Regular container service on Vladivostok-Magadan line has opened since November 2009.
Vladivostok - Magadan line connects Vladivostok port on the north-western coast of the Sea of Okhotsk with Magadan in Siberian North-East.
Vladivostok is one of the biggest ports of Russian Far East, administrative and industrial center of Primorsky region, and one of the biggest Russian Far Eastern towns. Vladivostok is a key station of Russian Far Eastern Railroad as well as terminal point for Trans Siberian Railroad.
Magadan is administrative center of Magadanskaya Oblast’, one of the most outlying (7100 km from the capital) and one of the youngest region centers of Russian Far East. It is situated on the coast of Tauaiskaya bay in the north of the Sea of Okhotsk, on the isthmus connecting the Staritskogo peninsula with the mainland and having outlets to Nagayeva and Gerthnera bays. Magadan is an important center for trade, transportation, regional servicing and procurement. The biggest marine trading port of Russian North-East is located in Nagayeva Bay, which is opened all year round owing to ice-breaker assistance.
The Cargoes Carried:
Vladivostok - Magadan line primarily performs containerized cargo service, including dangerous ones and perishables (in reefer containers) as well as general cargo. The line operates vessels, fully equipped for container transportation. If necessary, vessels of other types can perform hereunder as well. Liner vessels perform either interport service or multimodal transportation by railway and by sea. The line delivers both ordinary container cargoes, and cargoes requiring specific handling, such as hazardous, refrigerated cargoes, autos and heavy duty vehicles, oversized and off-gauge cargoes. Carriage may be arranged in shippers’ containers as well as in SASCO owned containers.
In July 2011 the 50th birth in Vladivostok Sea Container Terminal was detached under long-term partnership agreement between Fishing Port and SASCO to support SASCO liner tonnage on Vladivostok - Magadan and Vladivostok - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy services. This has made possible to reduce handling time of SASCO vessels and to more efficiently allocate warehouse space by accumulating all domestic cargoes at one place.
Schedule can be changed. Confirmed data are available on this page
For more details please contact SASCO liner department:
- Telephone: 7 (42433) 66 179
- Fax: 7(42433) 66123
- SASCO Vladivostok
- Telephone: 7 (4232) 51-96-95
- Fax: 7 (4232) 51-96-95
- e-mail: email@example.com
- “Magadantransservice” (Agent)
- Magadantransagency (Forwarding Agent)
- Telephone: 7 (4132) 642890
- Fax: 7 (4132) 626804
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org