action of fund AdVita ("For Life ") and CJSC "POT " was released.

Born in comfort
Petersburg Oil Terminal has bought much-needed equipment and tools to a St. Petersburg maternity clinic. Social responsibility is no longer an exotic thing for Russian companies; sharing one’s money is not scary, not rueful, and not funny. In any community there are people who need help, and there is nothing shameful about it neither for the helping one nor for the accepting one.

Business is responsible to children
Talk to obstetricians, neonatologists, or nurses who take care of delivery. Any professional will say that the birth of a little baby can bring serious difficulties and emergencies. Success certainly depends on the professionals’ skills, but having the right medications, equipment, tools, and drugs is also very important. Unfortunately, many Russian and St. Petersburg hospitals and maternity clinics are not at their best. It seems that funding for healthcare in Russia is provided in a residual manner: the money comes when the government has it. It is no surprise, then, that often there is no money; the government has other needs.

St. Petersburg’s oil artery
By 2007, 15 million tons of oil products will be transshipped in the St. Petersburg sea port. This is the opinion of Igor Teleshev, Director General of CJSC Petersburg Oil Terminal. It means that while St. Petersburg will not be number one on the Baltic Sea in handling such cargoes, but it will be able to compete with its traditional rivals in Finland and in the Baltic States.

Petersburg Oil Terminal: the results of a decade
The management of CJSC Petersburg Oil Terminal has drawn the results of the company’s anniversary year, 2005, at a meeting with journalists. Last year completed the first decade of the currently biggest stevedoring company in the Big St. Petersburg Port and became the most successful stage of its progress. In 2005, CJSC POT transshipped a record amount of oil product ever, 10.8 million tons. This is 16% greater than in 2004 and it is shown that even with growing competition the terminal remains the biggest oil product transshipment facility in the Baltic region, which transships 15% of all the oil products on the Baltic Sea.

Petersburg Oil Terminal after ten years
The Russian Ministry of Transport has designed a program entitled The Development of Transport Services Export in Russia (2006 – 2010). According to this program, exports in the transport sector shall double and reach 13 billion dollars in five years. The Ministry hopes to achieve this breakthrough by concentrating the efforts of the government and business on projects that can bring “a maximum system effect,” as the Minister of Transport Igor Levitin has put it. “These are areas in places of maximum concentration of export, national, and transit cargo traffic. It is about implementation of high-tech infrastructure projects,” he said. This includes modification of the biggest ports.

Petersburg Oil Terminal. Professionalism. Responsibility. Accuracy.
CJSC Petersburg Oil Terminal (POT) is a major Russian oil product transshipment facility in the Baltic region, which transships 15% of all oil products on the Baltic Sea. Time has shown that this private special facility, which was started on June 30, 1995, has become one of the most successful private business projects in the Russian transport sector.

Time is rushing us without mercy
A celebration of the International Museum Day has taken place in the Post Station Keeper’s House in Vyra. The Head of the Department for Government Support of Culture, Art, and Folklore of the Committee on Culture of the Leningrad region, Tatiana Balt, the Director of the region’s Museum Agency, Nadezhda Zhukovskaya, and representatives of the PR service of CJSC Petersburg Oil Terminal, Oxana Malysheva and Anna Mukhina, came to congratulate the museum staff.

A terminal of great opportunities
Oil spills are frequent in the Neva water area, and their liquidation requires significant effort. But few people know how much effort and money is needed to protect St. Petersburg’s main artery from oil slicks. The problem is more serious: are companies ready to be responsible for their business, which unfortunately has a negative effect on the environment of our home region, and how ready are they? We had these questions answered by Petersburg Oil Terminal.

The first tanker with 100 thousand tons deadweight
A tanker with 100 thousand tons deadweight has moored at the St. Petersburg sea port for the first time in history.

An oil product solitaire
In 2006, the results of oil product export via the St. Petersburg port broke the growth dynamics that had been maintained for several years. While in 2005, 15.6 million tons were transshipped via the St. Petersburg port, in 2006, there were just 12.9 million tons. This is a result of the unresolved problem of raising the competitiveness of Russian ports compared to ports of the neighboring Baltic States.

Twelve successful years
Every successful company has its own way to success and its own criteria for its assessment. However, in the European business community, for example, it is considered that an ISO certificate shows perfect organization of business processes at the company at every stage.

New technologies, new records
2007 became another milestone in implementation of the strategic national goal, the symbolic slogan of which is “Russian cargoes to Russian ports!” The good news is that during the whole of last year the Northwest basin was ahead of other Russian port facilities by transshipment volumes and general turnover increase.

Development prospects in crisis times
There is stable demand for Russian oil products even during the global economy crisis. This inspiring conclusion has been confirmed by the results of JV CJSC Petersburg Oil Terminal in 2008 and its cargo turnover in the first two months of 2009.

Oil products: steady growth instead of the expected fall
The global economy crisis has cut the transshipment volume on most Russian sea terminals down dramatically, leaving probably just one type of cargoes, namely, bulk oil. According to the experts, the demand for Russian oil product exports in 2009 will remain on the level of last year and may even exceed the rates of 2008. The ports of the Northwestern region will have to play a special role in this.

Stability makes business stronger
Last year, Petersburg Oil Terminal, one of the biggest stevedoring companies in Russia, beat its own record as it transshipped 12.1 million tons of oil products. The company hopes that the good market conditions and efficient market policy will make it possible to keep these volumes in 2010 and increase them after reconstruction in the future. The Deputy Director General of CJSC POT, Alexander Mikhaylov, told Transport about the company’s business and its cooperation with transport companies.

POT: 15 years on the stevedoring market
In June 2010, Petersburg Oil Terminal, one of the biggest stevedoring companies on the Baltic Sea, will celebrate its 15th anniversary. Time has shown that the idea of a single-purpose terminal in the St. Petersburg sea port has proven to be one of the most successful business projects in the Russian transport sector. Over 15 years, the volumes of oil products transshipped through the port process facilities of CJSC POT increased 12 times, from 1 million tons in 1995 to 12 million tons in 2009.


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